March 31, 2023, 8:15am
@Joe rolled out Webmin version 2.021 to all repos.
The list of improvements and fixes since version 2.013:
Add ability to set locale in Webmin Users module for consistency
Fix to preserve initial install directory when upgrading manually
Fix to preserve minimal install type when upgrading manually
Fix an error when
make_date is called on undefined value
Fix clearing packages caches before checking for updates in status collection
Update the Authentic theme to the latest version
Add full locale support
Add slave zone file format option in BIND DNS module
Add support for editing ACLs in File Manager
Add support to configure SSL connection for MySQL/MariaDB module
Add support for compressed backups in PostgreSQL module
Add support for displaying
inodes too in Disk Usage in the Dashboard Add better support for CloudLinux
Fix to always default to RSA key type in Let’s Encrypt requests
Fix setup repository script for Oracle
Fix shutdown timeout to avoid termination of running processes
Fix support for SpamAssassin 4
Fix to use system default hashing format for
Fix FastRPC issues
Update the Authentic theme to the latest version, with sped-up Dashboard performance
As always let us know of any problems you run into in a
April 1, 2023, 2:28pm
just so I’m clear — by posting this announcement on
https://virtualmin.com you are letting us know its been vetted and will work just fine with Virtualmin – VM 7.5 (wbm-virtual-server.noarch in the repo) certainly and maybe even backwards compatible all the way to 6.07 ??
Or am I too paranoid – if I can see it at the virtualmin-universal repo and install/upgrade in the usual manner, that’s all I need to know
April 1, 2023, 2:56pm
Maybe even backwards compatible all the way to 6.07
If you have Virtualmin 6 repos it should work, unless
@Joe haven’t push latest Webmin to those older repos, for some reason? If the repos you’re talking about prior Virtualmin 6, it’s expected no to work:
After the latest round of updates in the old (pre-Virtualmin 6) apt and yum repositories, those repositories have reached End of Life. There will be no more updates to any unversioned Virtualmin repository (the repositories in /vm/6 and /vm/7 will continue to be maintained, and will be until Virtualmin 8 is released, when the /vm/6 repository will reach EOL).
This means you’ll need to update your very old systems to use one of the newer repositories. It also means any very old insta…
You can always upgrade local repos to the newest ones:
April 1, 2023, 5:47pm
The packages in the Virtualmin repos are the packages we want you to use.
April 11, 2023, 5:47pm
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