I installed Virtualmin GPL around March using the automated install.sh, and since then have upgraded to the latest version using the built-in Virtualmin update page. (OS: CentOS 5.2 on a Linode)
However, I recently set up another server using install.sh, and found that the new version actually did a lot more--most notably, it added /etc/yum.repos.d/virtualmin.repo, and a lot of updates can be done using Yum. There's also minor differences like: [ul][li]a lot more modules in the newer setup (e.g. existence of Virtualmin Package Updates under Webmin->System)[/li] [li]Usermin automatically installed[/li] [li]subtly different interface (longer bars on the front System Info page, no icons on DNS zone page)[/li] [/ul]
I'm confused as to why these discrepancies exist, even though both are running the latest Virtualmin 3.62.gpl. How can I safely migrate my older install to use the newer setup? It would very nice to be able to use the Virtualmin Yum repository and get these other extra features as well.