That all looks correct to me.. But does your module have a module.info file?
If not it will not appear in the main menu, even if in the ACL.
Bek Oberin <gossamer@...> wrote ..
> From the FM we have:
> When you first create a new module, it will not be in the ACL of any
> Webmin user and so you will not be able to see it in the main menu.
> make your module visible, you must either edit the file
> /etc/webmin/webmin.acl, or use the Webmin Users module to grant
> yourself access.
> My module's called ipfw and /etc/webmin/webmin.acl now looks like
> admin: [edited]
> gossamer: ipfw
> But STILL after I restarted the webserver I can't see ipfw under
> gossamer's modules. She shows up with nothing.
> Where can I find the darn logs to see what's going on? Not
> through the log viewer, but the ACTUAL logs.
> : Usual state: (e) None of the above.
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Jamie Cameron wrote:
> That all looks correct to me.. But does your module have a module.info file?
> If not it will not appear in the main menu, even if in the ACL.
Argh. I had carefully created it. ... as module.conf.
My linux background is showing itself in Freudian ways.
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