I’ve rolled out version 7.1 of the Virtualmin virtual-server module. This is a primarily a bugfix release, addressing a few problems found in the 7.0-4 (and subsequent testing releases) version. It should now correctly handle cleaning up the mess when disabling mod_php, among other minor bugfixes.
Changes since 7.0
Fix a bug upon disabling mod_php
Fix quota test when installing scripts
Fix not to apply self-signed certificate in post-install wizard
Fix to test that a domain name cannot be an IP
Fix to support detection of a new Debian/Ubuntu repo key format
Fix MariaDB error upon wizard setup on RHEL 8.5 and derivatives
Fix MariaDB bug upon virtual server restore
Fix not to call before/after functions when using a cloud DNS provider
Fix to improve detection of default IPv6 address
Fix not to email about scripts which cannot be upgraded
Well, that was a bad idea. You have a very incomplete system. But, if you’re happy with it, I guess that’s all that matters.
You can get the package from the same place you got it originally. Or you can add our apt repos (running the install script with the --setup flag will do that without installing anything or changing your config, running install.sh to actually perform an install is not safe on a production system, but for just setting up the repos, it is fine).
Maybe it was a bad idea to use without the installation script, but the last time I used it, I followed the procedure to install the minimum, since I didn’t want unnecessary things and suddenly I had a lot of things installed without my authorization…
The virtual-server module is not the installer. It’s a module in Webmin. The current stable release of the Virtualmin installer is 6.2.2.
No one has ever said the installer supports RHEL 9. Not even the beta one. The installer on the Download page supports RHEL 8. It’ll be at least another week or two before we’ve had a chance to make RHEL 9 work.
We have a beta that has been linked a few times in the forums that supports Alma 8 and Rocky 8 (kinda, though it’s quirky on Alma, and we haven’t figured out why yet).
i am completly confused, the repo seems not working for me and the installer say it does not support debian11
# License and version
# Currently supported systems:
supported=" CentOS/RHEL Linux 7, and 8 on x86_64
Debian 9, and 10 on i386 and amd64
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, 18.04 LTS, and 20.04 LTS on i386 and amd64"
well this “virtulamin 7” != “virtualmin 7 module” is rather confusing to say the least to me, sorry for that.
Yes Jost2 i saw this thread earlier but there is a nomenclature that i didnt (and still dont) grasp in the versioning and the “version 7”+debian 11. I was pretty sure the v7 repo worked and that virtualmin 7 was out but seems neither are so i mistaken something for something else i guess
i will just wait for the new installer then. Have a nice day !
I have a Ubuntu 16.04 LTS production server with Virtualmin 6.17-3 installed. I do not see the option to update to 7.1, but Virtualmin is flagged as “out of date” on the dashboard. Any tips to discover the latest package?