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How to install PHP to Webmin? EASY QUESTION

Posted on 2008-09-29
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not sure how?
how can I install PHP to webmin? detailed instruction would be great!
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by:frashii
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PHP configuration is a default Webmin module.
Log into Webmin (https://ip.address.of.server:10000)
Go to the Un-used modules and configure the PHP Configuration. If it requires you to fill in some values you don't understand, attach a screenshot showing the settings.
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I am sort of lost on your question, but I am assuming that you want to have Webmin manage the global PHP configuration. The step above might be slightly different as Webmin can have different skins and the default is quite often set by package maintainers.
If you need more help with the actual configuration in addition to the screenshot above:
Which distro of Linux are you using ? (Debian, Ubuntu, Redhat, Slackware, etc)
How did you install Webmin ? (Distro package tools, RPM or DEB file from the Webmin website, magic)
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by:MadShiva
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Hi !

With this script,you've all you need to install webmin and the module apache for webmin.

Best Regards


PS: II do not have try the script, if I didn't make an error it should work.

For run the script :

sh Install-Webmin.sh  (rename the file to .sh)


Install-Webmin.txt
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Madshiva,

I am not in the habit of nay-saying another Expert's comment, please do not see this as an attack!

That script will only work if he is using a version of Linux that uses apt-get/aptitude (ie. Redhat/CentOS/Fedora, Solaris will fail) and even then he must be running Sarge (old-stable, ie. not current) as Webmin was pulled from Debian etch (The most recent version of Debian). I've sucessfully used the sarge deb packages from Ebmin on Etch, but it is messy can can cause packacge conflicts).

Marc


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by:MadShiva
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Hi Marc,

Yes is correct for that he need to have a version of Linux that uses apt-get. But i don't think webmin was not pulled from Debian etch. I still don't have the package webmin from the etch source.

We will see what version it a.


Best Regards
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by:kamileris
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well I end up paying some guy to install the php for me here i am just sharing the points
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by:frashii
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Kamileris,

Please give MadShiva the credit or an assist. He was correct in what he provided as was I.

Marc
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I already did man only reason I paid it was all confusing for me but as always I appreciated all your efforts! I ranked this topic as A too and shared the points Thank you it was just my bad who is not familiar with linux and dont wanted to mess with it Thank you for all your help and time :)
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