On this tutorial, we’ll discover ways to set up the Webmin management panel on Ubuntu 22.04
Webmin is a robust and versatile web-based server administration management panel for UNIX-like customers. It permits Webmin to configure working system internals e.g customers, configuration information, disk quotas, and so on. Webmin removes the necessity to edit Unix configuration information manually and allows you to handle the system remotely or through console.
Set up Webmin on Ubuntu 22.04
Let’s set up Webmin through Ubuntu apt repository. First, replace your system to be able to make them updated.
sudo apt replace && apt improve
To put in Webmin through apt repository, we have to edit the
/and so on/apt/sources.checklist file and add the next line
deb https://obtain.webmin.com/obtain/repository sarge contrib
sudo vi /and so on/apt/sources.checklist
Secondly, let’s add GPG key with which the repository is signed.
wget https://obtain.webmin.com/jcameron-key.asc apt-key add jcameron-key.asc
Third, we have to replace our system repositories once more for the adjustments to be effected.
sudo apt replace
Lastly, set up the Webmin with the next command.
sudo apt set up webmin -y
Try to be able to see an output like this
The next extra packages might be put in: libauthen-pam-perl libio-pty-perl libnet-ssleay-perl perl-openssl-defaults unzip Advised packages: zip The next NEW packages might be put in: libauthen-pam-perl libio-pty-perl libnet-ssleay-perl perl-openssl-defaults unzip webmin 0 upgraded, 6 newly put in, 0 to take away and a couple of not upgraded. Have to get 29.0 MB of archives. After this operation, 305 MB of extra disk area might be used. Do you need to proceed? [Y/n] y
To know that the Webmin was put in accurately, examine the model with the next command.
webmin -v 2.000
Having efficiently put in Webmin, let’s now go to the browser and see the Webmin in motion.
The username is the root and the password is the root person password.
Try to be able to see a dashboard like this.