[Pdns-users] PDNS-Admin 1.1.4 Released
eugenep at w3media.net
Fri Feb 15 19:26:57 UTC 2008
Sorry for mentioning same fact again. Just tried to install pdns-admin-113.
The install went through nice and smooth and I am able to create a new
domain. Then I install pdns-admin-114. There was one glitch during the
PHP Notice: Undefined index: admin_email in /home/pdnsadmin/global
.php on line 505, referer:
Even though I filled out the field for the administrator's email.
That didn't prevent me to access pdnsadmin and then I see the newer
interface. An attempt to create the new domain ends up with a blank screen.
Unfortunately I don't see any errors in httpd.log file.
I'm running pdns-3.0-svn taken from http://svn.powerdns.com/snapshots/.
Could it be a reason for this error?
From: pdns-users-bounces at mailman.powerdns.com
[mailto:pdns-users-bounces at mailman.powerdns.com] On Behalf Of
rlibiez at arthmoor.com
Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2008 1:31 PM
To: pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
Subject: RE: [Pdns-users] PDNS-Admin 1.1.4 Released
The direct download link for pdns-admin is here:
Do mail signatures not show up for everyone on this list? If not I'll try
and remember to include the link in the email itself next time.
I'll see to getting a logout link from the AdminCP, and a search feature is
also on the list of things to add. Several people have asked for that
Usually when a screen goes blank with a PHP based application, it's because
an error was triggered. They don't always show up on your screen, but there
should be a record of it in your webserver logs. I've not had any trouble
assigning new domains to users after creating them.
Eugene Pefti wrote ..
> Hi Roger,
> I am bit late to express my appreciations to you and your work. That's
> great! Nice and wonderful!
> I don't mind to donate the worth of my week lunches, indeed. Publish
> the link, if you don't mind.
> Still would like to reiterate it would be nice to have a logout link
> from the admin CP page. I don't mind to use my mouse to go back but
> having a link to the original page would be a logical thing.
> One more observation. I don't have quite of list of domains yet but
> will it not be convenient to have a Search button to look for the
> needed domain while you are on the original page after logged on as admin.
> P.S. Just discovered something that stopped my progress. I tried to
> add a domain and assign it to a previously setup user. The page went
> There's no domain entry in the domains table. Did I do something wrong?
> Should I reinstall pdns from scratch?
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