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WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?
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Thread: WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?

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    WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?

    Just thought I'd play with webmin, so I fired up nutscrape and pointed it to localhost:10000, almost instantly I get the IIS info page. I'm guessing this is our proxys info page. I've added localhost to "don't use proxy" list (Although I really think I shouldn't need to) and also tried it with localhost.localdomain:10000 where I get a connection refused.

    I have no problems pinging the loopback. I have no firewall rules on the go.

    I'm stumped, any ideas?

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    Re: WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?

    tried it with konq now, and proxies disabled. I can't connect at all, so I asume it's webmin it's self.

    Never mind it wasn't important, I just wanted to try something new. I just thought it was odd typing localhost and geting an IIS screen.

    But I will have another go tomorow if any one has any bright ideas.

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    Re: WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?


  4. #4

    Re: WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?

    Tried that, both browsers, same thing

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    Re: WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?

    You sure that the webmin server is started? Webmin doesn't use apache for connections. Also, there might be a local firewall issue... and you are doing this FROM the machine that webmin is installed on correct?

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    Re: WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?

    This is from the machine that it's on, as far as I know webmin has started, but I'm not 100% sure. Would it start a seperate proccess, and show up with ps -A?

    Going to look at the webmin site now.

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    Re: WTF? webmin gives me NT IIS info?

    you might try to do a netstat to see what ports are listening for connections. would let ya know if webmin is listening.

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