Upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Since version 18.1 KeyHelp also supports the operating system Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Do you run your KeyHelp on a server with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and want to take advantage of the optimized Ubuntu 18.04 LTS? With this guide, we give you the opportunity to update the software...

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Update of the additional PHP interpreters

New packages of the additionally installable PHP interpreters are now available. Content of the update: PHP 7.3 | Newly added, version 7.3.0 PHP 7.2 | Update to 7.2.13 PHP 7.1 | Update to 7.1.25 PHP 7.0 | Update to 7.0.33 PHP 5.6 | Update to 5.6.39 All versions | PHP...

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KeyHelp® 18.2.1 – Improvements and bug fixes

A new KeyHelp version is almost ready for release. The update contains fixes for several reported bugs and problems. You can find the complete changelog on the following page: https://changelog.keyhelp.de If you had problems with the subdomain catch-all feature of the...

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KeyHelp® 18.0 released

During the last week we released a new KeyHelp version. Below is a small selection of new features and changes. KeyHelp now offers the possibility to fill domain directories with predefined data. This means that if you assign a domain to your customers, you have the...

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KeyHelp® 17.2 / 17.2.1 – New Features

The latest version of KeyHelp is available and contains many additions and improvements. User accounts can now be completely suspended, including their domains and access to email, SSH, FTP as well as KeyHelp accounts. You can specify the time for deletion /...

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Upgrade Debian 8 to Debian 9

Since version 17.1 KeyHelp now also supports the operating system Debian 9. Do you operate your KeyHelp on a server running Debian 8 and now want to take advantage of the optimized Debian 9? Then here is your opportunity to comfortably perform the update on your own....

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