How to Install/Setup Webmin on Ubuntu Server in Azure (Ubuntu GUI)

How to Install/Setup Webmin on Ubuntu Server in Azure (Ubuntu GUI). Webmin is a web-based GUI interface for system administration for Unix. Using any modern web browser, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more. Webmin removes the need to manually edit Unix configuration files like /etc/passwd, and lets you manage a system from the console or remotely.

This video will show how you can setup Webmin GUI on Ubuntu on Azure

Enjoy the Video.

00:00 Intro Webmin GUI
00:23 Creating Ubuntu Server
01:46 Accessing SSH Terminal
02:17 Configure SSL For Webmin GUI
03:02 Accessing Webmin GUI Portal
03:57 Configure Root User For Webmin
04:39 Updating Software Packages
05:14 Outro

🔗 Webmin GUI Admin Control Panel for Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS on Azure Marketplace listing:

🔗 Webmin GUI for Ubuntu 18.04 – Azure image:

🔗 Webmin GUI for CentOS (CentOS GUI) – Azure image:

🔗 How to Setup Ubuntu/CentOS with Webmin on Azure Blog Post:

How to Setup Ubuntu with Webmin on Azure/AWS/GCP

Webmin Features:
– Create, edit and delete Unix Accounts on your system.
– Export Files and Directories to other systems with the NFS protocol.
– Set up Disk Quotas to control the amount of space available to users for their files.
– Install, view and remove Software Packages in RPM and other formats.
– Change your system’s IP address, DNS Server settings and routing configuration.
– Set up a Linux Firewall to protect your computer or give hosts on an internal LAN access to the Internet.
– Create and configure virtual web servers for the Apache Webserver.
– Manage databases, tables and fields in a MySQL or PostgreSQL Database Server.
– Share files with Windows systems by configuring Samba Windows File Sharing.

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