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Sorry I haven’t done this very well, my Centos 7 system is just used as a local server. It’s been good for ages but now I am having trouble File Manager has disappeared from Virtualmin and I can’t get past the above text after a re-check. Please help - thank you.
Thank you. CentOS 7.9.2009, Virtualmin 7.5. gpl & Webmin 2.013. It dates from January 2018. I’ve been using Virtualmin and either Ubuntu or Centos for my php/mysql work for much longer , I normally break it down and start again when faced with this kind of trouble but there are some useful relics on this machine. The Kernel has updated 5 times and I’d always thought that everything would get updated over time so this will be a useful lesson for me. What do I need to do?
CentOS 7 is fine. You don’t need to panic to get off of CentOS 7; you obviously shouldn’t be doing new installs on CentOS 7, but it is currently supported both by us and the upstream CentOS folks. Don’t do anything rash to try to upgrade stuff like MariaDB.
And, of course, none of that has anything to do with File Manager. There’s a bug in Virtualmin 7.5, that effected a small number of people, but I don’t remember the details. I know it was discussed here, and a solution offered, though…maybe a search will turn it up.
You don’t see File Manager in master administrator login or server owner? If latter, you need to also make sure that it’s enabled in System Settings ⇾ Server Templates: Edit Server Template / Administrator's Webmin modules.