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HI all,

i had installed the webmin on my RHEL5 sever.
it is working fine.
can anybody tell me if i want to install other modules in it how it can be done.
say in webmin1.4 we dont have the sarg(squid analysis report generator).
I had downloaded it but unable to install it and it is not showing in the list also.
any help will be appreciable
jatender
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to install webmin module

go to "web min configuration" -> webmin moudle ->

module will have the extenstion .wbm

so from webminmodule section , select from where you want to install, then install it,
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