We are happy to announce the release of Cloudron 5.4!
For those unaware, Cloudron is a platform that makes it easy to run web apps like WordPress, Nextcloud, GitLab on your server and keep them up-to-date and secure.
Cloudron 5.4 adds a dark mode, file manager, Mandatory 2FA, Backblaze B2 support & lots of bug fixes!
The new Dark Mode brings a beautiful dark color scheme for the Cloudron Dashboard. This new look is easier on the eyes and helps reduce eye strain. The dashboard automatically uses this new look when the OS switches to dark mode. You can also turn on dark mode per-site using a browser extension like Dark Reader.
File Manager allows you to create and modify application files straight from the browser. The File Manager can be access
Console section of any app.
Clicking on the
File Manager button will open a new window:
File Manager supports the following actions:
Admins can now require all users to set up two factor authentication. When enabled, all new users will be forced to setup a 2FA during sign up. Existing users will be forced to setup 2FA when they login or reload the dashboard page.
When users login, they will see a modal dialog like below:
Admins can now disallow users from changing their email and full name. When locked, the user's profile becomes readonly like below (the edit buttons are missing):
Backblaze B2 recently announced support for S3 compatible APIs. Thanks to this new feature, we have added Backblaze B2 as a backup destination.
We have added support for synchronizing users and groups from a Univention Directory server. To configure,
go to the Users view and select
Univention in the external LDAP configuration.
In Cloudron 5.2, we dropped
NET_RAW caps from containers to prevent them from sniffing internal network traffic.
This, however, prevented apps from making ICMP requests as well. We have added a new
ping capability in the manifest
to allow apps like Statping to make ICMP requests.
The nginx packages in Ubuntu 18 are lagging behind. For this reason, we now use the latest stable packages from the nginx project directly. We have updated nginx to 1.8 for various security related fixes in this release.
In addition, we have started hiding the version of nginx in HTTP responses.
max_connectionfor postgres addon to 200
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To update an existing installation, simply click on the 'Update now' button on your dashboard.