I’ve been mucking about with changing my hostname, and now I’ve run into an issue.
When attempting to login to Webmin via HTTPS (which has worked fine prior to my recent reboot), at https://server.mydomain.com:10000, my browser gives me an SSL protocol error. When trying http://, I can get the Webmin login dialog, but entering my username and password just causes a refresh of the screen (i.e., not a login error, but a loop back to the login dialog). I seem to remember a setting somewhere that only allows HTTPS logins, which might be causing this? If so, can I disable it via command line?
The SSL certificate is all valid and fine. Does there need to be a valid Apache entry in httpd.conf for server.mydomain.com:443? (There is, but changes to it don’t seem to have any effect).
Thanks for the assistance! I was able to get it working again.
Going to mydomain.tld:10000 didn’t work; it just timed out. Going to myipaddress:10000 did bring up the dialog, and this time it accepted my username/password. The problem seems to be in the most recent Webmin update of a few days ago, it reset my Webmin SSL cert locations, which are in the default LetsEncrypt/live folder, not in the /home folder where Webmin wants to put them.