With the release of the latest version 21.2 of the KeyHelp Server Control Panel, the recently released Debian 11 (codenamed "Bullseye") already gets support by KeyHelp. Further functions as well as optimisations of the new backup system and a new language are also part of the latest update.
If you want to install and run KeyHelp on a Debian 11 equipped system, this is possible by upgrading. For a smooth upgrade from Debian 10 to Debian 11, KeyHelp users will be provided with instructions and an upgrade script at https://www.keyhelp.de/help/#os-upgrade at the end of September.
The new backup system receives numerous improvements and bug fixes with this update. The overall stability of the system has been improved, the user interface optimised, the progress indicator and statistics features expanded and much more. Further improvements will be included in future updates.
Another new feature as a result of the update allows you to transfer settings from one server to another with just a few mouse clicks. This can be particularly helpful if you want to expand your KeyHelp infrastructure and put additional KeyHelp servers into service.
By extending the API with another API endpoint, the user accounts of the administrators can now also be managed via the API. Here, existing administrators can be queried, edited, deleted or new administrators can be created. You can find more information on this in the API documentation at https://api.keyhelp.de nachgelesen werden.
With the addition of Chinese (Traditional Chinese), KeyHelp is now available in 14 languages. With this wide range of languages, KeyHelp exceeds even the language selection of many licence-based server control panel software providers.
As always, you can find an overview of all changes in the change log at: https://changelog.keyhelp.de In addition, the latest KeyHelp video offers the opportunity to find out about the update in a clear and quick way.