O'Reilly Network: An Introduction to Webmin -- Part Two
Nov 12, 2000, 15:07 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dru Lavigne)
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"In last week's article, we installed the Webmin utility;
this week, I want to start by configuring Webmin for secure access,
then take a peek at some of the powerful features that come with
the Webmin modules."
"Open up your web browser and type in the URL you use to access
your Webmin server. Once you've been authenticated, you should see
this screen in your web browser."
"By the way, most of the screenshots I'm using come from Joe
Cooper's Webmin User's Guide. Joe's site is well worth reading
through if you want to learn more about using Webmin. The rest of
the screenshots are from Webmin's homepage."
"Let's start with the "Webmin Configuration" hyperlink. This is
where you'll be able to configure most of the additional security
measures, which will be especially useful if you are accessing your
Webmin server over the Internet."
- Debian Planet: Digging the dirt on webmin: webmin from a control freak's point of view(Nov 05, 2000)
- O'Reilly Network: An Introduction to Webmin(Oct 29, 2000)
- Linux-Mandrake.com: Online demonstration & tutorial of Webmin .80(Aug 03, 2000)
- LinuxToday.com.au: Interview - Jamie Cameron On Webmin And Working For Caldera(Jun 08, 2000)
- Linux.com: Software Administration on Linux?(Apr 13, 2000)
- DevShed: One Stop Linux Administration with Webmin(Apr 06, 2000)
- Linux.com: User Administration on Linux(Mar 18, 2000)
- Linux Journal: Book Review --Linux System Administration(Feb 27, 2000)
- Linux Journal: System Administration Made Simpler, Part 4(Jan 23, 2000)
- Linux Journal: System Administration Made Simpler, Part 2(Jan 07, 2000)