Hello Just installed Virtual Min Pro/Webmin on CentOS 5.4. Everything working great with 2 exceptions:
Item 1 is a problem--The "Edit Webpages" function. I have uploaded an html file and can edit it no problem. However, when I go to Create New and Select from one of the installed Open Source Web Design templates (can see all of those) it does not create nor display---it just sits there with the "creating page test.html" (the page I created). Not listed in the directory either.
Item 2 is a question--How do I set the system to display a default "Its working" page when a new virtualserver is created. Right now there is no default index page being placed in the /public_html directory. Seems the Apache config file is a good place to start but any instructions in setting the default path there would be grand as that makes me a bit antsy to be messing around with Apache.
Submitted by JamieCameron on Fri, 11/27/2009 - 19:52 Comment #1
For question 1, which browser are you using there? This may be a problem starting the HTML editor. Also, exactly which menu items and buttons are you selecting?
For question 2, you can place your default index.html file at
/etc/skel/public_html/index.html, and it will get copied to all new domains.
Submitted by bigdogpete43 on Sat, 11/28/2009 - 06:01 Comment #2
Thanks for getting back. Its is Firefox 3.5.5 running on Mac OSX Leopard with 8GB RAM and various Firefox plugins.
Create hangs-- Edit works Upload works
I increased the global memory script allocation in the php.ini to 64M thinking that could be an issue. I am running a Rackspace dedicated cloud server with 1GB Ram on CentOS 5.4. Server load is minimal and its a brand new install as of about 4 days ago. Have Cloudmin installed on its sister box as a cluster controller and it does the same thing from there.
Also just tried it in Safari--same issue.
I have no access to a PC this weekend, but will check on there on Monday with various browsers. Not a major issue really just one you should be aware of.
Thanks for the info about where the skeleton files live.
Submitted by JamieCameron on Sun, 11/29/2009 - 19:06 Comment #3
So if you want to just create a new HTML page, you can enter its filename into the box next to "Create new file:", then click the "Create" button. This should then open an HTML editor for the contents of that new file.
Is that what you were doing?