New Virtualmin virtual-server module package version 3.23 available

Jamie has just sent over a new version of the Virtualmin virtual-server module, and I’ve packaged it up and dropped it into the repository.
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Changes since 3.22:
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[]Updated Mambo script installer to 4.6, phpMyAdmin to 2.9.0, and PHP-Nuke to 7.9.[/]

[]When adding a secondary mail server, all existing mail domains can be optionally added to the server. This will update MX records as well.[/]

[]When removing a secondary mail server, all secondary domains that were created on it will be removed, and all MX records referring to it deleted.[/]

[]Bandwidth limits can now be imposed on resellers, which limits the total amount of bandwidth the reseller can allocate to his customer’s domains.[/]

[]Fixed bugs that prevented suexec PHP from working properly in sub-domains.[/]

[]Outgoing address mapping (generics) entries are added for new domain owners.[/]

[]User mail directory sizes are now displayed correctly.[/]

[]Added the --mail-size option to the list-users.pl program.[/]

[]Displayed disk usage for virtual servers is now taken from the group quota (when enabled), to ensure consistency.[/]

[]Added a new left-side Disk Usage link which shows usage for each directory, mailbox and sub-server under a virtual server.[/]

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To upgrade on Red Hat based systems:
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yum update wbm-virtual-server
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On SUSE systems:
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yast -i wbm-virtual-server
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And on Mandriva systems:
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urpmi.update -a<br>
urpmi wbm-virtual-server
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Please let us know of any problems, by filing a bug in the bug tracker.

Joe,

I think the repodata needs to be updated. I see the new RPM in the repository, but it wasn’t available via a normal yum update. The repo files were last modified on 9/18/06 (for the previous Virtualmin 3.22 release), so that appears to be the problem.

Thanks,
Alan

Joe,

I think the repodata needs to be updated. I see the new RPM in the repository, but it wasn’t available via a normal yum update. The repo files were last modified on 9/18/06 (for the previous Virtualmin 3.22 release), so that appears to be the problem.

Thanks,
Alan

Hey Alan,

Quite right. I remembered to update the other operating systems (Mandrake and SUSE) repos, but forgot to run the yum one (which is the easiest to run, since I don’t have to bootup qemu systems to do it). Thanks for the heads up. Fixed now.