i have added it and test but it replace the network adress.
What is the schema to add it in activated to boot ?
name ? (i have tested Primary network name with “:1”, but error ’ No interface named enp3s0 exists’ with “enp3s0:1” where “enp3s0” is the name of the primary interface)
hardware adresse ?
I have reinstalled Ubuntu, configure Ip BEFORE installing virtualmin and all VIrtual interface are configured in active on boot tabs, the Virtual interface automatly created on network active on boot and all work.
But after restart, same problem, nothing work …
When i check virtual Ip in list and apply manually, it work …
So the activate on boot on ubuntu 20.04 for virtual Interface doesn’t work
Only solution i have now is to install Ubuntu 16.04 for haven’t this bug
Holy cow. There’s no way that’s the best solution!
I’d guess there’s still remaining bugs in Webmin’s support for the new Ubuntu network config system (it may be fixed in the next version, which I’m rolling out today). Just configure the network outside of Webmin.
It’s insane to install 16.04 and upgrade to 20.04. That is not a good solution. If you want to use the old network system (which is what this gets you), just use the old network config system. You don’t have to start on 16.04 to do that.
I have tested configure outsite webmin the network and before install virtualmin and the result is exactly the same.
I have tested to rollback to the old network system but after install virtualmin the network config is on the old system and the config active on boot is started with the new configuration with netplan.
On fresh instal how i can rollback to old network system before install virtualmin and make sure this is the good method ?
Ps : i haven’t the latest version of webmin on fresh install, i have 1.955 where latest is 1.960 and in the changelog :
Massive improvements to the YAML parsing in the Network Configuration module, to support more complex Netplan configs.
Can i add directly the Webmin repository or i have to wait for your repository ?