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Von der Startseite aus auf "Webmin-Konfiguration" klicken, ganz unten gibt es einen Radio Button "Starte Webmin beim Booten". Auch alle anderen Einstellungen kannst Du auf der Seite verändern.
 
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palme (gast)

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Super hoffentlich funktioniert das....

Noch ne Frage die mir nie jemand beantworten konnte...

Ich hab webmin laufen und mir ist aufgefallen das php nicht installiert ist, die anleitungen die ich zur php instalation gefunden habe haben mich meistens etwas verwirrt, weil die immer mit ner installation von apache verknüpft waren und ich das ja nicht brauche.

Also kann mir vllt auch hier einer helfen wie ich nachträglich php zum laufen bekomme ??
 

Steve Urkel the REAL

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Wieder mal was Neues:

Version 1.210 (2 Jun 2005)
  • Improved the way the OS is detected at install time, so that new versions will be automatically supported.
  • Added the Solaris Zones module, for creating and managing virtual systems on Solaris 10 hosts.
  • Added the RBAC and Projects module, for advanced user access control configuration on Solaris systems. Webmin's own access control system how also has an option to load restrictions from RBAC, so that allowed modules and ACLs can be distributed across multiple servers.
  • Several major changes in the BIND module, including support for multiple remote slave servers, batch zone creation, easier deletion of multiple zones, and caching to speed up systems with a large number of domains.
  • The IPfilter and BSD Firewall modules now support distribution of firewall rules to multiple hosts, using Webmin clustering. The IPfilter module can now also manage NAT rules.
  • Different SSL certificates for virtual IP interfaces can be specified in the Webmin and Usermin modules, for sites doing SSL virtual hosting.
  • The Fetchmail module now supports checking of all users' mail by a single scheduled job.
  • View the detailed change log.

Steve
 

DerDaniel

Herzlich willkommen!
ob es ein addon für glFTPd gibt weiss niemand oder ??
weil google mir da ned helfen kann wollt ich mal nachfragen.
MfG

Daniel
 

DerDaniel

Herzlich willkommen!
okay, danke dir :)

hatte dort auch schonmal nachgeschaut, allerdings nichts gefunden.

aber wie du schon sagtest, ich werd dort öfters mal vorbeischauen

Daniel
 

Steve Urkel the REAL

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Es gibt mal wieder ein Update:

Version 1.220 (15 Jul 2005)

  • Increased the speed of Webmin configuration reloads done by the Webmin Users and Webmin Configuration module. This also prevents any down-time while the config is being re-read.
  • Improved the timeout detection in HTTP requests, to reduce the ability of incorrect or malicious clients to tie up the Webmin webserver process.
  • Enhanced the Unix User Authentication feature to allow different users and group members to be treated as different Webmin users.
  • Added a page to automatically setup RNDC in the BIND module, and improved the page for configuring allowed RNDC connections.
  • Added access control to the LDAP module, and the ability to delete multiple users and groups at once.
  • Added the ability to lock or un-lock multiple users and groups at once in the LDAP and system Users and Groups modules.
  • Added buttons in the MySQL and PostgreSQL modules to drop multiple tables and databases at once.
  • The Disk Quotas module now shows quotas with selectable units, instead of always using kilobytes.
  • View the detailed change log.
Steve
 

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Und wieder ein Update:

Version 1.230 (20 Sep 2005)
  • Fixed a security hole that allows a remote attack if the 'Support full PAM conversations?' option is enabled in the Webmin Configuration module. Thanks to JPCERT for finding this bug.
  • Worked around a problem that could cause the loss of the /etc/webmin directory when upgrading from a Webmin RPM from another vendor.
  • Added basic support for installing on Windows systems, using the new setup.pl script. This should be considered alpha-quality code at the moment.
  • The Backup Configuration Files module can now backup the Webmin config file associated with a module, and a list of other arbitary files.
  • The Cron module allows a start and end date to be specified for jobs.
  • Added support for SQL queries and updates to the Custom Commands module.
  • The Protected Web Directories module now support digest format password files, which are more secure.
  • The MySQL and PostgreSQL modules support deleting multiple databases, tables, users, groups and permissions at once. They also handle large numbers of tables and databases better by displaying a search form instead of a huge list or table of icons.
  • Added cross-monitor dependencies and support for deleting multiple monitors at once to the System and Server Status module.
  • View the detailed change log.
Steve
 

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Während meines Urlaubs gab es wieder ein kleines Update:

Version 1.240 (18 Oct 2005)
  • Added a module for configuring the popular Dovecot IMAP/POP3 server.
  • Enhanced the Custom Commands module to support running commands on multiple Webmin servers at once.
  • Added a CSV import feature to the PostgreSQL module, and enhanced the CSV export feature to allow selection of columns to include.
  • The Sendmail, Postfix and Qmail modules now all prompt for confirmation before deleting messages from the mail queue.
  • The idle automatic logout time can be configured on a per-user basis in the Webmin Users and Usermin Configuration modules.
  • View the detailed change log.
Steve
 

Steve Urkel the REAL

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Wiedermal ein Update:

Version 1.250 (30 Nov 2005)
  • Fixed a possible remotely exploitable security hole caused by a bug in Perl.
  • Multiple DNS records and Cron jobs can now be deleted at once in their respective modules.
  • Apache define variables are automatically detected on Redhat, SuSE and Mandrake Linux.
  • The Dovecot module now supports the config format used by version 1.0.
  • The File Manager module can search for files by their content, and preview images.
  • Added options to the Sendmail module for controlling the order in which the mail queue is processes and flushed.
  • View the detailed change log.
Steve
 

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Es gibt mal wieder was Neues:

Version 1.260 (30 Jan 2006)
  • Multiple Webmin users and groups can be deleted at once.
  • The Apache module now has a Module Config option to suport Debian's /etc/apache/sites-enabled directory.
  • Added manual config file editing to the BIND, Dovecot, Postfix, Samba and SSH Server modules.
  • All the mail server modules have Module Config options to show aliases and other tables in one column instead of two.
  • Multiple Perl modules can be deleted or upgraded at once.
  • Multiple Cron jobs can be enabled or disabled at once.
  • The File Manager module can show small previews of GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, PDF and Postscript images, scaled down on the server side.
  • The Bootup and Shutdown module uses the chkconfig command to enabled and disable actions, where installed.
  • The MySQL module can edit server settings in the my.cnf module.
  • View the detailed change log.
 

Q_len

fühlt sich hier wohl
autostart / init.d

hallo

ein wirklich tolles programm, schade dass ich das erst jetzt kennen lerne


nur mit 'Starte Webmin beim booten' klappt etwas nicht, denn

der eintrag ist bei den Runlevels mit einem stern (*) versehen was bedeutet:

"Ein Sternchen (*) hinter einem Dienststatus bedeutet, dass der Dienst aktiviert ist, jedoch nicht läuft"

also muß ich den dienst doch händisch starten und nach einem reboot ist der dienst wieder aktiviert, läuft jedoch nicht :eek:

hmm, wie mach ichs richtig?
 

Q_len

fühlt sich hier wohl
runlevel-editor

diesen habe ich bereits benutzt, deshalb die kennzeichnung mit dem stern - (SUSE 10.0)

also: der Dienst ist aktiv, jedoch nicht gestartet.

starte ich den dienst jetzt im runlevel-editor läuft er problemlos bis zum reboot

starte ich in /etc/init.d/./webmin start läuft er auch bis zum reboot

diesen satz verstehe ich nicht, dadurch ist mir ein 'beheben' nicht möglich:

im runlevel-editor:

"Ein Sternchen (*) hinter einem Dienststatus bedeutet, dass der Dienst aktiviert ist, jedoch nicht läuft"

ich muß den dienst quasi durchstarten? :ROFLMAO:
 

Steve Urkel the REAL

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Wieder einmal ein Update:

Version 1.270 (4 Apr 2006)
  • Added the Syslog-NG module, for configuring this syslog replacement that is now standard on SuSE Linux.
  • Added the MIME Type Programs module, for editing the /etc/mailcap file.
  • In the BIND module, added support for large zone files (thanks to Walgreens), mass automatic reverse record deletion, and several cluster slave improvemnets.
  • Added support for FreeBSD rc.d scripts to the Bootup and Shutdown module.
  • Implemented support for managing indexes in the MySQL module.
  • Implemented support for managing indexes, views and sequences in the PostgreSQL module.
  • Added the ability to update multiple user and group quotas at once.
  • Updated the System Logs module to allow viewing of logs from other modules, such as the MySQL error log and Squid cache log.
  • View the detailed change log.
Steve
 

Steve Urkel the REAL

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Es gibt mal wieder eine Update:

Version 1.280 (16 June 2006)
  • Added the Simple Blue theme, a less graphics-heavy design which may eventually become the default. This theme takes advantage of changes in many modules to use highlighting on table rows.
  • Updated the Apache module to support version 2.2.0.
  • Updated the various operating-specific NFS server modules to support mass deletion of exports, and to internationalize those that were using hard-coded text strings.
  • Updated various modules to allow deletion of multiple objects (such as table fields, Samba shares, PostgreSQL grants, Squid ACLs and so on) at once.
  • Added configuration options to the Read User Mail module for the date format, pager arrow locations, timezone and separate message window mode.
  • Updated the MySQL module to support views in MySQL version 5.
  • Enhanced the System and Server Status module to allow the selection of multiple hosts for each monitor, added a monitor type for testing an SQL server, and updated the Network Traffic monitor to support FreeBSD.
  • View the detailed change log
Steve
 

Steve Urkel the REAL

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Sagte ich schon, dass es mal wieder etwas Neues gibt? ;)

Version 1.290 (29 June 2006)
  • Fixed a security hole that would allow a remote attacker to view any file on the system.
  • Added the LDAP Client module, for setting up a Linux system to get users and groups from an LDAP server.
  • Added support for sending email when a group is over quota to the Disk Quotas module.
  • Several other small fixes for bugs found since 1.280.
  • View the detailed change log.
Steve
 
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