BTW, with the advent of chromebooks, which are just ideal for admins, and the lack of java on chromebooks - isn't it time to think about an alternative base for the file manager? ;)

On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 6:12 PM, Andrey Repin <> wrote:
Greetings, Webmin users list!

>> >    Yeah, I guess I will have to. Annoyingly this requires paying for an SSL
>> >    code signing cert ... fortunately it isn't too expensive.
>> Only if you want your signature to be recognized under some known trusted
>> certificate authority.

> Unfortunately it appears that the standard Java plugin will soon stop accepting
> applets that aren't signed by a trusted CA :-(

Well, for me, I AM a trusted CA :)

Andrey Repin ( 06.11.2013, <21:11>

Sorry for my terrible english...

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