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The default for Webmin is set at 5 attempts and then a lockout is set for 60 seconds. So if you haven't changed these defaults, you should be able to try again in 60 seconds. The login details should be what you supplied during installation. If you somehow don't remember these, try the below steps. If you are running a RedHat distribution (i.e. Fedora, ...
What is your ISP/web-host ? Since they are on Hotmail's block list, you will not be able to use your Hotmail account to send or receive emails while connected through your ISP. You could bring this to the attention of your ISP. They may already know about it, but maybe not. Send them a copy of the error message you got from the bounced email from ...
i want to be able to send email to my aus vps smtp server, and then have it pass it on to my account at my usa email provider In Postfix, configure the relayhost option: relayhost = [other.server] but they are marked as spoofed due to not actually having been sent by the domain that the email address is of This can be configured in the domain's ...
If you really want to get used to edit the config files by hand, and know more about the server configuration then go ahead and delete it. FWIW, I have never used webmin or other app like that and lived happily.
I'm in the same boat. The only reason I see for a competent Linux administrator to leave one of those panel applications in place is as a training ground for the less experienced - usually windows centric - administrators to get use to administering Linux boxes. If this is not a concern in your environment I would delete it.
A common reason for this error is missing the trailing periods on domain names. You might have something similar to mydomain.com IN NS ns1.mydomain.com. In the zone file. If so, try replaceing with mydomain.com. IN NS ns1.mydomain.com. Notice the period after mydomain.com.
See the output of the hostname command. In my case the output of the hostname command was server.mydomain.com, so there must be an "A record" for you machine's name: server.mydomain.com. IN A 10.10.10.10 where server.mydomain.com is my machine's name 10.10.10.10 is my machine's IP on which I wish to run bind(dns).
If Webmin is actually using the root password as stored in /etc/shadow, then you can sudo to root and change root's password. But if Webmin has it's own password store, and it's password just happens to be identical to the root's password, then changing root's password won't help, and you'll need to get the Webmin password from someone who knows it.
Webmin can also be configured to allow users who have sudo privileges for all actions to login as a root-level user. Browse to Webmin->Webmin Users Enable the option "Allow users who can run all commands via sudo to login as root" Save it Now you should be able to login as any user that has ALL sudo privileges. This feature was added to accommodate ...
Since I solved my original problem and no one answered my question, I'm going to answer it. The problem turned out to be an outdated firmware in my router (TP-Link TL-WR841N) that did not have the option to set an internal port in its port forwarding configuration page. A newer release does have this option though, so a simple firmware update enabled me to ...
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