Distro Update: eBox 0.11.101

The eBox development team has announced the release of version 0.11.101. This is a mostly a bug-fix release, but it also comes with the porting of ebox-webserver to Ubuntu, a module to manage an Apache server.

This release comes with updates to the core and all the modular components of this distro. You may read details of this latest release here, and read this site’s snapshot review of the last stable version here.

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