On Thursday 26 April 2007 07:10, Jamie Cameron wrote:
> On 25/Apr/2007 20:00 Munzir Taha (=D9=85=D9=86=D8=B0=D8=B1 =D8=B7=D9=87=
) wrote ..
> > Hi,
> > I just installed
> > http://download.webmin.com/download/virtualmin/virtual-server-3.39.gpl.=
> > And when I click "Re-check and refresh configuration" for virtualmin
> > module I
> > got:
> > "The status of your system is being checked to ensure that all enabled
> > features are available, that the mail server is properly configured, and
> > that
> > quotas are active ..
> > The Network Configuration module is not supported on your operati=
> > system. Virtualmin needs this module to manage virtual network
> > interfaces.
> > .. your system is not ready for use by Virtualmin."
> > The status shows:
> > Apache Webserver Not Running
> > BIND DNS Server Not Running
> > Mail Server Not Running
> > MySQL Database Server Not Running
> > Though they are all running.
> > Also, when I open "Shared IP Addresses" I got:
> > This page displays existing shared IP addresses on the system, and allo=
> > you
> > to enter others that can be used by multiple virtual servers.
> > IP addresses shared by virtual servers
> > HTTP/1.0 500 Perl execution failed Server: MiniServ/0.01 Date: Thu, 26
> > Apr
> > 2007 02:51:55 GMT Content-type: text/html Connection: close
> > Error - Perl execution failed
> > Undefined subroutine &net::active_interfaces called at
> > virtual-server-lib-funcs.pl line 2292.
> > Thanks and I know I would find a fanatic support as usual.
> The real problem here is that Webmin 1.340 doesn't detect RHEL 5
> properly. The fix is to un-install Webmin 1.340, and then install
> the 1.343 development version from http://www.webmin.com/devel.html .
> Then install Virtualmin.
> Let me know of any errors or problems you run into, as I haven't
> tested extensively on RHEL 5 yet ..
> - Jamie
Sorry I forgot to tell you that the version I have installed is already
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