What is Webmin?

Webmin is a web-based 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. See the standard modules page for a list of all the functions built into Webmin, or check out the screenshots.

Latest News

Cloudmin 7.6 released

This update improves support for XenServer 6, allows importing of Stacklet subscriber images, adds per-image post-creation scripts, adds support for virtual CPUs under OpenVZ, makes single-system backups easier, and fixes a bunch of minor bugs.
Current users will be able to install it from our YUM and APT repositories. An installer for the Xen and KVM GPL version is available on the Cloudmin GPL for Xen and Cloudmin GPL for KVM pages.

New screenshots!

The Webmin screenshots page has been updated to show what the latest version looks like, including the new default theme.

Webmin 1.680 and Usermin 1.590 released

This release adds German, Catalan and Norwegian translation updates, fixes some security bugs, signs the Java file manager applet, improves handling for multi-language emails and more. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

Virtualmin 4.06 released

This release fixes a security issue related to the post-install wizard, fixes a bug that excluded mailboxes from backups, adds an option to delete un-needed files when restoring a backup, and allows the port used in URLS to be set independently of the actual port. You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

Cloudmin 7.5 released

This release adds support for importing image files from Stacklet, re-designs the page for manually adding images, allows multiple stats to be graphed for a single system, lets you limit how long stats are kept for, and fixes a bunch of minor bugs.
Current users will be able to install it from our YUM and APT repositories. An installer for the Xen and KVM GPL version is available on the Cloudmin GPL for Xen and Cloudmin GPL for KVM pages.

Virtualmin 4.05 released

This release adds a page for transferring a domain to another Virtualmin system, updates several script installers, makes SRV DNS record editing possible, adds an API command to fix permissions, and more. You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

Virtualmin Pro EC2 AMIs updated

If you want to run Virtualmin Pro on EC2 and be charged monthly instead of yearly, we have AMIs that contain Virtualmin 4.04 and all dependencies. For information on how to sign up for access to these AMIs, check out the paid AMI documentation.

Alternately if you just want to run Virtualmin GPL easier on EC2, we have AMIs for that as well.

Webmin 1.670 and Usermin 1.580 released

This release adds Malaysian, German, Catalan and Norwegian translation updates, UI and code cleanups, binary DNS slave zone support, easier disk quota setup, IPv6 improvements, a bunch of bugfixes and more. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

Virtualmin 4.04 released

This release adds email rate limiting support (to prevent spammers from abusing your system via a hijacked account or app), DirectAdmin migration, incoming email BCCing, earlier detection of errors when restoring a backup, and more.
You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

Cloudmin 7.4 released

This update primarily fixes bugs related to Xen 4.x, which moves the location of VM settings out of .cfg files. It also fixes a couple of other minor issues with Citrix Xen support.
Current users will be able to install it from our YUM and APT repositories. An installer for the Xen and KVM GPL version is available on the Cloudmin GPL for Xen and Cloudmin GPL for KVM pages.

Cloudmin 7.3 released

This release adds a flash-based graphical console (no need to install client-side Java!), network rate limiting for Citrix Xen instances, the ability to add existing iSCSI exports to virtual systems, SSH agent support for direct file transfers between systems, and a bunch of bugfixes and minor features.
Current users will be able to install it from our YUM and APT repositories. An installer for the Xen and KVM GPL version is available on the Cloudmin GPL for Xen and Cloudmin GPL for KVM pages.

Virtualmin 4.03 released

This release includes multiple script updates, support for shared hosting on a single IPv6 address, Outlook autoconfiguration, Rackspace Cloud Files region selection, and a bunch of other minor bugfixes and improvements.
You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

Webmin 1.660 and Usermin 1.570 released

This update includes two-factor authentication support using TOTP or Authy, German, Catalan and Norwegian translation updates, SSL perfect forward secrecy mode, new limits in the Command Shell module, and a bunch of bugfixes. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

Cloudmin 7.2 released

This new version allows virtual disk to be moved between LVM, regular files and iSCSI servers, makes the accounting of bandwidth and resource use to system owners more accurate, and fixes numerous other minor bugs.
Current users will be able to install it from our YUM and APT repositories. An installer for the Xen and KVM GPL version is available on the Cloudmin GPL for Xen and Cloudmin GPL for KVM pages.

Webmin 1.650 released

This update is primarily a bugfix for issues in the Apache and Software Packages module. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories

Webmin 1.640 and Usermin 1.560 released

This update includes UI consistency improvements, better Apache 2.4 support, improvements for Mandriva Linux and FreeBSD, German, Norwegian, Polish and Catalan translation updates and much more. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.
Also available is a new Usermin release which includes several email-related improvements, such as the ability to apply a mail filter to existing email in some folder.

Virtualmin 4.02 released

This release includes multiple script updates, better Apache 2.4 support, German translations from Raymond Vetter, the ability to switch a domain with a private IP to another address, and a bunch of bugfixes.
You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, and it will soon show up in our YUM and APT repositories.

Virtualmin 4.01 released

This release includes the ability to manage expiration, Glacier migration and ACLs on S3 buckets, German translations by Raymond Vetter, a sample DNS records page, and the ability to update slave DNS servers when the master system's IP changes.
You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, and it will soon show up in our YUM and APT repositories.

Webmin 1.630 and Usermin 1.550 released

This release includes Norwegian, Catalan and German translation updates, support for FreeBSD ports and BSD partition management, real SPF support, better handling of IPv6 and DHCP on FreeBSD, and much more. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

Cloudmin 7.1 released

This new version adds the ability to create snapshots of VMs and roll back to them, makes image extraction on iSCSI more efficient, and fixes several bugs in the 7.0 release.
Current users will be able to install it from our YUM and APT repositories. An installer for the Xen and KVM GPL version is available on the Cloudmin GPL for Xen and Cloudmin GPL for KVM pages.

Virtualmin 4.00 released

This release includes numerous script installer updates, DKIM bugfixes and improvements, more flexibility in setting up mail client auto-configuration, proper SPF record support and more.
You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, and it will soon show up in our YUM and APT repositories.

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