TYPO3, an enterprise open source content management system based on PHP was recently updated to version 8.7.19 and this brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install it on Ubuntu 16.04 / 18.04 with both Apache2 and Nginx support.
When looking for enterprise content management systems for your business, TYPO3 is a good place to start… it’s not WordPress, but provides some values that may not be available to WordPress users…
This release brings some changes and enhancements as well as security patches. Some of the changes include: Reverting deprecation introduced by backport, Removal of attribute ‘selected’ if its value is false, Improving TS Template module information on root level list and many more.
For more about this release, please visit its release page.
Below is a list of all the changes introduced with this release.
- Revert deprecation introduced by backport (thanks to Anja Leichsenring)
- Fix calling checkIncludeLines non statically in BackendLayoutView (thanks to Wouter Wolters)
- Detect current ImageMagick Version 7 for Windows.” (thanks to Jigal van Hemert)
- Extract metadata for new files in storage (thanks to Andreas Fernandez)
- Update typo3fluid/fluid to 2.5.4 (thanks to Markus Klein)
- Ensure validity of parameters submitted to ThumbnailController (thanks to Oliver Hader)
- Use non-static method getCache in Avatar class (thanks to Wouter Wolters)
- Move test file to right location (thanks to Benni Mack)
- Remove attribute ‘selected’ if its value is false (thanks to Georg Ringer)
- Improve TS Template module information on root level list (thanks to Joerg Kummer)
- Use params set in db in recordLinkHandler (thanks to Susanne Moog)
- Use full namespace in a documentation file (thanks to Franz Holzinger)
- Use proper phpDoc in PSR-7 implementation (thanks to Benni Mack)
- Enable localizationStateSelector for selectTreeElement (thanks to Torben Hansen)
- Add documentation render directories to .gitignore (thanks to Sybille Peters)
- Change URL of TYPO3_URL_DONATE constant (thanks to Wouter Wolters)
- Improve readability of 8.x Changelog (thanks to Daniel Siepmann)
For those who want to install Typo3 CMS, the tutorials below should be a great place to start. Two posts below show you how to install Typo3 with Apache2 and Nginx support.
Installing TYPO3 CMS with Apache2 HTTP Support
If you want to learn how to install Typo3 with Apache2 support, read the post below:
Installing TYPO3 CMS with Nginx HTTP Support
To learn how to install TYPO3 with Nginx support, please read the post below: