I was greeted with the following message when i went to update one of my SSL certificates in Virtualmin. Error – Perl execution failed Undefined subroutine &virtual_server:: get_all_service_ssl_certs called at /usr/libexec/webmin/virtual-server/cert_form.cgi line 95. This is a nice and easy fix: simple restart webmin from the command line, on CentOS I accomplished by: service webmin restart
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I have been using google-drive-ocamlfuse for quite some time to backup my Virtualmin Virtual Servers, but finding any help setting this up for CentOS 7 in one place as far as i can see doesn’t exist. So I have taken information from 2 seperate blogs (i have linked to these below) and examples from what i had to do to get it up and running. First thing is first… We need to install it from source. You need OPAM to … Read More
I have been getting the above error: No presto meta data available REPO NAME when running yum update, all it means is that there is no delta rpm for the repo, the quickest and simplest way to make the message dissapear is to edit: /etc/yum.conf and add or change the following: deltarpm=0 To find out more about delta rpms look here (https://www.certdepot.net/rhel7-get-started-delta-rpms/)
I was getting the following error every time i ran yum update or yum install: Delta RPMs disabled because /usr/bin/applydeltarpm not installed It’s caused simply by CentOS minimal missing some packages, to find the package name run: yum provides ‘*/applydeltarpm’ To install it run: yum install deltarpm
Securing SSH with Google Authenticator (TOTP) is easy to do and adds security to your server quickly. Ill outline how to do it below: Install Google Authenticator To begin we need to install the Google Authenticator PAM module, to install it on ubuntu use the code below: sudo apt-get install libpam-google-authenticator (This will only install the PAM module we will need to activate it manually later on) Create an Authentication Key Login as the user you want to be securing … Read More
This puzzled me for a few hours before figuring it out, these are instructions for the cPanel, it’s as simple as finding the nameservers GoDaddy has set up for you. It’s a bit long-winded to find the nameservers however below i have pointed out what to do. Setup your domain in cPanel Login to your GoDaddy account Click on the + next to Domains then click on Launch On this page click the DNS button at the top then DNS … Read More
Ooops! I may have broken the links on this site when i moved servers, this is fixed now mainly because of the amount of emails i was receiving from the log checker.
I have updated the sites design after a year and a half, it looks much fresher and cleaner now 🙂
I have finally managed to find enough time to fix the mail server… In fact I have formatted the server, moving away from Cent OS and Kloxo to ISP-Control and Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) the speed improvements to far are looking great 😀 I also installed Dovecot with Postfix and Roundcube Webmail which all seems to be running perfectly… now I just need a nightly backup system… hmmmm