Installation stucked in virtualmin-lamp-stack

Debian 10 in AWS ec2 instance (Free tier 1vcore 1GB RAM)

▣□□ Phase 1 of 3: Setup
Downloading RPM-GPG-KEY-virtualmin-6 [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Downloading RPM-GPG-KEY-webmin [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Installing Virtualmin 6 key [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Installing Webmin key [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Updating apt metadata [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Downloading repository metadata [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Disabling cdrom: repositories [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Cleaning out old metadata [ :heavy_check_mark: ]

▣▣□ Phase 2 of 3: Installation
Installing Webmin [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Installing Usermin [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Installing fail2ban [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Removing nginx (if installed) before LAMP installation. [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Removing unneeded packages that could conflict with LAMP stack. [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Installing postfix [ :heavy_check_mark: ]
Installing virtualmin-lamp-stack
*** STUCKED ***

Hi everyone.

I have installed quite a few virtualmins on aws previously with no problems, but now the same thing is always happening to me.

Installation starts out fine, but always gets stuck at the same point: . I have tried with the parameter --minimal and also the same.

Any clues as to what may be happening? Could 1 core 1GB RAM be too low?


Check the virtualmin-install.log for more specific clues about what’s taking so long. It’ll be at the end of that log.

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