As a server administrator, you may work with system settings management tools. In this article, you will learn how to install Webmin on CentOS 6 Linux. Webmin is a web-based system settings management tool installed on Linux that allows the user to access some Linux settings as well as game text tools such as Apache and PHP.
How to install Webmin on CentOS 6 Linux
What is Webmin
The tool was developed in 1997 by Webmin Community. Today, this Linux control panel is very popular, and Linux users can use Webmin graphically for simplicity in setting up and receiving their server status. In this article, we are going to explain the features of Webmin and finally learn how to install Webmin.
Webmin panel features
-Managing Linux firewalls like IPtables
-Operating system management control
-Change password and manage users
-Cluster management and creation
-Network card settings
-Disk management and file system
-Create a VPN connection
-Create and manage email servers
-MySQL and PostgreSQL database management
These are just some of the Webmin features, which you can use all of them by installing it.
Webmin installation tutorial on CentOS 6 Linux
1- First, enter your Linux terminal environment.
2- Enter the following command to download Webmin.
wget http://software.virtualmin.com/gpl/scripts/install.sh -O /root/virtualmin-install.sh
Please note that after downloading the package, you will see the following statement.
2013-07-06 11:03:57 (129 KB/s) – `/root/virtualmin-install.sh’ saved [45392/45392]
3- Enter the following command to install Webmin.
4- After a while, the installation will end.
5- In your system browser, enter your IP address along with the port 10000 to go to the Webmin login page.
For example, enter 192.168.1.10:10000.
5.1 Open the port 10000 on your firewall, if the login page does not open. 6- Log in with your user and password to do Webmin settings.
Note: In the new versions and the version you learned to install, Webmin tools will be installed together with Virtualmin.
In the image below, you will see a view of the Webmin environment.
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