Installed via http link and Webmin which was already running perfectly on my system (Debian 4).
Once I'd got Virtualmin installed I had to log out to get it to show in the Webmin Servers section then I activated it and set the user to root. Imported an existing virtual server test.mydomain.com and logged out as I wanted to see what effect switching the VS over to be handled by Virtualmin would have on what I could see in Webmin. Relogged in and found I've got almost no access to any part of Webmin any more... and it logs in by default to test.mydomain.com instead of mydomain.com even though the browser url is set to mydomain.com:10000!
Root user now only has access to a limited subset of Webmin (Change Language and Theme), System (change pass, run process, scheduled commands, schedule cron job), Servers (Apache and Virtual Email) and finally Other (File Manager, Protected Web Directories and SSH/Telnet).
I immediately thought about uninstalling it except I Googled and can't find anything to tell me how to do that and get my old Webmin features back. Read the uninstall hint here but it says it will uninstall Virtualmin, Webmin and Usermin and I don't want that.
Searched here and googled for info on how to set root user up so it had TOTAL access to EVERYTHING... can't find anything on that either.
I'm assuming the root.acl file plus something else manages all of this interaction between root user and Webmin with Virtualmin and that somewhere there is a way of fixing my problem... but I can't even find anything that describes each of the settings listed in root.acl...
So where do I go from here?... any pointers to help files, lists of settings etc gratefully received. Would deleting the root.acl file return control to the Webmin root user?