From: John Poltorak <jp@wa...> - 2005-03-19 22:52:46
It's a number of weeks since I last tried, but I have been unable to add a
new OS to the Apache Webmin (or any other) module after spending many
hours trying to figure it out.
Can someone explain, in simple steps, what I need to do?
From: Martin Mewes <mm@me...> - 2005-03-19 23:22:32
John Poltorak <jp@...> wrote :
> It's a number of weeks since I last tried, but I have been unable to
> add a new OS to the Apache Webmin (or any other) module after
> spending many hours trying to figure it out.
os_support=solaris redhat-linux mandrake-linux debian-linux
slackware-linux suse-linux united-linux aix hpux freebsd osf1 irix
unixware openserver macos open-linux turbo-linux openbsd corel-linux
cobalt-linux lfs-linux netbsd msc-linux generic-linux gentoo-linux
trustix-linux sol-linux coherent-linux
Look into "os_list.txt" in the root of your webmin-installation.
There you will find the exact list of all systems webmin is able to
The OS is extracted via lookup into things like /etc/release or it is
only mentioned looking at uname etcpp.
If your OS is listed in that file, but not listed in module.info, you
may either found a bug or the apache module is not compatible with the
apache of this particular OS. So you may add the string of your OS to
that list and see what happens.
If your OS is not part of "os_list.txt" you'll need to look into similar
files liekt /etc/release etcpp and then compile a new line for
"os_list.txt" suiting your OS to its best.
In the end, if you can get your OS into webmin, please leave a message
here, so this OS can be added to webmin :-) If you need help, please
tell us, what your OS is. We may can help you out.
bis dahin / kind regards