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The root user is disabled on the server for security reasons.
It is required to configure SSH Terminal extensions to log in with another administrative user8 votes
I would be nice that the latetst version of mozilla will be supported in the SSL it! extension. It would be even better that we can select for previous configuration (version 4) or recommended configuration (version 5)12 votes
Hi. It’s about the feature “TLS versions and ciphers by Mozilla.” We have this in our plans.
To support version 5, we have to change the code heavily – the format of the config was changed; some services don’t support the modern TLS; also, as you mentioned, it would be quite useful to provide the ability to select the config version. That’s why there is no ETA.
The current version delivered with the extensions are quite old. Ruby 2.4.4 is nearly a year old (28.3.2018) !
Please provide the current stable versions, see https://www.ruby-lang.org/de/downloads/ :
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Thank you for your input. Support of Ruby 2.6.x is planned for Plesk Onyx 17.9 in one of future updates.
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