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Burgess85
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Virtualmin

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Does anyone know how to install virtualmin on dietpi?
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Joulinar
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Re: Virtualmin

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if you run an empty system, you should be able to run installation as described on Virtualmin web site.

https://www.virtualmin.com/download
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Burgess85
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Re: Virtualmin

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Already have webmin installed will it cause any issues or remove webmin first?
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Re: Virtualmin

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I don't know. Something you need to ask the developer of Virtualmin. You could simply give it a try.
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Burgess85
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Re: Virtualmin

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Says your OS is not supported by this installer
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According the vendor you would need to run x86 or amd64. I tested it on Raspberry OS 64 (arm64) and it was working as well
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Re: Virtualmin

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1. wget http://software.virtualmin.com/gpl/scripts/install.sh
2. sudo nano install.sh
3. Find the text "get_distro"
4. Add in os_type="debian" after get_distro

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get_distro
os_type="debian"
log_debug "Operating system name: $os_real"
log_debug "Operating system version: $os_version"
log_debug "Operating system type: $os_type"
log_debug "Operating system major: $os_major_version"
What this does is, it will force the script to recognize the host as a debian operating type.
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