Hello ,today i have tried to reinstall os and install virtualmin but unfortunately error came even after trying several times, it has shown that the licence provided by software.virtualmin is not trustable.but i have installed several times before through putty by just applying two commands (wget http://software.virtualmin.com/gpl/scripts/install.sh & sudo /bin/sh install.sh)
if any one experienced this issue kindly help me out to get through it .
preinstalled in server : LAMP
ssh : putty windows 64bit
tried to install: virtualmin gpl
We can’t help you without you posting the actual error you got.
Tell me what I need to provide , because im not skilled in coding .
I rebooted the server and installed centos8 and Lamp from default installer provided by contabo .then I opened ssh Putty (windows 64 bit) and remote logged in to my server then run the downloader command “wget http ://software .virtualmin.com/gpl/scripts/install.sh” and “sudo /bin/sh install.sh” and error came like the certificate is not trusted and cannot install , I tried doing several times rebooting again and again . but same happened . But before this I have done this process ,it worked well , but I habe no clue whats now .
I have the same issue I think it’s because software.virtualmin.com defaults to http and not https
How to sort this out ?
but it was working fine till 2 days back
I think the easiest way to sort this out is to run package upgrade command, like:
CentOS 7/RHEL 7:
yum clean all && yum update
CentOS 8/RHEL 8:
dnf clean all && dnf update
apt-get clean && apt-get update && apt-get upgrade
Additionally make sure that the package
ca-certificates is installed and most importantly updated.
where do i need to place this command ?
before running download virtualmin command or this itself will automatically install virtualmin
in the linux terminal
so it will work like before once it is corrected? because it was working well till yesterday
sure ill try out now , is it working for you?
Thank you for the update. @Joe do you have any ETA on this? Thank you!
is it working for anyone now? as like normal procedure
Here’s a workaround I used last night when getting the same error on a new install that I thought had to do with Oracle. It’s not advice. It’s just something I did that worked.
openssl s_client -showcerts -connect software.virtualmin.com:443
Copied the certificate information as a file
This was not on a production machine. I’m doing some experimenting. On a production server, you’re probably better off waiting until @Joe fixes it. But if people will die if you don’t get the server running right now, it should work.
The issue has been sorted out.
Thanks for the heads up!