“When it’s done” is kind of a cliche in software development, but it’s true. Patch level updates are generally released every few weeks, minor version increments once every few months. We only release once we’re certain that we’ve tested an update thoroughly, and our internal timetables change so often that it’s unfair to our users […]
InterWorx updates via the standard CentOS/RHEL yum utility which makes updating from both interface and command line very simple. You can update both the InterWorx product itself and also the operating system. Enable/Disable Automatic Updates The following procedure explains how to enable and disable automatic OS updates for the InterWorx-CP server. PROCEDURE – ENABLE AUTOMATIC OS UPDATES […]
Edit /etc/yum.conf Locate the line exclude= and add the packages you wish to exclude Save /etc/yum.conf Additional packages can be added to the list, separated by commas.
We strive to provide the latest stable version of Apache that is natively supported by your installed Operating System, however if you find you need to recompile Apache for some reason, we recommend you utilize our source RPM, at http://updates.interworx.com/iworx/SRPMS/ . The package name will be “httpd”.
Yes, it is safe to upgrade your PHP. Since InterWorx runs its own instance of PHP, it will not interfere with the functionality of the Control Panel software.