Changes since Webmin version 1.510

Webmin Core
Dutch translation updates, thanks to Gandyman.
Polish translation updates, thanks to Dariusz Dêbowski.

Apache Webserver
The default port on the Create virtual host tab is now set to better match the name-based virtual host ports.

Backup Configuration Files
Added fields to the scheduled backup page for pre and post backup commands.

Bacula Backup System
Added a field for setting the compression level for a fileset.

BIND DNS Server
On Linux systems, /dev/urandom is used for generating entropy for DNSSEC.

Change Language and Theme
Added a password confirmation field for password changes.

Custom Commands
Fixed a bug that broke remote command execution with parameters.
Added a new parameter type for selecting multiple items from a menu.

DHCP Server
Added support for multi-value options, thanks to a patch from Luke Suchocki.
Also added support for multi-value options within a bracketed expression.
Hostname, IP address and MAC address clashes are now only checked for in the same shared network.

File Manager
Bug fixes to allow the File Manager module to be used via Webmin Servers Index or Cloudmin.

Linux Firewall
Better handle the case where a rule has a --comment format description, but # format comments are enabled.
Added support for physdev module options, for matching based on the bridged interface.

Filesystem Backup
Fixed verification when a dump is to a date-based destination and takes more than one day.

BSD Firewall
Added support for the firewall_script directive in /etc/rc.conf, as seen on FreeBSD 8.

LDAP Server
Fixed numerous bugs in editing the new LDIF-format access control rules.

LDAP Users and Groups
The list of groups now includes descriptions, if any are set.

Printer Administration
Changed the default PPD driver directory on Debian to include /usr/share/ppd as well.

Logical Volume Management
Mounted ext3+, reiser, xfs and jfs logical volumes can now have their filesystem size increased, without needing an un-mount. Thanks to Caspar Smit for the suggestions and patches to implement this.
When editing a logical volume that is already in /etc/fstab, don't allow the filesystem to format it as to be changed, to prevent a mismatch.
When editing a physical volume, its size can be increased to match the underlying device, such as a partition that has been grown.

MySQL Database Server
Added greater than / less than selectors to the table data search form.
The SSL / X509 authentication type for a user can be set on the Edit User page.

Postfix Mail Server
Added support for CIDR maps and multiple SMTP client restriction maps.
Added spam checking to the autoreply script, if spamassassin is installed.

PostgreSQL Database Server
Added greater than / less than selectors to the table data search form.

QMail Mail Server
Added spam checking to the autoreply script, if spamassassin is installed.

Linux RAID
Conversion from RAID 5 to 6 and vice versa is now possible, thanks to Caspar Smit.
When a RAID array is being rebuilt, show the speed and time remaining, thanks to Farid Benamrouche.

Samba Windows File Sharing
Try to use the smbpasswd command to create or delete users, if installed.

Sendmail Mail Server
Added validation when manually editing the aliases and other map files.
Added spam checking to the autoreply script, if spamassassin is installed.

Squid Proxy Server
Improved support for COSS format (single file) Squid caches.

System and Server Status
The Check File or Directory monitor can now use a pattern like /tmp/* to check sizes for all files in a directory.
Added a monitor-level option to run a command if the monitor times out.

TCP Wrappers
Added a Module Config option to control if possible services are taken from inetd/xinetd, or always manually entered.

System Time
Switched background time syncing to use the new Webmin Cron service.

Users and Groups
When deleting a user's personal group and user deletion in other modules is enabled, delete the group in other modules too.

Webmin Configuration
Strong PCI-compliant ciphers can now be selected on the SSL Encryption page.