Webmin – a graphical web interface for managing a Linux server, written in Perl.
Official site: www.webmin.com
Here is an example of installing Webmin in Ubuntu.
Open the list of sources in a text editor:
Add this line to it:
deb http://download.webmin.com/download/repository sarge contrib
deb http://webmin.mirror.somersettechsolutions.co.uk/repository sarge contrib
We go to the temporary directory and import the key:
apt-key add jcameron-key.asc
We update the list of sources:
We install the packages necessary for the correct operation of Webmin:
sudo apt-get install perl libnet-ssleay-perl openssl libauthen-pam-perl libpam-runtime libio-pty-perl libmd5-perl
apt-get install webmin
The installation is complete, to open the Webmin interface we will open in the browser https://HOST:10000
For an example I’ll install the Webuzo control panel in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
Switch to the root user:
Download the installation script:
wget -N http://files.webuzo.com/install.sh
Make the script file executable:
chmod 0755 install.sh
Run the installation script:
We will wait until the installation is complete.
When the installation was complete, I had the following:
Welcome to Webuzo Installer
Installation Logs : tail -f /root/webuzo-install.log
1) Installing Libraries and Dependencies
2) Setting UP WEBUZO
3) Downloading and Installing Webuzo
4) Downloading System Apps
/$$ /$$ /$$$$$$$$ /$$$$$$$ /$$ /$$ /$$$$$$$$ /$$$$$$
| $$ /$ | $$| $$_____/| $$__ $$| $$ | $$|_____ $$ /$$__ $$
| $$ /$$$| $$| $$ | $$ \ $$| $$ | $$ /$$/ | $$ \ $$
| $$/$$ $$ $$| $$$$$ | $$$$$$$ | $$ | $$ /$$/ | $$ | $$
| $$$$_ $$$$| $$__/ | $$__ $$| $$ | $$ /$$/ | $$ | $$
| $$$/ \ $$$| $$ | $$ \ $$| $$ | $$ /$$/ | $$ | $$
| $$/ \ $$| $$$$$$$$| $$$$$$$/| $$$$$$/ /$$$$$$$$| $$$$$$/
|__/ \__/|________/|_______/ \______/ |________/ \______/
Congratulations, Webuzo has been successfully installed
You can now configure Softaculous Webuzo at the following URL :
Thank you for choosing Webuzo !
After that I opened in the browser http://192.168.1.9:2004/, indicated the invented username and password, email and domain/IP name on which Webuzo will work.
This completes the installation and displays the following information:
You can login to the Webuzo Admin Panel using your root details at the following URL :
To start installing Apps you can login with the following details :
URL : http://192.168.1.9:2002/
Username : admin
Password : (the one you entered)
We request you to please register for updates and notifications at :
http://www.softaculous.com/board/index.php?act=register It also inspires us when you register. Registration is free and just a one minute job.
If you need any support you can always count on us. Just drop in at our Support Board:
Alternatively, you can contact us via Email at email@example.com
Thank you for choosing Webuzo!
Since a free version of Webuzo is installed, many utilities and modules will become available only after upgrading to the premium version of Webuzo.
Kloxo-MR – a free control panel for servers based on Kloxo (https://github.com/lxcenter/kloxo).
At hand I had CentOS 6.9, the recommended version of Minimal.
The official source of Kloxo-MR is mratwork.com and github.com/mustafaramadhan.
Switch to the root user, if not under it:
Update the system:
yum update -y
Install the necessary components:
yum install yum-utils yum-priorities vim-minimal subversion curl zip unzip telnet wget -y
Download the installation script:
rpm -ivh https://github.com/mustafaramadhan/rpms/raw/master/mratwork/release/neutral/noarch/mratwork-release-0.0.1-1.noarch.rpm
Remove the cached packages and update the RPM mratwork:
yum clean all
yum update mratwork-* -y
Install the Kloxo-MR:
yum install kloxomr7 -y
The installation process can take a long time – we wait.
When the installation is complete, restart the server:
Kloxo-MR can be opened in the browser http://SERVER:7778 and https://SERVER:7777.
The default login and password are admin.
You can restart it like this:
sh /script/restart-all -y
netstat -tulpn | grep :7777