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From: Daniel Woods (dwoodsucalgary.ca)
Date: Mon Jan 29 2001 - 15:35:20 CST
> > > Package name: webmin
> > > Date: January 26th, 2001
> > > Advisory ID: MDKSA-2001:016
> > >
> > > Affected versions: 7.1, 7.2, Corporate Server 1.0.1
> > > ________________________________________________________________________
> > >
> > > Linux-Mandrake 7.2:
> > > ee5ced113e1edeed496bd540fc3d7ed3 7.2/RPMS/webmin-0.84-1.1mdk.noarch.rpm
> > > 9c66c3a3a0e2b201c38e6e2fcf918a8b 7.2/SRPMS/webmin-0.84-1.1mdk.src.rpm
> > I tried updating the 7.2 version on top of LM7.1 on two different servers.
> > # rpm -qa | grep webmin
> > webmin-0.80-18mdk
> > I had no problem with one, however the other one complained about...
> > # rpm -Uvh webmin-0.84-1.1mdk.noarch.rpm
> > error: failed dependencies:
> > perl-Net_SSLeay is needed by webmin-0.84-1.1mdk
> > Gettting perl-Net_SSLeay-1.05-4mdk.i586.rpm from the original 7.2 mirrors
> > and installing it before the newest webmin does solve the problem.
> You may also need openssl installed. The 7.2 rpm is built for webmin
> over ssl, while the 7.1 does not since it did not support ssl out of
> the box.
> Unless you need the ssl support, you should use the 7.1 updates for LM7.1.
I already had openssl installed because of OpenSSH.
Using webmin from 7.2 with openssl is much nicer :)
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