Using Webmin 1.590 and Virtualmin 3.93gpl (installed from RPM) on CentOS 5.8.
I don’t see Wordpress in the list of install scripts for any of the domains on our system.
This includes a mix of domains with mod_php and FCGId for the PHP script execution mode, as I thought that might’ve had something to do with it. The server had its stock “php-*” packages replaced with the “php53-*” packages (to go from PHP 5.1 -> 5.3) but again, I don’t know if that has anything to do with it.
It seems like I’m potentially missing something very obvious—any thoughts on how to get the WP install script to show up?
Bah, I just saw https://www.virtualmin.com/node/22831 which explains that the WP install script, while mentioned in the release notes, is not actually included with the GPL version. Sorry to have missed that and added noise.
Yeah, sorry about that, it looks like WordPress was accidentally mentioned in the global changelog.
Some features do indeed trickle down into the GPL version, but the WordPress install script isn’t yet one of those
almost to put in a brand new Virtualmin upon CentOS 6, that is utilized because postal mail exchange machine. Nevertheless the concern is that we will certainly check these types of email messages with regard to unsolicited mail and also computer virus prior to they may be relayed, and so i discovered a web link beneath that is submitted in '09, and so i feel asking yourself if the setting remains legitimate ?
Will there be any kind of adjustments thus we are able to work with a Suffix as opposed to sendmail maybe or even ? May i nonetheless make use of the config using this hyperlink ?
I updated virtualmin to 5.04. Now we do not see wordPress under available script. Can you direct me to work around.