Release Date: June 21, 2019
Since version 2.28 there is a configuration manager (FOP2 Manager) bundeld with the package. You can access it directly by pointing your browser to http://your.server/fop2/admin . On a new installed system, you must log into the manager before loading the main FOP2 panel to create the user & buttons configuration.
Centos - i386
Centos - 64bits
Debian - 32bits
Debian - 64bits
Raspberry PI - ARM
ARM 64 bits - Aarch64 - Centos
FOP2 Manager 1.2.0
It works along with FOP version 2.24 or higher and lets you manage users, groups, permissions and more from a comfortable web GUI. This manager is already included in FOP 2.28, it is here for convenience for users of previous FOP2 versions. If you use Elastix and have FOP 2.25 installed, *do not* attempt to install the FOP2 Manager. Elastix© 2.x already includes management functions on its package so this tool is not needed.
Here is a set of old versions links for your convenience:
|FOP 2.20 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.20 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.20 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.20 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
|FOP 2.25 Elastix RPM 32 bits|
|FOP 2.25 Elastix RPM 64 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
|FOP 2.28 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.28 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.28 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.28 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
|FOP 2.30 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.30 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.30 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.30 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
|FOP 2.30 for Raspberry PI/Debian|
|FOP 2.24 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.24 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.24 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.24 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
|FOP 2.27 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.27 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.27 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.27 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
|FOP 2.27 for Raspberry PI/Debian|
|FOP 2.29 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.29 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.29 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.29 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
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