I installed webmin and virtualmin on a freshly installed Debian sarge server. When i create a new virtualserver i get the following error:
Setting Up Virtual Server
In domain lemonsolutions.be
Creating home directory …
Creating administration group lemonsolutions …
Failed to create administration group!
I have no idea how to solve this :s
This is a known issue with nscd. Here’s the FAQ about it:
Shutdown nscd, and things will begin to work fine. You’ll need to remove the remnants left behind after the failed creation (I believe it’ll just be a user that you need to delete using the Webmin Users and Groups module).
Now that we’re aware of Debian enabling this piece of crap^h^h^h^hsoftware by default, we’ll set the installer up to turn it off during install. It does nothing good in a system that isn’t tied to NIS or LDAP.
thanks alot, that worked like a charm.
As a follow up problem:
When i created a virtualserver i now get this error in my apacke2 configuration:
Failed to start service :
Starting web server: Apache2Syntax error on line 395 of /etc/apache2/apache2.conf:
Invalid command ‘SuexecUserGroup’, perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration
I guess i did something wrong when changing the module config in the apache server to apache2.
I am getting the same error but am using ldap (for qmail-ldap). I have tried with and without nscd installed and/or running.
OK, I went back to ubuntu, and am now trying to enable LDAP/Samba PDC for my SSO solution with Windows.
I am experiencing this issue of virtualmin not finding a freshly created LDAP group, but have no nscd installed, and a
getent group shows my group is being recognised by the name service switch.