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.
very hard to install
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