[BlueOnyx:17003] Re: BlueOnyx 5209R BETA released

Gregg K greggk1 at cox.net
Sat Feb 7 20:09:17 PET 2015


I decided to test this on a virtual machine. It loaded fine, it looks like
everything installed properly.
When I loaded the admserv the first time to set it up, I get the following
error.

A PHP Error was encountered

Severity: 4096

Message: Object of class CceError could not be converted to string

Filename: controllers/wizard.php

Line Number: 1399


A PHP Error was encountered

Severity: 4096

Message: Object of class CceError could not be converted to string

Filename: controllers/wizard.php

Line Number: 1399

This is repeated over and over, and at the bottom there is the license
agreement.
Is this normal? Or should I try to reinstall the system.

Gregg

> -----Original Message-----
> From: blueonyx-bounces at mail.blueonyx.it [mailto:blueonyx-
> bounces at mail.blueonyx.it] On Behalf Of Michael Stauber
> Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2015 9:18 PM
> To: BlueOnyx General Mailing List
> Subject: [BlueOnyx:16958] BlueOnyx 5209R BETA released
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> BlueOnyx 5209R on CentOS 7 has been released today as BETA version.
> 
> The HTML version of this message is available here:
> 
> http://www.blueonyx.it/index.php?mact=News,cntnt01,detail,0&cntnt01artic
> leid=183&cntnt01origid=15&cntnt01pagelimit=4&cntnt01returnid=54
> 
> Several months of development have wrapped up today with the BETA relase
> of BlueOnyx 5209R on CentOS 7.
> 
> An ISO image and an Aventurin{e}/OpenVZ OS template are available at the
> usual download locations. A how-to for a manual install of BlueOnyx
> 5209R is also available.
> 
> The BlueOnyx Live Demo has also been updated to BlueOnyx 5209R.
> 
> BlueOnyx 5209R is only available as a 64-bit version, as CentOS 7 also
> is only available for 64-bit.
> 
> The OS contains the main daemons and services in the following versions:
> 
>     Apache 2.4.6
>     PHP-5.4.16
>     MariaDB 5.5.40 (instead of MySQL)
>     Sendmail 8.14.7
>     Dovecot 2.2.10
>     Mailman 2.1.15
>     ProFTPd 1.3.5
>     OpenSSH 6.4p1
>     OpenSSL 1.0.1e
>     Bind 9.9.4
> 
> BlueOnyx 5209R uses the same (new) Chorizo GUI that was introduced with
> BlueOnyx 5207R and 5208R. However, the GUI has been extended with
> several new features and detail enhancements. Some of them will
> eventually flow back into 5207R and 5208R.
> 
> New PHP implementations:
> 
> In the past BlueOnyx supported two methods of how PHP could be activate
> for virtual sites:
> 
>    - PHP (DSO - via the Apache 2 handler)
>    - suPHP
> 
> This has been extended to the following options:
> 
>    - PHP (DSO)
>    ============
> 
>     This option provides PHP through libphp5.so, which is also known as
> mod_php. This option is usually the fastest way to execute PHP requests.
> However, this option uses the apache system user to serve all PHP
> requests. This can create problems when PHP scripts create files and
> folders, as they will then be owned by apache, too.
> 
>    - suPHP
>    ========
> 
>     This option provides PHP through mod_suphp. It is a very flexible
> and secure way to serve PHP requests. If you select suPHP, then the PHP
> scripts will run with the UID and GID of the owner of the virtual site.
> 
>    - PHP (DSO) + mod_ruid2
>    ========================
> 
>     This option provides PHP through libphp5.so and the Apache module
> mod_ruid2.so. This option is usually the fastest way to execute PHP
> requests in a secure fashion. The extra module mod_ruid2 will run the
> PHP scripts with the UID and GID of the owner of the virtual site.
> 
>    - FPM/FastCGI
>    ==============
> 
>     This option provides PHP through PHP-FPM and mod_fcgid. This is a
> fast and secure way to serve PHP requests. The PHP scripts can be
> executed with the UID and GID of the owner of the virtual site. PHP-FPM
> runs as a daemon with separate pool files for each virtual site that has
> FPM/FastCGI active. There is also a new Active Monitor component that
> monitors the PHP-FPM daemon and restarts it if needed.
> 
> 
> These modification also extend to the "Server Administrator" menu. If
> you create "reseller" accounts (by granting the capability "Virtual Site
> Management"), then you can choose which PHP implementation (if any) this
> reseller might use. You can grant all of them, just the secure ones or
> none. That is up to you.
> 
> Other than that BlueOnyx 5209R contains a lot of smaller and larger
> modifications and fixes which (at the end of the BETA-test) will
> eventually be backported to BlueOnyx 5207R/5208R as well.
> 
> The newer Apache and the newer OpenSSL implementation also allow to use
> slightly more secure crypto ciphers in BlueOnyx 5209R and it has already
> been configured to use them if connecting clients support them. Other
> than that BlueOnyx 5209R contains the same crypto related fixes as the
> older BlueOnyx versions do. Which includes the disabling of weak crypto
> ciphers and protocols.
> 
> 
> Is BlueOnyx 5209R ready for production?
> ========================================
> 
> Short answer: Probably not yet.
> 
> It sure needs more testing. And we encourage you to help out with the
> testing if you can. Please report any bugs you find. Either via the
> built in Bugreport feature in the GUI, or by posting your findings to
> the BlueOnyx mailing list.
> 
> As is you can already cmuImport virtual sites and users from older
> BlueOnyx servers to BlueOnyx 5209R (and back).
> 
> At this time there are also not yet any commercial packages available
> for BlueOnyx 5209R. We are currently working on porting the packages
> over to BlueOnyx 5209R and they will become available by NewLinQ within
> the next couple of weeks.
> 
> The packages with the highest priority at this time are:
> 
>     - NewLinQ (needed for PKG installs)
>     - WebApp installer
>     - AV-SPAM
>     - Automated Backup
>     - Security Package
> 
> The WebApps are already compatible and should be available on NewLinQ
> once the first two items on the above list are released.
> 
> I'd like to thank all supporters and users of BlueOnyx who helped to
> make this happen. Enjoy the new BlueOnyx 5209R!
> 
> --
> With best regards
> 
> Michael Stauber
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