by Jamie Cameron

A web-based system configuration tool for Unix-like systems

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Jamie Cameron

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Webmin is a system administration interface that can be accessed via a web browser. The program allows you to create user accounts, manage the Apache server, edit DNS records, set up access to files, etc. Webmin is a simple web server equipped with a set of CGI programs. Webmin uses standard Perl modules in its work. A small disadvantage of the program is its limited functionality on Windows systems, where some used Webmin servers (Sendmail, Samba) are not available.

If you want to make things easier then hesitate to use WEBMIN. Everyone can setup multiple website or domains. It can't be hacked for years. Its a strongly rated and must used tool for LINUX users. Very useful in UNIX administration.
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