Because different Unix-like operating systems and Linux distributions use different locations for their various config files, Webmin can only support systems for which it has been configured. The following operating systems are supported by version 1.680 of Webmin :

  • AlphaCore Linux
  • Amazon Linux
  • APLINUX
  • Asianux
  • Asianux Server
  • BigBlock
  • BSDI
  • Caixa Magica
  • Caldera OpenLinux
  • Caldera OpenLinux eServer
  • cAos Linux
  • Cendio LBS Linux
  • CentOS Linux
  • CloudLinux
  • Cobalt Linux
  • Coherent Technology Linux
  • Conectiva Linux
  • Corel Linux
  • Corvus Latinux
  • Cygwin
  • Darwin
  • Debian Linux
  • DEC/Compaq OSF/1
  • DragonFly BSD
  • Endian Firewall Linux
  • Fedora Linux
  • FreeBSD
  • Generic Linux
  • Gentoo Linux
  • Gralinux
  • Haansoft Linux
  • HP/UX
  • IBM AIX
  • Immunix Linux
  • Lanthan Linux
  • Linux Mint
  • LinuxPPC
  • Lycoris Desktop/LX
  • Mac OS X
  • Mageia Linux
  • Mandrake Linux
  • Mandrake Linux Corporate Server
  • Mandriva Linux
  • Mandriva Linux Enterprise Server
  • Mepis Linux
  • MSC Linux
  • NeoShine Linux
  • NetBSD
  • OpenBSD
  • OpenDarwin
  • openmamba Linux
  • OpenNA Linux
  • Oracle Enterprise Linux
  • Oracle VM
  • Pardus Linux
  • pclinuxos Linux
  • Playstation Linux
  • Redhat Enterprise Linux
  • Redhat Linux
  • Redhat Linux Desktop
  • SCI Linux
  • Scientific Linux
  • SCO OpenServer
  • SCO UnixWare
  • Secure Linux
  • SGI Irix
  • Slackware Linux
  • Slamd64 Linux
  • SmartOS
  • SoL Linux
  • StartCom Linux
  • Sun Java Desktop System
  • Sun Solaris
  • SuSE Linux
  • SuSE OpenExchange Linux
  • SuSE SLES Linux
  • Tao Linux
  • Tawie Server Linux
  • ThizLinux Desktop
  • ThizServer
  • TinySofa Linux
  • Trustix
  • Trustix SE
  • TurboLinux
  • Ubuntu Linux
  • United Linux
  • Ute Linux
  • White Dwarf Linux
  • Whitebox Linux
  • Wind River Linux
  • Windows
  • X/OS Linux
  • Xandros Linux
  • XenServer Linux
  • Yellow Dog Linux
  • Yoper Linux

The best supported systems at the moment are Solaris, Linux (Redhat in particular) and FreeBSD.