AFAIR webmin is just a perl based web-server and config tool for *almost*
any version of linux ...
Slakware 3.5 was based around the 2.0.30 series
might help identifying it, other than that it shouldn't hurt !
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Ryan [SMTP:newdavid at baker.ie]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 1999 15:26
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] which version of linux ?
>> I have read all sorts of things about the huge differences between
> compiling applications using someting called glib6c and something else
> called libc (don't quote me on the names !) and have avoided the issue by
> just using the newest of anything I could get my hands on.
>> Now I am faced with installing a new application on an old server and I
> haven't a clue how to work out what will happen if I try to compile.
> Upgrading the server is not an option, unfortunately.
>> The server is Slackware something or other and the following line came
> dmesg - "Linux version 2.0.30 (root at darkstar) (gcc version 126.96.36.199) #4 Fri
> Oct 3 14:07:03 CDT 1997"
>> The application to install is webmin-0.74. Webmin tells me that it
> supports the following versions of Slackware - 3.2 , 3.3 , 3.4 , 3.5 , 3.6
> , 4.0
>> Anybody know how I can work out if it will work or not ?
>> Is there some command I can run which will identify which version of
> Slackware is installed, or is it just the kernel version which is
>> Also, is there any possibility of doing any damage if I do try the compile
> (it's not my machine).
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