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Webmin

A web-based system administration tool for Unix servers and services

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A web-based system administration tool for Unix servers and services.

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Systems Administration

License

BSD License

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  • stuartiannaylor
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    Webmin the super fast way to administer your servers. Yes I could use the command line but just having everything there and presented in an easy readable form cuts down my cli time drastically. I am going to write a couple of articles about securing webmin as its taken some unfair criticism in the past. If you leave your house unlocked then expect unwanted visitors. I use a few web based modules but generally find webmin has pretty much all covered in a single interface. I only allow access via ip ranges on the local lan which also includes a vpn. I have absolutely no problems with webmin and as I say feel the criticism is unfair.

    Posted 04/02/2014
  • greenbush
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    I think it was actually in the previous millenium when I started using webmin. I know how to do things from the command line but most of those things are easier to do with webmin. It doesn't use much disk space so I install it on some machines just in case I might need it but don't have it automatically start at bootup. In that case I just start it from the command line and shut it down when finished. One of the best things about webmin is that I've never had problems upgrading it to the latest version. I've logged into webmin on systems that had been powered off for a few years and upgraded webmin with just a few mouse clicks. Finally, I must say that the developer is a really nice guy. A few times I contacted him about things that were actually minor issues and they always got taken care of in the next version.

    Posted 03/25/2014
  • cydvukcesoyfred
    1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Excellent tool to make things much easier.

    Posted 02/23/2014
  • vcobz
    1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Started using Webmin before recently testing cPanel. Price wise oops not even a category ding next loving it. One of the best things is DNSSEC if this looks daunting Webmin makes it easy. Having only learnt Bind just prior thank you SilentRage for getting things on track. And toughness this thing is milspec you could run a tank over it. The only time I could make it crash was due to my own errata. Definitely worth the thousands of hours put into it by all who use it.

    Posted 02/20/2014
  • netgensolutions
    1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Webmin is really useful for setting up multiple website/domains and easily manage your server. A must have tool for all linux servers.

    Posted 10/09/2013
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Additional Project Details

Languages

Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), English, French, German, Russian, Spanish

Intended Audience

System Administrators

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

Java, JavaScript, Perl

Registered

2001-01-01
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