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Webmin

Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms, you can setup user accounts, internet services, DNS, file sharing and so on.

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  •  14 Mar 2014 23:51

    Release Notes: This release adds German, Catalan, and Norwegian translation updates, fixes some security bugs, signs the Java file manager applet, improves handling for multi-language email messages, and more.

    Release Notes: This release adds Malaysian, German, Catalan, and Norwegian translation updates, UI and code cleanups, binary DNS slave zone support, easier disk quota setup, IPv6 improvements, several bugfixes, and more.

    •  06 Oct 2013 15:49

    Release Notes: This update includes two-factor authentication support using TOTP or Authy, German, Catalan, and Norwegian translation updates, SSL perfect forward secrecy mode, new limits in the Command Shell module, and a bunch of bugfixes.

    Release Notes: This update includes UI consistency improvements, better Apache 2.4 support, improvements for Mandriva Linux and FreeBSD, German, Norwegian, Polish, and Catalan translation updates, and much more.

    Release Notes: This release adds Norwegian, Catalan, and German translation updates, support for FreeBSD ports and BSD partition management, real SPF support, better handling of IPv6 and DHCP on FreeBSD, and much more.

    RSS Recent comments

    10 Nov 2005 06:39 Avatar neoFUTUR Thumbs up

    Great tool
    Great tool, clean and secure code, acls, https, easy to develop your own module . . .

    Nearly a dream combined with ssh admin for most basic things.

    11 Dec 2003 01:04 nurikabe Thumbs up

    I used to hate configuring servers through a GUI...
    But now I am a Webmin addict.

    17 Aug 2003 20:53 bigdog Thumbs up

    Re: Great Program
    www.webmin.com (www.webmin.com) works for me.

    17 Aug 2003 19:29 Stuarthu

    Re: Great Program

    > This truely is a great program.. Works
    > great to admin my machine remotely w/o
    > being able to use telnet.
    >

    Where can I download it? It's homepage can not be displayed.

    17 Aug 2003 06:16 salukisaluki Thumbs up

    Re: OMFG!
    He's right. This program is a MUST HAVE!

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