Webmin version 1.770 is now available, but you are running version 1.760.

Similarly to https://www.virtualmin.com/node/38421 I don't believe there is a real need to make Virtualmin admins to actually click the button on "Webmin version 1.770 is now available, but you are running version 1.760." like messages. It would be much better to include this to "yum update" command.

When there is a Virtualmin update it is always recommended to upgrade. In fact we always anticipate new Virtualmin upgrades to get all the changes and features requests as soon as possible. And it is extremely inconvenient to go through each Virtualmin server to physically press those buttons, especially when you administer lot's of servers.

If Virtualmin was designed for the convenient use by hosting companies, this should be updated automatically.



Quote from https://virtualmin.com/node/38421, which is also true for this one:

And then there is very simple solution: make an option in Virtualmin configurations to auto-update this feature or not so per users preference. For hosting companies administering hundreds of Virtualmin servers this will be a great time-saving feature. And it will be their risk if they want to configure to "Yes". And if you think some people really love your really useless warnings then let them choose "No". Why to impose some notifications by force?!

Thanks -- there is a bug where this notice occurs when it shouldn't. It should not show up any time Webmin and Virtualmin are both installed.

Jamie is correcting this in the next Webmin release.