Latest Chrome. Nothing has changed in my browser for months in terms of configuration. This browser is only used for administration, so it’s not a daily driver. Only that I just updated to the new theme that appeared in the updates. My dashboard will not load, but other pages seem to work.
Things I’ve tried
Hard cleared cache
Also experiencing some 525 SSL errors since the update. Strange all of this would occur right after the theme update.
I did notice this error. I have yet to look into it. I’ll look into this LONG thread about applying the “easy workaround.”
I’ll keep this in mind next time I see an update for the theme. I didn’t think this was a development version of the theme since it popped up in the UI as an update. Maybe dev versions shouldn’t appear with the Bell notification.
Thanks. I just reloaded a snapshot and saw the update was in fact “webmin 2.011” and not just the theme. I applied the update and here are the versions reported. There appears to be some discrapancy in the theme versions reported on the dashboard vs. theme configuration.
Debian Linux 10
Authentic theme version
On the Theme Configuration Page:
Check for Authentic Theme updates: No (installed version 20.11.1)
Interval for running updates check: once a day
Install theme updates for Usermin as well: Yes
Any thoughts on this?
Dashboard working fine, but then I noticed a popup that says a new theme version installed: refresh. I click refresh and the issues begin. Once I click refresh the dashboard fails to load. There is still no button to create a virtual server - didnt get to test before clicking refresh - , and under IP config on the create virtual server page the following error is listed.
Error reading file /etc/network/interfaces: unexpected line ‘source-directory /etc/network/interfaces.d’
Trying to apply the fix you mentioned now, but there seems to be other issues present.
The comment I linked you to fixes this. No “try” about it.
Applied the fix referenced in the provided link via SSH. I then restarted Webmin via SSH. The create button is now visible in create virtual server config and the network interface error is gone. I then rebooted the instance via SSH, but now cannot connect anymore via SSH (I gave it 10 minutes - no dice). Also rebooted the instance completely and still no SSH.
It seems that the proposed solution breaks network connectivity somehow on AWS LightSail Debian 10. I will now have to perform another snapshot migration to a new instance and do it all over again without apply the 2.011 update.
I think there are still some issues to work out here!
In my other Debian 11 system running in VM it’s just listed as source, and I also can’t imagine why this would break an AWS install unless there’s something specific to AWS at work here. I’m curious what other systems have the ‘source-directory’ vs ‘source’ as config parameters in interfaces.
In any case, if AWS web based SSH won’t connect to the instance after the change there’s definitely something amiss with this change and AWS.
Ilia figured out why this would have broken network, depending on which line you changed to source syntax from source-directory (which is a directive Webmin doesn’t recognize, yet).
The actual solution is to change bothsource-directory lines to use source syntax, but keep the paths the same (just add a /* on the end). There are two different paths, I thought they were the same, but one is in /run and one is in /etc. Presumably the one in /run is actually the one doing the config, and is probably network storage managed by the hosting provider.
I’ve updated the comment on that thread. Sorry for the inconvenience.
No worries. Great software and support, which are both found with this software and community, are much appreciated.
After reloading a snapshot I tried the suggestion offered by hasse_basse1 by only having the one line below in interfaces.
This change worked after a reboot, so I went ahead with the Webmin 2.011 update. Update completed and it seems that everything is back to normal. In my case with AWS LightSail, this is the correct solution.