Coinciding roughly with the Virtualmin release, I also rolled in the latest versions of Webmin and Usermin (it’s still not in the GPL Debian/Ubuntu repos, but will be within the next five to ten minutes).
Changes in Webmin since 1.500:
- Package updates are now fetched more efficiently from YUM and APT.
- Czech and Brazillian Portuguese updates, thanks to Karel Hudan and Djavan Fagundes respectively.
- The Webmin RPM now preserves the /etc/webmin directory when un-installed and then re-installed.
- Added support for creating EXT4 filesystems in the RAID, LVM and disk partitions modules.
- SATA drives using SCSI emulation on Linux now show up with SATA as the description.
- Collation order and InnoDB support in the MySQL module.
- Buttons to rename a chain and move rules in the Linux Firewall module.
- Disk space monitoring by percentage of free space in the System and Server Status module.
- Friendler inputs for changing the size of an existing LV in the Logical Volume Management module.
- Support for new NSEC3 algorithms for DNSSEC in the BIND module.
- Many more fixes and new features.
And changes in Usermin since 1.430:
- Links in HTML email are now opened in new windows.
- When showing the mail list, use the most common character for the page, so subject lines show up correctly.
- Quick autoreply and forward setup pages now only show un-conditional rules.
As always let us know if you run into any problems with the new versions.