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I installed webmin-1.110.pkg.gz for solaris 9 x86 anyway. I have downloaded it and run the pkgadd -s <filename> and install it. everything seemed to go fine. when I try to get to it my browser and enter locahost:10000 or 127.0.0.1:10000 or my ip and :10000 I get [/ref] I fixed this before at some point but after I re-installed sol 9x86 again I can not get it to work tia...

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    Default webmin help

    I installed webmin-1.110.pkg.gz for solaris 9 x86 anyway. I have downloaded
    it and run the pkgadd -s <filename>
    and install it. everything seemed to go fine. when I try to get to it my
    browser and
    enter locahost:10000 or 127.0.0.1:10000 or my ip and :10000 I get [/ref]

    I fixed this before at some point but after I re-installed sol 9x86 again I
    can not get it to work

    tia




    NM Guest

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    On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 13:17:53 +1200, NM wrote:
     [/ref][/ref]

    You have to start the server. Find the webmin-init script and execute it.

    [webmin-0.970]# ./webmin-init &
    [1] 1436
    [webmin-0.970]# Usage: ./webmin-init { start | stop | restart }

    Dave Guest

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    Dave Uhring wrote:
     

    I am possibly missing something, but this does not *look* like
    the right way to start it...

    - Logan

    Logan Guest

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    "Logan Shaw" <rr.com> wrote in message
    news:xJ6eb.171241$austin.rr.com... 
    >
    > I am possibly missing something, but this does not *look* like
    > the right way to start it...
    >
    > - Logan[/ref]
     
    that I can not use "localhost" in the url box if I use for example
    http://localhost:10000 netscape takes to to thier search page and displays
    localhost in the search box. I have seen this before but done know how to
    fix it

    also I still get connection refused when attempting to contact
    http://127.0.0.1:10000
    same for if I use my ip and then the ip port number




    NM Guest

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    On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 16:18:50 +1200, NM wrote:
     
     [/ref]

    The blastwave package may have provided a script in /etc/init.d but it
    would function just the same way as (on my system)
    /opt/sfw/share/webmin-0.970/webmin-init. Personally I would rather the
    thing not start unless I do it manually.
     
    > that I can not use "localhost" in the url box if I use for example
    > http://localhost:10000 netscape takes to to thier search page and displays
    > localhost in the search box. I have seen this before but done know how to
    > fix it
    >
    > also I still get connection refused when attempting to contact
    > http://127.0.0.1:10000
    > same for if I use my ip and then the ip port number[/ref]

    You may need to run the setup.sh script to establish the admin's name and
    listening port. If fastrpc.cgi does not contain $port = 10000; then run
    the setup.sh script.

    Dave Guest

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    NM wrote:
     [/ref]
     
    >>
    >>I am possibly missing something, but this does not *look* like
    >>the right way to start it...[/ref][/ref]
     [/ref]

    Did you do "./webmin-init" or "./webmin-init start"? It seems like
    the second is correct, based on the usage message.

    - Logan

    Logan Guest

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    "Dave Uhring" <com> wrote in message
    news:com... 
    > [/ref]
    >
    > The blastwave package may have provided a script in /etc/init.d but it
    > would function just the same way as (on my system)
    > /opt/sfw/share/webmin-0.970/webmin-init. Personally I would rather the
    > thing not start unless I do it manually.

    > > that I can not use "localhost" in the url box if I use for example
    > > http://localhost:10000 netscape takes to to thier search page and[/ref][/ref]
    displays [/ref]
    to 
    >
    > You may need to run the setup.sh script to establish the admin's name and
    > listening port. If fastrpc.cgi does not contain $port = 10000; then run
    > the setup.sh script.
    >[/ref]

    thanks for replying man. the webmin software that I downloaded extracted to
    a pkg file so the only way for me to run it was to pkgadd -s etc etc. I dont
    know how I messed it up this time ..............LOL


    NM Guest

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    "Dave Uhring" <com> wrote in message
    news:com... 
    > [/ref]
    >
    > The blastwave package may have provided a script in /etc/init.d but it
    > would function just the same way as (on my system)
    > /opt/sfw/share/webmin-0.970/webmin-init. Personally I would rather the
    > thing not start unless I do it manually.

    > > that I can not use "localhost" in the url box if I use for example
    > > http://localhost:10000 netscape takes to to thier search page and[/ref][/ref]
    displays [/ref]
    to 
    >
    > You may need to run the setup.sh script to establish the admin's name and
    > listening port. If fastrpc.cgi does not contain $port = 10000; then run
    > the setup.sh script.
    > sorry guys for the hassle- I guess I am over tired. I went into the dir[/ref]
    where pkgadd extracted the files and ran the install.sh
    file..............and it now works fine.........

    jeepers sorry guys..............but thanks for the help I DID learn
    something today

    thanks again


    NM Guest

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