TurnKey Linux Virtual Appliance Library

New TurnKey Drupal 6 version (12.1)

Thu, 2013/06/06 - 16:58

Changes:

  • Drupal6:
    • Latest version of Drush is now installed via pear at build time.
    • Latest versions of modules are now installed via Drush.
    • Increased php cli memory limit for drush (LP#1048443).
  • Added phpsh (interative shell for PHP) and php5-cli (generically useful).
  • Upstream source component versions: ckeditor 4.0.2
  • Note: Please refer to turnkey-core's changelog for changes common to all appliances. Here we only describe changes specific to this appliance.

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New TurnKey Drupal 6 version (12.0)

Thu, 2012/08/30 - 10:24

Changes:

  • Drupal6:
    • Upgraded to latest upstream package.
    • Upgraded all modules.
    • Bugfix: Replaced install_redirect hack (LP#986142).

Major component versions

drupal6 6.18-1squeeze1
drush 6.x-3.3 (upstream archive)
apache2 2.2.16-6+squeeze7
mysql-server 5.1.63-0+squeeze1
phpmyadmin 4:3.3.7-7

Note: Please refer to turnkey-core's changelog for changes common to all appliances. Here we only describe changes specific to this appliance.

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New TurnKey Drupal 6 version (11.3)

Tue, 2011/12/06 - 10:18

Changes:

  • Installed security updates.
  • Enabled etckeeper garbage collection by default.
  • Upgraded to latest inithooks version (adhoc re-initialization via turnkey-init)
  • VMWare build: run vmware-config-tools.pl on first boot
  • Amazon EC2 EBS build: support resizing of root filesystem

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New TurnKey Drupal 6 version (11.2)

Tue, 2011/08/02 - 11:29

Changes:

  • Fixed bug in Drupal installation process triggered by an Ubuntu security update
  • Built-in support for TurnKey domain management and dynamic DNS configuration, powered by Amazon Route 53, a robust cloud DNS service: http://www.turnkeylinux.org/dns
  • Pre-installed all available security updates (see manifest for package versions)

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New TurnKey Drupal 6 version (11.1)

Thu, 2011/01/27 - 14:15

Changes:

  • Drupal6:
    • Upgraded all modules.
    • Replaced FCKeditor with CKeditor (backend installed in sites/all/libraries).
    • Installed Drush, preconfigured /etc/drush/drush.php and Table.php for offline usage.
    • Added convenience symlinks: /var/www/{webroot, config}.
    • Added TKLBAM overrides.
  • Set MySQL root password on firstboot (convenience, security).
  • Force MySQL to use Unicode/UTF8.
  • Added php-xcache PHP opcode cacher / optimizer (performance).
  • Set postfix MTA myhostname to localhost (bugfix).
  • Enabled tracking in PHPMyAdmin.
  • Set ownership of modules and libraries to root (bugfix).

Major component versions

drupal6 6.16-1
mysql-server 5.1.41-3ubuntu12.8
apache2 2.2.14-5ubuntu8.4
phpmyadmin 4:3.3.2-1

Note: Please refer to turnkey-core's changelog for changes common to all appliances. Here we only describe changes specific to this appliance.

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New TurnKey Drupal 6 version (2009.10-2)

Wed, 2010/04/14 - 09:15

Changes:

  • Installed all security updates (see manifest for package versions).
  • Install security updates on firstboot (except when running live).
  • Bugfix: Updated apt preferences for auto-security updates (LP#550307).
  • Trick webmin into not checking for upgrades (managed by apt).
  • Updated di-live mysql mechanism and secret regeneration.
  • Included latest version of inithooks and updated scripts.
  • Included wget as per common request.

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New TurnKey Drupal 6 version (2009.10)

Fri, 2009/10/23 - 16:35

Changes:

  • Upgraded to Drupal 6.14
  • Upgraded previously included modules to latest stable versions.
  • Added extra useful/popular modules:
    • devel
    • moduleinfo
    • advanced help
    • backup and migrate
    • imce
    • panels
    • imagecache
    • transliteration
  • PHPMyAdmin improvements:
    • Added pmadb (linked tables) advanced features to PHPMyAdmin (LP#426303).
    • Pinned PHPMyAdmin to update directly from Debian (security).
  • di-live (installer) MySQL component:
    • Added support for complex passwords (LP#416515).
    • Added CLI options (user/pass/query/chroot).
  • Bugfix: Removed build systems hostname from mysql user table.
  • Bugfix: Configure cron script in /etc (survive upgrades).
  • Bugfix: Use of dpkg-statoverride (survive upgrades).
  • Bugfix: Removed build systems hostname from MySQL user table.
  • Regenerates all secrets during installation / firstboot (security).

Major component versions

drupal6 6.14-1
mysql-server 5.0.51a-3ubuntu5.4
apache2 2.2.8-1ubuntu0.11
phpmyadmin 2.11.8.1-5+lenny1

Note: Please refer to turnkey-core's changelog for changes common to all appliances. Here we only describe changes specific to this appliance.

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Drupal 6.12-1.1 package available

Thu, 2009/08/27 - 16:12

We have just finished successfully testing the Debian drupal6 6.12-1.1 package on the 2009.06 release, and have updated our package archive to include it.

Drupal 6.12-1.1 is considered a security release by Debian, but requires a manual database schema upgrade, so appliances will not upgrade automatically for stability reasons. We highly urge you to upgrade as soon as possible:

apt-get update
apt-get install drupal6

Note: This upgrade requires a database schema update, so after installation, follow the instructions at http://appliance_ip/update.php

Drupal 6.12 package available

Tue, 2009/06/23 - 17:17

We have just finished successfully testing the Debian drupal6 6.12-1 package on the 2009.03 release, and have updated our package archive to include it.

Drupal 6.12 is not considered a security release by Debian per say, but does include previous security fixes for a cross-site-script (XSS) vulnerability, as well as other maintenance. Those interested in upgrading should do so manually:

apt-get update
apt-get install drupal6

Note: This upgrade requires a database schema update, so after installation, follow the instructions at http://appliance_ip/update.php

Enjoy!

Drupal6 6.11 package available

Tue, 2009/05/05 - 14:47

We have just finished successfully testing the Debian drupal6 6.11-1 package on the 2009.03 release, and have updated our package archive to include it.

Drupal 6.11 is not considered a security release by Debian, but does fix a cross-site-script (XSS) vulnerability, as well as other maintenance and performance issues. Those interested in upgrading should do so manually:

apt-get update
apt-get install drupal6

Note: This upgrade requires a database schema update, so after installation, follow the instructions at http://appliance_ip/update.php

Enjoy!