I recently installed the latest Fedora release (F25). Surprisingly, this time the install went smoothly. Congratulations Fedora!
Also in the last month:
Admin page now includes a link to the Lynis report.
Speedtest results now have warning thresholds.
Moved Apache server manual to admin.
Updated the home page.
Changed to PHP explode function since split() was removed in 7.0.
The usual changes to the Fedora Installation Checklist.
Other minor admin changes.
Filesystem check now cached to avoid long-time hang after reboot.
Beefed up my LAMP security.
Created Nagios Dovecot check script.
Created Nagios check for /boot diskspace.
Added “skip_if_unavailable = 1” to hwinfo yum repo (RPM Sphere) to prevent error.
Rewrote testing updates and priority updates check for functionality and speed.
Available updates page now includes number of installed packages, total updates
testing, and number of new priority updates.
Karma page now includes elapsed minutes etc. since last update.
Other minor changes on karma page.
Kernels page storage information now uses ‘df’ instead of PHP functions for better
Running kernel is colored green and other minor improvements on kernels page.
Added Koji kernels link to admin page.
Enabled Zend OPCache in PHP.
Admin page now shows last version information. Version History page displays recent version updates and package details.
Changed from AddHandler to SetHandler in Apache for PHP to improve security.
Added recheck and cancel recheck to admin page karma checking. Also added remove to delete the message from the page. Also “niced” karma checking.
Fixed minor admin page error that was causing log warnings.
Added PHP ini file date.ini to set date.timezone to get rid of log warnings.
Configured PHP to use the mysqli extension. This should have been this way since the project strongly recommends it.
To increase security, Nagios must now be accessed via the administrative door.
Also to increase security, moved Webmin off of port 8080.