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goldendragonDate: Tuesday, 2011-11-29, 9:56 AM | Message # 1
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Quick Introduction

Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on.

Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/passwd. The web server and all CGI programs are written in Perl version 5, and use no non-standard Perl modules.


Home :

Code:

http://www.webmin.com/


Copy and paste the following into console in order to install webmin:

Code:

(echo "[Webmin]
name=Webmin Distribution Neutral
baseurl=http://download.webmin.com/download/yum
enabled=1" >/etc/yum.repos.d/webmin.repo
rpm --import http://www.webmin.com/jcameron-key.asc
yum -y install webmin)


For further customization and changes in listening port and webmin realm related config, edit this Wink
Code:

# vi /etc/webmin/miniserv.conf


Check DEMO

User : demo
Pwd : demo

Code:


http://webmin-demo.virtualmin.com/



Some Screenshoots Wink
















List of Features :-
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The list of Unx users from the Users and Groups module

Creating a Unix user in the same module

Listing mounted filesystems on Linux

Managing NFS exports on a Linux system

Editing disk quotas for a Unix user

Viewing local disk partitions on Linux

Editing a system bootup script which starts Apache

Viewing running processes

Viewing the details of an installed RPM package

Managing system log files

Editing the details of a network interface

Adding a Linux firewall rule

Setting the system time and timezone

Adding a new printer using CUPS

Listing installed Perl modules

Setting up disk space monitoring

Editing the configuration of an Apache virtual host

Managing records in the DNS domain

Configuring a DHCP server

Creating a new Majordomo mailing list

Managing tables in a MySQL database

Managing databases in a PostgreSQL server

Viewing Sendmail email aliases

Configuring an SSH server

Sharing a new directory to Windows clients with Samba

Configuring network settings for the Squid proxy server

Creating a new Procmail email filtering rule

Webmin configuring itself!

Creating an extra Webmin login with limited permissions

Setting up a scheduled backup

Configuring a system to talk to an LDAP server

Managing users in an LDAP database


Because different Unix-like operating systems and Linux distributions use different locations for their various config files, Webmin can only support systems for which it has been configured. The following operating systems are supported by version 1.540 of Webmin :


Supported Distro


Code:
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AlphaCore Linux
Amazon Linux
APLINUX
Asianux
Asianux Server
BigBlock
BSDI
Caixa Magica
Caldera OpenLinux
Caldera OpenLinux eServer
cAos Linux
Cendio LBS Linux
CentOS Linux
Cobalt Linux
Coherent Technology Linux
Conectiva Linux
Corel Linux
Corvus Latinux
Cygwin
Darwin
Debian Linux
DEC/Compaq OSF/1
DragonFly BSD
Endian Firewall Linux
FreeBSD
Generic Linux
Gentoo Linux
Gralinux
Haansoft Linux
HP/UX
IBM AIX
Immunix Linux
Lanthan Linux
LinuxPPC
Lycoris Desktop/LX
Mac OS X
Mandrake Linux
Mandrake Linux Corporate Server
Mandriva Linux
Mandriva Linux Enterprise Server
Mepis Linux
MSC Linux
NeoShine Linux
NetBSD
OpenBSD
OpenDarwin
openmamba Linux
OpenNA Linux
Oracle Enterprise Linux
Oracle VM
Pardus
pclinuxos Linux
Playstation Linux
Redhat Enterprise Linux
Redhat Linux
Redhat Linux Desktop
SCI Linux
Scientific Linux
SCO OpenServer
SCO UnixWare
Secure Linux
SGI Irix
Slackware Linux
Slamd64 Linux
SoL Linux
StartCom Linux
Sun Java Desktop System
Sun Solaris
SuSE Linux
SuSE OpenExchange Linux
SuSE SLES Linux
Tao Linux
Tawie Server Linux
ThizLinux Desktop
ThizServer
TinySofa Linux
Trustix
Trustix SE
TurboLinux
Ubuntu Linux
United Linux
Ute Linux
White Dwarf Linux
Whitebox Linux
Wind River Linux
Windows
X/OS Linux
Xandros Linux
XenServer Linux
Yellow Dog Linux
Yoper Linux


The best supported systems at the moment are Solaris, Linux (Redhat in particular) and FreeBSD.
 
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