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Ubuntu Server 14.04: How to Install Webmin

So you’ve loaded up a copy of Ubuntu Server 14.04 (Trusy Tahr) on your VM, and because you don’t feel like doing everything via the command line, you now want the ease of use that Webmin supplies. No problem, grabbing… Continue Reading →

How to Install Webmin on Ubuntu 11.10 Server using APT

Webmin is a user-friendly web-based interface for Linux server system administration. Previously installing Webmin on your Ubuntu server required a few workarounds thanks to its reliance on deprecated perl libraries, but nowadays you can actually do a full install via… Continue Reading →

GUI Management of your Ubuntu Server with Webmin

There is nothing more daunting than being given an Ubuntu Server to manage if you have never ever delved into the world of command line (or should that be terminal line) Linux. Thankfully though, someone saw it fit to lend a helping hand to these hapless system administrators, resulting in the very useful Webmin package.

How to Install Webmin on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Server

Installing Webmin in Ubuntu is not exactly a quick win thanks to Webmin’s reliance on a deprecated PERL package (an MD5 wrapper to be exact) that Ubuntu and the like just don’t want to include any more, but never fear, following these steps one by one will have you up and running in absolutely no time!

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