This defines (or redefines) an alias. You provide as many values as needed.
Same thing for virtual email domain
Delete an alias definition
Same thing for virtual domain
Remove some values from one alias definition
Same thing for virtual domains
Delete some values from all aliases. This is useful when you delete an account and wish to remove it from all aliases.
Same thing for virtual domains.
Those experiencing the problem are left in the cold. They unset the treemenu module and have to dig in the various dialog to find the offending.
In 1.16r10, the treemenu build is producing a file /var/run/treemenu.log. This file is updated after each menu entry is processed. So if Linuxconf fails in one area, you can tell where just by looking at this file.
Oddly, this treemenu build looks more and more like a crude regression testing.
Originally, one was only specifying the kernel module and the I/Os and IRQs for the first network device. The kernel module is loaded only once for all the adaptor anyway.
The new behavior is more intuitive.
The listen-on global option directive was not parsed properly when the optional port was specified.