As you probably already know, the terminal provides tech professionals a lot of flexibility when it comes to managing Linux operating systems. But what if you’re not a tech professional and still have a need to effectively manage several Linux servers? Well, we have a solution for you! In this article, we’ll show you how to install and start using Webmin — an open-source web-based tool which allows users to manage almost every aspect of your operating system right from you web browser!
For example, you can use Webmin to manage user accounts, configuration firewall, configure DNS settings, updating OS and its packages.
Here’s a list of Webmin’s features which you might be interested in:
See server’s utilization stats.
Install, update, and remove software packages.
Manage user accounts: create and delete users, change user’s passwords.
Configure network settings, eg: network interfaces IPs, DNS, DHCP.
Enable firewall and manage its rules.
Set up disk limits for services and users.
Run commands from interactive shell.