#1138 1.080 won't upgrade to 1.090!


OS is debian, upgraded to testing version. (not unstable).
I am doing an upgrade of 1.080 version, but can't do it,
because of this error (when i am trying to install Latest
version from www.webmin.com)

No package signature verification done.

Running setup.sh script to upgrade Webmin .. Please
wait a minute until it is complete before continuing.

HTTP/1.0 500 Perl execution failed
Server: MiniServ/0.01
Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 19:55:26 GMT
Content-type: text/html
Connection: close

Error - Perl execution failed
Undefined subroutine &proc::safe_process_exec called
at /usr/share/webmin/webmin/upgrade.cgi line 378.

mmr@centras.lt please mail me what should i do,


  • kazkas

    kazkas - 2003-05-20
    • priority: 5 --> 9
    • assigned_to: nobody --> jcameron
  • Jamie Cameron

    Jamie Cameron - 2003-05-20
    • status: open --> closed
  • Jamie Cameron

    Jamie Cameron - 2003-05-20

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    If you originally installed webmin using apt-get , then
    upgrading from within webmin will not work properly as it
    downloads the latest tar.gz package. You need to wait until
    debian releases a 1.090 package of webmin, or un-install it
    completely and install the .tar.gz version from
    www.webmin.com instead.

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    hello, thanks for a reply,
    you say that i should wait until debian makes a package with
    1.090 version.
    but i want to install some module now, ant it tells me that
    module can be
    if webmin version is 1.090.

    so,that means that i can't install new modules (and the 1.090
    version of webmin), until .deb package is released?

    maybe you know when it is going to be released?

  • Jamie Cameron

    Jamie Cameron - 2003-05-22

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    Yes, you will need to wait for the 1.090 debian package to
    come out.
    However, if you just want to install a single module, I
    think that debian packages each one separately. So you can run

    apt-get install webmin-mysql

    or whatever one you want.


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