Posts by Nuxwin

    For people which are asking again and again the same thing :

    There hasn't been a new version released since many years now, primarily due to my extensive professional commitments and the personal joy of raising my two young children. I understand that this situation may have frustrated some users, for which I apologize.

    To those feeling impatient, I kindly request your understanding. The past years have been challenging, as I've been managing this project alone while juggling other responsibilities. However, I am thrilled to share that I recently found some talented developers to assist in releasing new updates.

    Rest assured, i-MSCP is not dead. I understand the anticipation for immediate results, but these things take time. Balancing a full-time job and caring for my children are equally crucial to me.

    I am committed to seeing this job through, and when it is complete, I hope those who have been less than courteous in expressing their dissatisfaction will choose to respect our efforts and distance themselves. Your patience and understanding during this time is deeply appreciated.

    Dear community,

    As a reminder , i-MSCP is supporting Debian, Devuan and Ubuntu GNU/Linux distributions which are LTS (Long Time Support) releases, as provided by their respective vendors, outside of any non-free extended support/maintenance/security program such as the Canonical ESM program.

    The next i-MSCP version will support :

    • Debian version 9 up to 11, that is : Stretch, Buster and Bullseye
    • Devuan ASCII, Beowulf and Chimaera
    • Ubuntu version 18.04 up to 20.04, that is : Bionic Beavers and Focal Fossa

    Support for older distributions will be dropped. This make us able to also drop some patches that were applied on the Apache2 Web server during i-MSCP installation (see the screen below).

    People which are still running older distribution versions are encouraged to upgrade their system to the newly available LTS version.

    I did a quick search, they actually did end it this october and the money will now be transfered back to everybody

    Because you're thinking I'm a liar ?

    So, to be clear:

    I'm not a liar

    The project is not died. Rewrite in progress and I don't care about those people which are not happy.

    The fix for the letsencrypt will not come, because the problem is not on the plugin side it is a openssl version problem.