Greetings from the unripened ranks of noobs.
I've purchased, downloaded pro, got Ubuntu 7.1 server running, and whipped out my Administrator's Manual.
Then I settled in to try out the install.sh script, but it hangs at the following bit of code: [code:1] INFO - Removing Debian standard Webmin package, if they exist (because they're broken)... INFO - Removing Debian apache packages... E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) INFO - Installing dependencies using command: /usr/bin/apt-get --config-file apt.conf.noninteractive -y --force-yes install postfix postfix-pcre webmin usermin ruby libapache2-mod-ruby libxml-simple-perl libcrypt-ssleay-perl unzip zip INFO - ...in progress, please wait... /tmp/.virtualmin-6206/files/spinner: 11: Syntax error: Bad substitution [/code:1]
I let it sit here for over 20 minutes. A quick check showed 0% CPU usage and plenty of memory (400MB) available, which leaves me relatively certain it's not out doing anything important in the background.
I tried a few searches in the forum but didn't find any results. Anyone solved this in another thread that I can link up to? Any suggestions? Information I can provide that would help?
Best Kato<br><br>Post edited by: kato, at: 2008/08/06 06:50