Didn't have time to read something with the webmin update...


I know this isn’t strictly virtualmin-related, but I hope you will understand :slight_smile:

Simply, while logging into virtualmin ten minutes ago, I saw there was an update for Webmin, so I let the software run the update.

I checked a minute later, the update was finished, good, I clicked another link.
… And only after I clicked that other link, I briefly, very briefly noticed there was text written for me in the output window, about running something as root.

I didn’t have time to read what that was about.

I imagine it must be trivial, my websites are working as of usual. But, still… Well, this is worrying me, maybe it WAS important!

Please, if you have had the time to read this post-update message, would you be kind enough to tell me what this was about ? Thanks if you can! :slight_smile:

Probably just the txt that says all is fine and you can now login as ‘root’ at …

Unpacking replacement webmin …
Setting up webmin (1.760) …
Webmin install complete. You can now login to https://sd-..com:10000/
as root with your root password, or as any user who can use sudo
to run commands as root.

Be nice to see a post on the new update before it actually arrives at system.

Allright, that’s the standard message then. I’m reassured, thank you Welshman :slight_smile: