I=B9ve just reinstalled my Red Hat 7.1 server system for a variety of reasons=
I=B9ve been setting up DNS and mail services on my domain, as I had done
successfully before. I went into the =B3Extended Internet Services=B2 module i=
webmin to turn on the pop services. Which I did successfully, as I had don=
After doing this, I found that while I could successfully send mail from
another domain to an account on my server, I still could not pick up mail
from that account via the pop server. So, I went into Webmin and looked in
the =B3Extended Internet Services=B2 to see if there was a clue there as to wha=
was happening. However, when I went there, the huge list of services that
was there previously was gone. Nothing. Nada.
I have the buttons that allow me to add services but not the =B3default=B2
services that are usually there. As I am pretty new to Linux, adding
services sounds like a pretty daunting task. Anyone have any ideas on what
the problem could be? Anyone experienced this before? Thanks.
Extended Internet Services ProblemHi all,
I'm a new webmin convert running webmin 0.87 on rh 7.0 box.=20
I've been trying to create a webmin user who is a member of a unix group =
and this user should be able to view the user details (realnames, uid, =
etc.. ) of any user in his/her group, but should not be able to change =
the username and/ or home directories of any of his/her peers. This user =
should not be able to create or delete other members of the unix group.
What should I do to create such a user ? So far, I've been able to =
create a user who cannot create other users, but this user is still able =
to change usernames, home directories, and even create new users by =
changing the username of an existing user !
Thanks for your assistance. Webmin is really cool