newLog /~username bandwidth
Once you've updated to this version of DA, you'll need to make some changes to your httpd.conf file in order for this to take effect:
- Disable UserDir by running:
perl -pi -e 's/UserDir public_html/UserDir disabled/' /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
- Setup /~username to be accessed only via your server IP or hostname:
1. edit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf 2. go to the bottom of the file and make the 2 virtualhosts look like this:
LogFormat "%b "%r"" homedir
The default site for the server:
<VirtualHost 192.168.0.2:80> ServerAdmin email@example.com AliasMatch ^/~(\[^/\]+)(/.*)* /home/$1/public_html$2 DocumentRoot /var/www/html ServerName localhost ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /var/www/cgi-bin/ CustomLog /var/log/httpd/homedir.log homedir </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost 192.168.0.2:443> ServerName localhost ServerAdmin firstname.lastname@example.org AliasMatch ^/~(\[^/\]+)(/.*)* /home/$1/public_html$2 DocumentRoot /var/www/html ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /var/www/cgi-bin/ SSLEngine on SSLCertificateFile /etc/httpd/conf/ssl.crt/server.crt SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/httpd/conf/ssl.key/server.key CustomLog /var/log/httpd/homedir.log homedir </VirtualHost>
Note that you need to add the Logformat as well. You will only need to insert 5 newlines of code... the logformat, 2 AliasMatch lines and 2 CustomLog lines.
The rest is handled by DA.
To force DA to parse the log and dump the bandwidth into the user's bandwidth.tally files, just run:
echo "action=bandwidth&value=homedir" >>/usr/local/directadmin/data/task.queue
Added LANG_ENCODING=iso-8859-1 to the lt_standard.html file. Then in header.html, use:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=|LANG_ENCODING|">
newAutoforward to https if http is used when SSL is on.
If ssl is being used with DirectAdmin but the user only uses http in his/her browser, DirectAdmin will send an https Location header to the client, instead of silently dying. It will be forwarded to:
Since no data could be transferred yet, DirectAdmin will not know which domain was used, or which GET requst, so that's all that can be done.
newPlugin Feature for plugin designers
If a plugin file is used, but the user doesn't have access to it, a simple http header can be sent back with the file. If da sees the following code, then it will output the file to the screen instead of download the file. It must be a text file if this is used:
use exactly as shown and include the text as a standard text file. (will be inserted html). The plugin.tar.gz file will not be deleted, but the same file can be downloaded again, and will just overwrite the previous one.
newadd the site-helper links and images to the lang files, also files_custom.conf (SKINS)
Since there is text in some of the images, set the images in the languages files.
Also, set the link to site-helper.com to be set in the languages files as well.
You can now change the user,reseller and admin site-helper links by setting them in your directadmin.conf file:
user_helper=www.site-helper.com reseller_helper=reseller.site-helper.com admin_helper=admin.site-helper.com
The values will be replaced in the skins by the following tokens:
USER_HELPER RESELLER_HELPER ADMIN_HELPER
For the images, if you want to use a different images with the language packs, see this link: http://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=35
files_custom.conf can now be used along side all other files of the same type (files_user.conf, files_reseller.conf and files_admin.conf). What this new type will do is override all of the other files if a skin designer wishes to permanently add an image tag without worrying about skin updates removing it. With that said, skin designers must not include it in their skins package. All tag additions must be made in place by the installer.
One example use of the files_custom.conf file is to add your own header to the directadmin skins and be able to allow updates without destroying your changes. You'd simply add:
to the files_custom.conf file and voila, you'll have header_new.gif being displayed instead. (otherwise known and branding)
rewrite all dns files with the named.db file. (The dns_*.conf files are not used because they are just for new zones.)
echo "action=rewrite&value=named" >> /usr/local/directadmin/data/task.queue
Added support for spf records in dns zone files.
Done by adding:
|DOMAIN|. IN TXT "v=spf1 -all"
to the bottom of the named.db template. You'll need this version to access the
fixedCount items during tally
Count items such as databases and subdomains during the nightly tally. Currently, it only counts them when added/removed through DA so restore won't change the number.
Workaround: add/remove a test item through DA and the number will be corrected.
/usr/lib/sendmail to /usr/sbin/sendmail
/usr/tmp to /tmp
in the /usr/local/directadmin/data/templates/majordomo.cf
fixedsubdomain bandwidth stats in scientific notation
This has already been fixed, just adding it to the bugs section so we stop getting emails about it 😃
fixedMessage all users timesout when selecting too many users
Forked the directadmin process to send the messages in the background.
fixedSet the host for mysql to the correct IP when using a remote MySQL server
Currently, when using a remote mysql server, the "host" value is still set to use "localhost". With this addition, if the connection doesn't go to localhost, the IP of the server will also be added as an access host.
Current workaround: add an access host to allow the connections.
Also show the actual mysql connection value once the database is created. "localhost" is not correct for remote mysql servers.
fixedlanguage file for show_domain.html (SKINS)
It was missed during translation. Already uploaded in the directadmin.com/enhanced.tar.gz file.
fixedadd php tags to php code in the skins
change <? to <?php
fixedDNS read bug
When a dns zone was being read, it wasn't being null terminated, thus causing the string parser to fly off the end of the char array, genrating a segfault. Most systems don't seem to be affected because the OS initializes the arrays to null when they are created, but the freebsd 4.x's don't seem to do that, thus exposing the error.