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Re: Connection to Webmin



On Mon, 2004-12-13 at 21:08 -0700, Craig White wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-12-13 at 22:48 +0100, antonio montagnani wrote:
> > Some comment from a standard user that switched his systems from 
> > Microsoft .... ;-), and he is trying to learn (learning curve is very 
> > steep, indeed)
> > 
> > a) My two systems are fully firewalled and only hard wired networks
> > b) I realized that I could have a SSL connection to Webmin yesterday 
> > night when suddenly one of my Webmin refused connection if not by 
> > https:...... and SSL option was enabled (not by me, because I didn't 
> > know of this option)
> > c) this happened suddenly after upgrade from FC2 to FC3 on one system
> > d) on the other system FC3 from FC2, this afternoon I tried to enable 
> > SSL, but module was not installed: I tried to follow instructions as x 
> > Webmin site, but module installation didn't succeed, I tried to install 
> > from CPAN
> > e) If I list Perl modules on Webmin on the SSL enabled machine I do not 
> > see any Perl module for SSL.
> > f) How could I have SSL enabled Webmin on one system??
> ----
> easy way to install
> perl -MCPAN -e shell
> install Net::SSLeay
> exit

Doing it this way doesn't update the RPM database though, so if you
subsequently want to install an RPM package that requires that module,
you'll either have to install the perl-Net-SSLeay RPM anyway or use --
nodeps when installing the package. I'd always try to install things
using RPM if at all possible.

Paul.
-- 
Paul Howarth <paul city-fan org>


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