With Webmin you can easily customize your machine through web browser, new user accounts, manage disk quotas, set up files, manage Apache and MySQL and PHP. In this tutorial you will see how to install Webmin.
Sorry for the spelling and phonetic errors in the text.
Owner and main writer of MintGuide.org is not a native English speaker.
Through webmin is not only convenient to view the logs, to make changes in the configuration of installed services, but also to install packages, delete them, update the system, etc. to Even access the terminal!
Webmin is a web server with a whole bunch of scripts. All the charm of its use will be open after installation.
You can install Webmin on Linux Mint, but I do not see sense, I put this program on my server running Ubuntu 15.04. Although I think Webmin will work without problems on a home computer, you may need this functionality. In any case, it is my duty to offer, and what to do with it is up to you!
To see Webmin in action, check out the demo server at :
The login is demo , and the password is demo.
Installation latest version into Ubuntu Server via repository:
1. Add repository with single commandLinux terminal: ~$
echo "deb http://download.webmin.com/download/repository sarge contrib" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/webmin.list > /dev/null && wget -O- http://www.webmin.com/jcameron-key.asc | sudo apt-key add - && sudo apt-get update[/code]
2. Install WebminLinux terminal: ~$
sudo apt-get install webmin[/code]
Installation latest version into Ubuntu Server from DEB pakage:
single commandLinux terminal: ~$
cd /tmp && wget http://www.webmin.com/download/deb/webmin-current.deb && sudo dpkg -i webmin-current.deb[/code]
After successfully installing the package, open the browser and go to address
Change the interface language that is convenient for you
I tried for clarity upgrade, the upgrade was successful.
In addition, you can install the plug-in Usermin.
Usermin is a web-based interface for webmail, password changing, mail filters, fetchmail and much more. It is designed for use by regular non-root users on a Unix system, and limits them to tasks that they would be able to perform if logged in via SSH or at the console. See the standard modules page for a list of all the functions built into Usermin.
Installation is done automatically too.
May the Force be with you,