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

Webmin 1.720 and Usermin 1.630 released

This update includes various translation improvements, disables insecure SSL v2 and v3 by default, allows monitoring the SSD wear and adds a new API function for use by Virtualmin and Cloudmin theme authors. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

New Authentic Theme for Webmin

Looking for a cool new theme that completely changes the look of Webmin and makes it appear much more modern? If so, try out the Bootstrap-based Authentic Theme (wbt.gz link) by Ilia Rostovtsev. You can install it using the Webmin Configuration module, on the Webmin Themes page.

Virtualmin 4.12 released

This release centralizes the configuration of cloud storage providers, adds support for backups to Google Cloud Storage (in the Pro version), makes the address in Apache VirtualHost blocks more consistent, and updates a large number of script installers. You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

Cloudmin 7.9 released

This release improves the ability of the backup/restore process to move VMs to new Cloudmin masters, adds GPT partition support for large disks, improves the failover process, supports the TGTd iSCSI server module in Webmin 1.710, allows alerting on the fraction on disk space and RAM used, and much more.
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 1.710 released

This update should be installed IMMEDIATELY on any systems that do not have a fix for the Shellshock bug, as it provides additional protection against exploit of the bug via Webmin.

Also in this release is a new iSCSI TGTd module, updated German and Catalan translations, support for the FreeBSD pkgng repository and more. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

Cloudmin 7.8 released

This new version adds support for CentOS 7 hosts and VMs (including XFS filesystems), the ability to SSH into systems as a non-root sudo-capable user, and full support for creating and managing Google Compute Engine instances (in a similar manner to Amazon EC2).
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 1.701 bugfix available

Are you getting the error message Undefined subroutine &main::quote_javascript called at /usr/share/webmin/chooser.cgi when browsing files in Webmin? If so, the 1.701 development version includes a fix for this error, and some other minor bugfixes.

Webmin 1.700 and Usermin 1.610 released

This version massively improves CentOS/RHEL 7 support, adds German and Catalan translation updates, better handles of XFS quotas and the ip, simplifies and cleans up the UI for NFS exports, and much more. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

Virtualmin 4.09 released

This release adds a numerous script installer updates, better notification of the impact of password changes on database logins, pre/post reseller change commands, tooltip support for custom fields and more. You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

Cloudmin 7.7 released

This release adds disk space limits for LVM containers (using LVM), a file manager that can manipulate files on managed systems (including VMs that are shut down), an improved display of free disk and RAM on hosts, alert notification improvements and other small features and bugfixes.
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 1.690 and Usermin 1.600 released

This release adds a new module for Fail2Ban, fixes several XSS security issues, updates the German, Catalan and Norwegian translations, and fixes a bunch of other small bugs. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or from our YUM or APT repositories.

Virtualmin 4.08 released

This version adds support for per-domain DKIM keys, allows resellers to create other resellers, and improves support for Ubuntu 14.04 and Apache 2.4. The Pro version also includes numerous script installer updates. You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

Webmin Administrator's Cookbook

A new book about system administration with Webmin has just been released - the Webmin Administrator's Cookbook by Michal Karzynski. It is available in both ebook and physical forms, and covers the latest version of Webmin.

Virtualmin 4.07 released

This version allows aliases and redirects to be set separately for SSL and non-SSL websites, improves the mass IP address change form, allows the target of an alias to be moved, and includes a Norwegian translation updates (thanks to Stein-Aksel Basma). For Pro users, a single domain can now be owned by multiple resellers, and reseller accounts can have SSH/FTP logins with access to all the domains that they own. You can get the GPL version from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from our YUM and APT repositories.

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.

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