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Installing Webmin on Fedora FC1

http://dag.wieers.com/ http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=45920 http://stanton-finley.net/fedora_core_3_installation_notes.html#Yum Note that for FC3 or later, instead of added to /etc/yum.conf, you add a new file /etc/fum/repos.d/dag.repo (see above links). FC1: instructions: http://dag.wieers.com/home-made/apt/FAQ.php#B 1.) Add this section to /etc/yum.conf, or create the file /etc/yum.repos.d/dag.repo with these contents:) [dag] name=Dag RPM Repository for Fedora Core baseurl=http://apt.sw.be/fedora/$releasever/en/$basearch/dag gpgcheck=1 enabled=1 2.) Add key for dag to rpm: [root@localhost etc]# rpm --import http://dag.wieers.com/packages/RPM-GPG-KEY.dag.txt 3.) Install webmin: (with the other dependencies): [root@localhost etc]# yum install webmin Gathering header information file(s) from server(s) Server: Fedora Core 1 - i386 - Base Server: Dag RPM Repository for Fedora Core Server: Fedora Core 1 - i386 - Released Updates Finding updated packages Downloading needed headers Resolving dependencies ..Dependencies resolved I will do the following: [install: webmin 1.200-1.1.fc1.rf.noarch] I will install/upgrade these to satisfy the dependencies: [deps: perl-Mon 0.11-2.1.fc1.rf.noarch] [deps: perl-Authen-PAM 0.15-1.1.fc1.rf.i386] [deps: perl-Net-SSLeay 1.25-2.1.fc1.rf.i386] [deps: perl-Convert-BER 1.31.01-1.rhfc1.dag.noarch] Is this ok [y/N]: y Getting webmin-1.200-1.1.fc1.rf.noarch.rpm webmin-1.200-1.1.fc1.rf.n 100% |=========================| 8.4 MB 00:20 Getting perl-Authen-PAM-0.15-1.1.fc1.rf.i386.rpm perl-Authen-PAM-0.15-1.1. 100% |=========================| 36 kB 00:00 Getting perl-Net-SSLeay-1.25-2.1.fc1.rf.i386.rpm perl-Net-SSLeay-1.25-2.1. 100% |=========================| 199 kB 00:00 Getting perl-Convert-BER-1.31.01-1.rhfc1.dag.noarch.rpm perl-Convert-BER-1.31.01- 100% |=========================| 34 kB 00:00 Running test transaction: Test transaction complete, Success! perl-Convert-BER 100 % done 1/5 perl-Mon 100 % done 2/5 perl-Net-SSLeay 100 % done 3/5 perl-Authen-PAM 100 % done 4/5 webmin 100 % done 5/5 Installed: webmin 1.200-1.1.fc1.rf.noarch Dep Installed: perl-Mon 0.11-2.1.fc1.rf.noarch perl-Authen-PAM 0.15-1.1.fc1.rf.i386 perl-Net-SSLeay 1.25-2.1.fc1.rf.i386 perl-Convert-BER 1.31.01-1.rhfc1.dag.noarch Transaction(s) Complete [root@localhost etc]# exit - log in to webmin. SpamAssassin control panel is located under "Servers". - add users so you don't have to log in as root in the future. - Restrict the webmin port (10000/tcp) to only certain ip addresses. On Babbage, when you log into the SA module in Webmin, and you get: SpamAssassin does not appear to be set up in the system's Procmail configuration file /etc/procmailrc, so any configuration done using this module will have no effect unless users have it set up individually.

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