Thanks for your comment though its just strange.An update is released with two small improvements:
The real purpose of CB reporting system package updates is mainly to nudge server owners into keeping system up to date and investigate potential package upgrade conflicts. Not to try and take over OS upgrading task from admins .
- after patching CSF, firewall rules will be recreated if CSF is actually being used on the system and IPv6 is enabled
- reporting system upgrades available in CB will exclude potential obsolete package changes (when some package needs to be removed and replaced by multiple packages).
@sahostking, WHMCS integration on our test servers works fine. Maybe you are using some 3rd party WHMCS plugins/apps?
POSTrequest when logging-in via auto login URLs. Same ones that can be generated from CLI via
da login-urlcommand. The auto login URLs were designed to work with
GETrequests (meaning URL is just pasted in the browser). However older DA versions used to accept
POSTrequests as well. The fix we have released restores backwards compatibility and again allows
POSTrequests to be used. This is a workaround the real fix should come from WHMCS module developers to start using
GETrequests for auto login-in URLs (not to be confused with normal login which must use
On Debian, the command is apt list --upgradable
What do you have then?
linux-image-amd64/oldstable 4.19+105+deb10u19 amd64 [upgradable from: 4.19+105+deb10u17]
The following packages have been kept back: linux-image-amd64
No worries.Ah oke, we left installatron for softaculous long ago, but we don't use Evo either so we don't use that function. However I now understand exactly which part you're talking about. That might be a bug indeed. Thanks for explaining.