Mounting and managing file systems is something normally reserved for the command line on Linux and Unix servers, but Webmin is a comprehensive system administration panel that includes support for file system management. With it you can mount devices, configure them to your liking, name partitions, and perform a number of other file system related […]
In a previous post, we looked at some of the ways in which you can manage a MySQL user from the mysql command-line prompt. Today, you will learn about managing MySQL users from within Webmin’s web-based control panel.
To begin managing MySQL in webmin, do the following:
Login to webmin and find the section called “Servers”
Click “MySQL […]
Webmin is a free and open source system management panel that can handle Unix and Linux system administration on dedicated servers in general and on web hosting servers in particular. You can use it to automate many of the server tasks that would normally require command line work, and creating mail aliases is one of […]
In my years of managing Dedicated Servers, I have picked up a few tidbits of wisdom along the way. Not all of this wisdom will apply to every server in every situation, but hopefully you will take something useful away from this.
Rebooting will not solve everything. In my early server days, I used […]
Webmin is a free and open source graphical system administration interface for Unix-like operating systems. In previous posts, we have explored some of the ways that you can use Webmin to make your system administration easier. We also learned how to install Webmin on CentOS. Today, we will look at another popular Linux-based operating system: […]
Webmin is a free and open source web-based interface for Unix and Linux system administration. It is more powerful and more comprehensive than the typical web-based control panel, and it is also completely free to download and use. You can install Webmin on just about any Linux distribution, BSD variant, or other Unix-like operating system. […]
Webmin is a web-based control panel for Linux/Unix system administration. If you have ever wondered if there was an easier way to manage many of the routine tasks you perform from the command line on your dedicated server, Webmin may be just the tool you need.
You can download the Webmin from the project’s website […]