If webmin is not starting by default on your computer you need to create a script in your /etc/init.d with this content, call the script webmin #!/bin/sh # chkconfig: 235 99 RFCat_vk_01 0 21 Nov 2009 8:09 AM In reply to sergeyvo: Hi,ifyouareusingtheproxy,dependsonthemodeyouareusingwhatyouneedtodotoaccesswebadmin.basicallythedefaultissomethinglike192.168.100.1:4444YourIEneedstohavealineinthebypassfunctionof192.168.100orinfirefox192.168.100.0/24.Iusethesesettingswiththehttpproxyinstandardmode.Ihavebuilt/rebuiltmanyASGsoftheyearssinceIstartedusinghteAstarosoftwareandithasalwaysbeenhttps://192.168.100.1:4444.Iyouarehavingtroublefromafreshbuildyoudon'tneedtochangetheproxysettingsuntilyoudoyourrestore.IanMIanM sergeyvo 0 21 Nov 2009 8:39 AM HiIan! Writing to multiple files with cat Let me tell you a little about myself Is Pluto a "proto-planet"? thanks Gipsy25January 24th, 2010, 07:17 AM(update) I did some more research on what was suggested, (repositories), and i added the webmin repo in the /etc/apt/sources.list but i am still having the
By default the module will list all of the databases on your system on the main page, even if some are not actually usable by the logged-in user. The upper bound depends on the number of concurrent RPC operations, but opening the range 10000 to 10010 should be enough when configuring the firewall between two Webmin servers. Check and see if port 10000 is Webmin GUI? Following Eric's suggestion fixed it for me.
If you are using xinetd instead of inetd, follow these steps instead : Stop webmin with the command /etc/webmin/stop Add the line inetd=1 to /etc/webmin/miniserv.conf Remove the line session=1 from /etc/webmin/miniserv.conf Because the root user on many system does not have the current directory in his path, just typing setup.sh will not work. share|improve this answer answered Apr 20 '15 at 15:53 24x7servermanagement 1,685147 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Port 10000 is listening so, so you either have a Webmin installation Why didn't "spiel" get spelled with an "sh"?
thanks. –railguage48 Nov 12 '11 at 21:21 I tried 'localhost:10000' and 'locahost:10000' and they both returned the same unable to connect response. Storing passwords in access-restricted Google spreadsheets? In the Webmin Users module, create a new user called something like unixer, with access to the modules that you want all your Unix users to have access to. Webmin Not Working Centos 7 Why is my domain.com using the webmin's port?
S 00:01 0:00 /usr/bin/perl /usr/libexec/webmin/miniserv.pl /etc/webmin/miniserv.conf root 5617 0.0 0.2 35428 5108 ? Webmin Connection Refused Installing from the panel ALWAYS fails (centos and ubuntu), so it suggest using "perl -MCPAN -e shell" If the first time going there, you are prompted a few things , and I go back to: Webmin>>System>>Bootup and Shutdown Then went down to "Webmin" , it shows it is still not set to start at boot. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/29750502/unable-to-access-webmin-through-browser My browser complains about the Webmin certificate when in SSL mode This happens because the default SSL certificate that is generated by webmin is not issued by a recognized certificate authority.
What could cause humanity to migrate from land to water? Webmin Not Working After Update Should I be concerned about "security"? How can I change Webmin's list of allowed IP addresses from the shell? Log in or register to post comments
sergeyvo 0 20 Nov 2009 3:37 PM GreetingstoAll! https://www.turnkeylinux.org/forum/support/20081111/webmin-lamp-stack I have since found that the messages have stopped appearing though I done nothing specific to achieve this (apart from applying a couple more Ubuntu updates). Webmin Not Working On Port 10000 share|improve this answer answered Sep 14 '09 at 16:13 Sven♦ 66k8103145 Yes, trying https://localhost:10000 with wget grabs the regular login page. Can't Access Webmin After Install Yes, this can be done with some configuration.
it seems to me that i am doing it right: I did it the way you told me to, prior to that i followed instructions on the website ... The alternative is to login as root via SSH, and manually edit the firewall configuration file. This is under webmin configuration>IP access control. Ss 12:36 0:02 /usr/bin/perl /usr/libexec/webmin/miniserv.pl /etc/webmin/miniserv.conf root 9445 0.0 0.0 34564 740 ? Webmin Default Url
After killing and restarting Webmin, you can use the logs in /var/webmin/miniserv.log to figure out what it is that's going on within Webmin. -Eric Log in or register to post comments see if it works that way... (I will let you know) Thanks for trying to help ... :) I found this link but i dont know if this is correct: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=2876859&group_id=17457&atid=117457 Re-generate all reports. Just run the command /etc/webmin/uninstall.sh .
Alphabetically permute a string 5 Favorite Letters My boss asks me to stop writing small functions and do everything in the same loop Problem understanding code Do n and n^3 have Localhost 10000 If you want to be really sure that the Webmin server you are connecting to is really your own, the only solution is to order a certificate from an authority like So i stopped it then restarted it: ( /etc/init.d/webmin stop ) then a start ( /etc/init.d/webmin start ).
Did the Gang of Four thoroughly explore "Pattern Space"? By default, Solaris doesn't allow packages to be upgraded. If it matters, right now I have only two: root 9443 0.0 0.1 34720 2396 ? Webmin Refused To Connect Any kind of help would be appreciated.
I am not sure of what it means to turn https on. ... What should I do about this security issue? Many other modules can also be configured in a similar way to restrict the access of a user to only certain DNS domains, Unix users or mail aliases. Log in or register to post comments #2 Sat, 04/02/2011 - 14:39 andreychek Howdy, There may be a "stuck" Webmin process.
am i missing something ?? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Cheers-Bob Dawley 0 18 Nov 2009 4:23 PM In reply to BAlfson: Thelocalproxybypassoptionnolongeriseffectivewiththenewwebadmin.Workedwellinthepast. Gipsy25January 24th, 2010, 08:28 AMThat is correct, as stated on your previous post.
Also, there are some actions in Webmin that are more CPU intensive than others. That'sall. The paths differ on my system, since I use an Ubuntu and you probably don't, but still you should be seeing one miniserv from Webmin and one from Usermin, like so: Somehow the UFW firewall hadn't given any problems during the installation of Webmin.