Virtualmin Pro for Bullseye Debian 11

I would like to know when Virtualmin Pro would be available for Debian 11. I need to setup a new server with Virtualmin Pro. However it seems that the pro repository isn´t available yet.

Does anybody know when it will be possible to upgrade to Pro version? We actually need to do the setup of the new server soon.


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Err:5 virtualmin Release
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OS type and version Debian 11
Webmin version 1.994
Virtualmin version 7.1-1

It’s in Beta right now.

Meaning what in time?

You are welcome to take some insignificant risk and install it using development version of script, which should work just fine. Before installing, and after downloading linked script, replace SERIAL and KEY with those purchased ones, which can be found in → My Account → Software Licenses page.

I have version 6 of virtualmin installed, but I would need the debian 11 repos, it would be this script, for sure on a production server with debian 11 and virtualmin 6 already installed

Hi, if this problem still exists, I have a solution found.
Change the uri in the entry within /etc/apt/sources.list.d/virtualmin.list.
In my case is the entry then
deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/debian-virtualmin-7.gpg] virtualmin main
Then upgrade to pro as within Software Licenses FAQ – Virtualmin described.

It would be better to use devel version of VIrtualmin 7 script with Debian 11, rather than changing repos manually.

OK, but if the installation with the gpl script is already been executed is the changing of the apt source faster, or not?
What ist so better on the use of the development script?

If it was already installed, you could use mentioned pre-release (devel) version of the script and run it with --setup param to setup repos and exit. You may need to edit the script manually and put your actual SERIAL and KEY in it. Afterwards running apt-get upgrade should install Virtualmin Pro on your system.

Currently there is a bug in Virtualmin GPL that will prevent upgrades from GPL to Pro version using UI. It will be fixed in the next Virtualmin release.

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