FreeOS.com: Remote administration of Linux
Nov 14, 2000, 07:49 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Trevor Warren)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
[ Thanks to Mayank
for this link. ]
"Are you looking for an easy to use and highly flexible
method of administering your Linux box remotely? Does the thought
of being able to walk up to a Windows PC and configure your Linux
box back home through a web browser sound interesting? Read on
for details on how to configure a Web based administration tool on
your Linux machine...."
"The open source movement has several options for remotely
administering your PC. One of them is a nifty utility called
Webmin. Its home page is located at http://www.webmin.com."
"Webmin as the name suggests is a Web Based tool for configuring
and tweaking your Linux box remotely. By remote I mean via a
LAN/WAN or even accessing a server hosted at some server farm or
data center on a broadband network with your service provider.
Where your Linux box is located doesn't really matter. All that you
need to remotely maintain your Linux box is a browser and a
connection to the network. Preferably you should be using a browser
which supports JAVA and SSL."
- O'Reilly Network: An Introduction to Webmin -- Part Two(Nov 12, 2000)
- Linux.com: Linux and Windows NT 4.0: Basic Administration - Part VI, http, ftp and telnet(Nov 07, 2000)
- 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)
- LinuxPR: LinuxForce Introduces a New Product for Remote Systems Administration
(Sep 11, 2000)
- Linux.com: Secure Remote Connections(Apr 20, 2000)
- DevShed: One Stop Linux Administration with Webmin(Apr 06, 2000)
- WebRAT: A web-based Remote Administration Tool(Nov 25, 1999)
- InfoWorld: Secure remote Unix administration tools F-Secure protects Unix traffic(Apr 04, 1999)