I was running Debian 7 and due to the Letsencrypt root certificates expiring I finally decided to upgrade the server. So I upgraded from Debian 7->8, then 8->9, then 9->10, then I started upgrading from 10->11, and did an
apt upgrade, but when I went to do
apt dist-upgrade, I saw that it was going to remove 17.4 GB of disk space. So, I’m assuming it was going to remove all of the files for all of my virtual hosts because that’s the only thing that would be that large. Now I’m left with a system where some of the packages are Debian 10 and some are Debian 11.
I currently have the following installed:
So I opened the Virtualmin install.sh file to figure out how to add the GPG signing keys, added the keys, and added the following to my apt sources:
deb http://software.virtualmin.com/vm/6/gpl/apt virtualmin-buster main deb http://software.virtualmin.com/vm/6/gpl/apt virtualmin-universal main
However, when I try to upgrade Virtualmin, I still get:
After this operation, 17.4 GB disk space will be freed.
Is there any way to update Webmin/Virtualmin at this point, or am I basically looking at just doing a fresh install on another server? Or would waiting until Debian 11 is supported by Virtualmin be a viable option?