I had read about the supported systems before purchasing and it says gentoo was supported. However, I am not able to install Virtualmin on Gentoo. Here is what i get:
Checking for curl or wget…found /usr/bin/curl -s -O
Checking for perl…found /usr/bin/perl
Loading log4sh logging library…
INFO - Started installation log in virtualmin-install.log
INFO - Checking for fully qualified hostname…
INFO - Hostname OK: fully qualified as dac.turnic.co.uk
INFO - Installing serial number and license key into /etc/virtualmin-license
INFO - Loading OS selection library…
INFO - Download of http://software.virtualmin.com/lib/oschooser.pl Succeeded.
INFO - Loading OS list…
INFO - Download of http://software.virtualmin.com/lib/os_list.txt Succeeded.
INFO - Operating system name: Gentoo Linux
INFO - Operating system version: Any version
INFO - Installing virtualmin-release package for Gentoo Linux Any version…
INFO - Your OS is not currently supported by this installer.
INFO - You may be able to run Virtualmin Professional on your system, anyway,
INFO - but you’ll have to install it using the manual installation process.
INFO - Refer to Chapter 2 of the Virtualmin Administrator’s Guide for more
INFO - information. You may also wish to open a customer support issue so
INFO - that we can guide you through the process–depending on your needs
INFO - and environment, it can be rather complex.
INFO - Attempting to trick this automatic installation script into running
INFO - is almost certainly a really bad idea. Platform support requires
INFO - numerous custom binary executables. Those packages will almost
INFO - certainly fail to run, or worse, on any platform other than the one
INFO - they were built for.
How I am going to solve this.