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It maybe that the webmin system is not being started at boot. To check if it is running do the following command:
This will display all listening connections on your computer. Look if port 10000 is open (it will say 0.0.0.0:10000 somewhere if it is). If not then you need to make sure it is running. You can change that from the desktop (if you are using GNOME or something), I cant remember how atm.
I will try setting up that stuff when I get to the office this weekend. My Mom is in the hospital with Gollbladder stones and my Dad just got out. He had appendicites. He also had a rupture on his belly button. It sounds wired. Um. I do not know how to access the thing you said to use to do that. Can you tell me again so I can change it? Thanks.
My feeling is that the author of this thread knows very little about Linux in general, and that trying to start up a hosting service when he can't even administer his own box is going to be a big mistake for him. This is my first post, and I can't think of a better way to have people pissed off at me with my first post To the author of this thread, Redhat 7.3 not booting on your machine is more than likely a hardware issue (bad power supply, cdrom drive that isn't recognized, partially dead motherboard, etc.), and that using a newer version of Redhat isn't going to make this any better. With this Konqueror browser I can't even get to the second page of this thread, so I don't know if you have already talked about the steps you took to confirm that this indeed was a Redhat issue (such as the hardware being brand, spanking new). I just know that Linux for most people presents a big learning curve, and that I have seen several people who were Windows/Hardware experts go to Linux thinking that they could easily transfer their computer knowledge and it didn't happen. Good luck!