No, we didn't release an update to the add-on (yet). But if you are already using the DokuWiki add-on, there's now instrcutions available on how to upgrade your installation to the latest version easily from within DokuWiki itself. Just check out the forum post "Upgrade DokuWiki to the latest version".
As some may have noticed there have been some interruptions to our website lately. The reason was that we moved the site onto new hardware. So in general the site should now be snappier than before and thanks to the additional bandwith that came with the new server downloads should be faster and more reliable, too.
As happens with every move, there have been some minor obstacles. One was that the system wasn't able to send out emails anymore. The source of the problem has been identified and all emails that hadn't got out were sent manually.
Today we released two updates: PyLoad 0.4.7 and CouchPotato 0.4.0.35. The new PyLoad version brings no real news but some internal optimisations. CouchPotato brings some fixes, especially for those who experienced a failure to update the application from within itself. This was due to a buggy in-app update that overwrote the version number with a string that would always evaluate higher then the current version on github. The new lrelease also fixes problems with the videoeta.com service and works around some cases where there were problems uninstalling the add-on from within FrontView.
The PHPMyAdmin project released a new version 3.4.4 that we have now made available for the ReadyNAS x86 line. The release contains the following enhancements over the previous one:
The author of PyLoad released a new version of his download tool for various file hosters. In addition to some bug fixes it contains support for the following new file hosters:
After an upgrade of the checkout script in use on this site we are happy to announce the availability of add-on bundles. The first bundle offered for both ReadyNAS lines is the TotalNZB bundle, containing Python, SABnzbd, SickBeard and Couchpotato.Since a single payment also means that PayPal will get service fees only once the bundle's price tag is lower than the price for the sum of the components.You can get the TotalNZB bundle here:
After a lot of work and compiling even more stuff we can finally present PHP 5.3.6 for ReadyNAS x86. Yes, there already is more than one PHP add-on for the ReadyNAS. But those are at most at release 5.2.17. And since the 5.2 series is no longer considered the stable branch, we thought it might be a good idea to offer the latest and greatest. Of course we will try to make sure that all of our addons continue to work with at least the PHP 5.2.17 add-on where possible.
Finally it's there: PHP 5.2.17 for the ReadyNAS x86 line. Available on ReadyNASFreeware.org it brings the latest incarnation of PHP 5.2 to the ReadyNAS - this time with a fully working MySQLi implementation. Except for the IMAP and the PostgreSQL modules all modules normally to be found in PHP from a Debian distribution are included. All modules can be enabled and disabled from within FrontView so users can slim down the PHP interpreter to use only the features they need.