on Ubuntu


Webmin is a web-based system configuration tool for Unix-like systems. It allows system administrators to manage their servers through a web browser, providing an easy-to-use interface for tasks such as user management, file management, package management, network configuration, and more.


Why Choose Webmin ?

There are several reasons why you might choose Webmin for server management:

  • Webmin is free and open source.
  • It provides a user-friendly and intuitive interface.
  • Webmin supports a wide range of Unix-like systems, including Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris.
  • It offers a variety of modules and plugins that extend its functionality.
  • Webmin allows for remote administration, making it convenient for managing servers from anywhere.

Getting Started

Once you have deployed Webmin on your server, you can access the interface by opening a web browser and entering the server's IP address followed by the port number used by Webmin (default is 10000).

You will be prompted to enter your login credentials, which would typically be the username and password of the administrator account on the server.

After logging in, you will have access to the various modules and features provided by Webmin, allowing you to manage different aspects of your server.

More Tips for Webmin

Here are some additional tips for using Webmin effectively:

  • Take time to explore the different modules and familiarize yourself with their capabilities.
  • Regularly update Webmin to ensure you have the latest security patches and features.
  • Backup your server regularly to prevent data loss.
  • Join the Webmin community forums or mailing lists to get support and connect with other users.
  • Consider using SSL/TLS encryption for secure remote access to Webmin.
  • Keep your server and Webmin installation secure by following best security practices, such as using strong passwords and regularly monitoring logs for suspicious activity.

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