webmin module installed but hidden from view

for 3 hours i’m searching on the forums, here and on the webmins’s forum from sourceforge and i didn’t find a clear answer for my problem, so, i’m trying to install a webmin module: virtualmin dav and here is the output of the operation:
Downloading http://www.webmin.com/download/plugins/virtualmin-dav.wbm.gz (328 bytes) …
Downloading http://download.webmin.com/download/plugins/virtualmin-dav.wbm.gz (12104 bytes) …
Received 1024 bytes (8 %)
Received 2048 bytes (16 %)
Received 3072 bytes (25 %)
Received 4096 bytes (33 %)
Received 5120 bytes (42 %)
Received 6144 bytes (50 %)
Received 8192 bytes (67 %)
Received 9216 bytes (76 %)
Received 10240 bytes (84 %)
Received 11264 bytes (93 %)
Received 12104 bytes (100 %)
… download complete.
The following modules have been successfully installed and added to your access control list :
Virtualmin DAV in /usr/libexec/webmin/virtualmin-dav (100 kB), hidden from view

my great problem is that this module i cannot acces it from nowhere in webmin or virtualmin, why is hidden?

ps:and i need this module like air, cose i’m trying to add a user with dav acces and virtualmin sayis that the user is allready added in dav access list, how can i see the user acces list for dav ?


i found both problems… thous where in front of me…

1- any module witch installs but it is marked as hidden, can be corrected this “small” problem, go to: /usr/libexec/webmin/[module name]/module.info (file) and set in the line of the option hidden “0” (1 means yes, 0 means no);

2- all users and their passwords are stored into a file named “dav.digest.passwd” in your home base directori of your domain like “/home/{DOM}/etc” and also there you can see also another files, look inside thous file…

Also into the “/home/{DOM}/” directory you can find another cute files like “.awstats-htpasswd” and “.stats-htpasswd” you know this files…

and Evrika…

now if you think this post is useless, you can delete it… i heaved solved my problems … but i think this post can help others as blind as mine or as uninitiated as me in this great and fu… world of computers.