Nginx 1.4.3 has been released on October 8th 2013, fixing 6 bugs (see the changes).
As a consequence, Dotdeb’s packages of Nginx 1.4.3 are now available for both Debian 7.0 “Wheezy” and Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” (amd64/i386) with the following changes :
- the http_geoip module in now included in nginx-naxsi
- PageSpeed has been upgraded to 22.214.171.124 to fix CVE-2013-6111 (nginx-extras only)
- Various modules has been updated
Users of naxsi-ui should be aware that it has been deprecated in the upcoming Naxsi 0.53 and that it won’t be provided by Dotdeb starting with the next Nginx packages.
As usual, if you want to know which module has been included in each Nginx flavor, you just have to look at this document.
17 replies on “Nginx 1.4.3 for Wheezy and Squeeze”
Gracias voy a probarlo en mi laptop
@Guillaume: Please notice that, at least the i386 version of current nginx-full (1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2) does NOT include the mp4 module.
I just looked into the re-distribution of the modules into nginx-extras instead of nginx-full 🙂 – Sorry and thanks for your support !
http://wiki.nginx.org/HttpUploadModule Has been updated, why not join the bag again?
@Guillaume, any chances to see the nginx AJP module integrated the nginx dotdeb package? Thx!
nginx AJP module: https://github.com/yaoweibin/nginx_ajp_module
Hi. I didn’t see it mentioned anywhere else, so… Is there a chance that you could add ARM to the list? I’m not sure if it’s worth the effort, but if you thought it would, I would be glad to use this repo on my Cubieboard. Thanks.
@Alkel U3 : unless I get a substantial and sustainable sponsor to maintain Dotdeb for ARM (hardware and time), I won’t support this architecture, sorry.
dpkg-buildpackage -b result binary deb file like usual, but when installed the nginx binary is not exist. It make compile result unusable. Already do it in x86 and 64 arch give the same result. Any clue here?
@Surya : maybe a complete log of your commands/changes and their outputs could help me understand what happens.
#apt-get source nginx (from dotdeb repo)
#dpkg-buildpackage -j2 -b
the result is several nginx flavor deb file
dpkg -i nginx-common_1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2_all.deb nginx_1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2_all.deb nginx-full_1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2_amd64.deb
Preparing to replace nginx-common 1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2 (using nginx-common_1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2_all.deb) …
Unpacking replacement nginx-common …
dpkg: warning: unable to delete old directory ‘/etc/nginx/sites-available’: Directory not empty
dpkg: warning: unable to delete old directory ‘/etc/nginx’: Directory not empty
Preparing to replace nginx 1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2 (using nginx_1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2_all.deb) …
Unpacking replacement nginx …
Preparing to replace nginx-full 1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2 (using nginx-full_1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2_amd64.deb) …
Unpacking replacement nginx-full …
Setting up nginx-common (1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2) …
Processing triggers for man-db …
Setting up nginx-full (1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2) …
Setting up nginx (1.4.3-3~dotdeb.2) …
I’m trying to execute nginx -V, but the nginx executable is not exist. I Was compile previous version and get the right compile result and can do nginx -V
is there any other things I should post here for reference?
Please assist me if any. (I’m a nuub)
@Surya : I have a question. Why do you want to rebuild the nginx packages?
Basically I want to add the ngx_pagespeed module and give it a try. But after several hour of building I end up with several dotdeb file that not has nginx inside. So I try to check the default source configuration and rebuild it to find if the default source is okay, but it’s not. I have no idea what’s wrong here, whether it’s my build procedure or the source.
I was build it for my 2 VPS hosted on shardhost and it’s run find until shardhost have a problem and doesn’t give any day for all their customer to backup their vps.
Now I need to build a nginx with ngx_pagespeed available (x64). if you have build it, please give me the downloadble link.
@Surya : just install the nginx-extras package from Dotdeb and you’ll have ngx_pagespeed bundled with it.
Yes, I know it, but the naxsi module is not installed on the extras flavor. I want to add the ngx_pagespeed in to the naxsi flavor