Welcome to UniServer_8_1_0 Release
Uniform Server 8_1_0-Coral
Read More: http://wiki.uniformserver.com/index.php/Coral:_Introduction
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Coral UniTray Plugin:
Coral UniTray provides an alternative server control interface.
It consists of two pop-up menus these are opened by clicking on the
tray icon. Left mouse click opens menu for running servers as a
standard program. Right mouse click opens menu for running servers
as a service.
Server Coral_8_1_0 plugin - Coral_Unitray_*_8_1_0.exe
Server Coral_8_0_0 plugin - Coral_Unitray_*_8_0_0.exe
See download page for details:
Coral Intl Plugin:
To keep The Uniform Server footprint small support for the PHP Intl
extension is provided as a separate plugin. The Internationalization
extension (Intl) is a wrapper for the ICU (International Components
for Unicode) library.
Server Coral_8_1_0 plugin - Coral_Intl_8_1_0.exe (PHP 5.3.9)
Server Coral_8_0_0 plugin - Coral_Intl_8_0_0.exe (PHP 5.3.9)
See download page for details:
Please report any problems or issues on the forum.
8.1.0 - Updated Apache 2.2.22
- Updated MySQL to 5.5.20
- Updated PHP to 5.3.9
- Updated msmtp to 1.4.27
- Apache configuration separated as per ASF
- Added language file Portuguese.vbs
- Added support for portable Firefox
- Added support for portable Opera
- Added support for portable GoogleChrome
- Bug fixes core_functions_inc.vbs core_config_inc.vbs
- Renamed ssl.conf to httpd-ssl.conf
- Renamed php.ini_production to php_production.ini
- Renamed php.ini_development to php_development.ini
- Pear core preinstalled.
- Added tracker to Pear index.php to update configuration paths
- MySQL, phpMyAdmin and all users use 127.0.0.1 instead of localhost
- MySQL documentation updated to reflect use of IP 127.0.0.1
- Issue with @ in MySQL password, updated regex in us_my_ini_get
- Create Restricted MySQL User - displays message database already
exists, although correct this is no longer displayed
- Log_files_clear.hta Selet all" should be "'Select all
- Added separate css and image folders to www and ssl
resolves htaccess conflict
- Added ZoneAlarm detection - The ZoneAlarm application conflicts with
the Apache Server producing a blue screen of death when Apache is closed.
- Updated Coral UniTray to match 8.1.0
- Both APC and eAccelerator disabled by default
- Updated php_accelerators.html button enable/disable
- Bug - Fail to change MySQL password at start-up
- Bug - Bugs introduced after sorting out memory leak.
- Bug MySQL incorrect host setting
- Bug - Server access user settings www,ssl and phpMyAdmin
- Added bind-address=127.0.0.1 to [mysqld] config section
- Updated files and documentation
- Bug - Incorrect MySQL port status displayed
- Bug - Host file append added CR/LF
- Added feedback for Vhost Create, Update and Delete.
- Downgraded APC to 3.1.7 - Apache service stop issue.
- Added - Vhost creation copies .htaccess and favicon.ico to Vhost root
- Bug - Incorrect port assignment when Vhost port changed
8.0.0 - First Release
- phpMyAdmin updated to 3.4.8
- APC on by default instead of eAccelerator
- InnoDB ON by default
- port_check.bat now displays process name
8.0.0RC2 - Changed language selection. UniTray command
from "Update" to "Change"
- Menus allow spaces for pre-checking.
Main restriction of no spaces still applies.
- Updated Cron test scripts
- Corrected double multi-server pop-up menu.
8.0.0RC1 - First public release.
- Apache 2.2.21
- MySQL 5.5.18
- PHP 5.3.8
- phpMyAdmin 18.104.22.168
- Go-Pear 1.1.6
- msmtp 1.4.25
- eAccelerator 1.0-snv427
- APC 3.1.9
- OpenSSL 1.0.0e
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