>That's great! Thanks everyone. This is simply one of
>the most responsive user communities in Open Source.
I have switched off to using Dag for my CentOS/Webmin updates. He does a
few tweaks specific to the OS. He does run behind the official realeases
by varying times. The beauty though, I have him listed in my yum.conf
file, so yum update pulls the latest dag release when available. (this
will pull some other updates as well, but I've been exceptionally happy
with all of Dag's work and trust it to production servers)
One does have to be warned though, if you are using the RPM from the
webmin site, then switch to Dag's will save all of your module configs
and replace them with new configs. So, you either get to go hash through
to find the changes, or basically start new with all the module
configs.. a bit of a pain, but I'm sure it was done for some good reason.
So, just be prepared should you go this route. yum will provide a list
of all the files saved and replaced during the update. User configs are
left alone and vadmin configs are left alone as it is an additional
module installed within webmin and not in the dag rpm.
This would hold true for all versions of EL3 and EL4 and likely EL2.1,
for CentOS, Redhat, Whitebox, etc.