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JumpBox for Drupal 5.x

Drupal is a powerful Web content management system that allows an individual or community of users to easily publish and maintain a Web site. Drupal has a large community supporting it that has created many modules for common tasks that you would want to perform on a Web site. Running a JumpBox allows you to be up and running with this software in minutes on any operating system. It carries other benefits such as portability across computing environments, a Web-based admin console to simplify administration, and a built-in automated backup system to protect your work.

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Recent releases

  •  16 Feb 2010 23:29

    Release Notes: A bug that prevented direct download backups from working for larger backups has been fixed. A manual work around is available for users encountering this bug; details can be obtained by sending email to support@jumpbox.com.

    •  29 Sep 2009 17:16

      Release Notes: Drupal has been upgraded to version 5.20. Restoring from 1.0RC1 and newer JumpBox backups should work. This release fixes a security vulnerability and includes some minor bugfixes.

      •  09 Jul 2009 19:05

        Release Notes: Drupal has been upgaded to 5.19. Restoring from 1.0RC1 and newer JumpBox backups should work. This release fixes a security vulnerability and includes some minor bugfixes.

        •  28 May 2009 18:17

          Release Notes: Drupal upgaded to version 5.18. Restoring from 1.0RC1 and newer JumpBox backups should work. This Drupal release fixes a security vulnerablility and includes some minor bugfixes.

          •  13 May 2009 18:17

            Release Notes: Drupal has been upgaded to version 5.17. Restoring from 1.0RC1 and newer JumpBox backups should work. Drupal now uses the root URL.

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