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fouroh-llc [Installing using Webmin]
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 ===== Installing using Webmin ===== ===== Installing using Webmin =====
-Webmin provides more than just some webforms, it is part of a fully rounded virtualization and cloud platform. Virtualmin and Cloudmin are used to create complex networks, and they install on top of a brand new BIND instance. Webmin is the glue holding the networks together by installing its own perl-based web services and the standard GNU/Linux technology stack. Webmin is libre as most frameworks are, while Virtualmin and Cloudmin are the support-subscriptions keeping www.virtualmin.com in business.+Webmin provides more than just some webforms, it is part of a fully rounded virtualization and cloud platform. Virtualmin and Cloudmin are used to create complex networks, and they install on top of a brand new BIND instance. Webmin is the glue holding the networks together by installing its own perl-based web servicesthe standard GNU/Linux technology stack, using ssh and making remote procedure calls (RPC). By adding its own schema to OpenLDAP it supports fine-grained privileges, it has build in support for file-based virtualization and more. Webmin is libre while Virtualmin and Cloudmin are the support-subscriptions keeping www.virtualmin.com in business.
  
 ==== Requirements ==== ==== Requirements ====
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 locale-gen "en_US.UTF-8" locale-gen "en_US.UTF-8"
 dpkg-reconfigure tzdata dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
 +</code>
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 +Setting up a firewall at this point is optional, it might be a better idea to delay this. If you decide to do so, here is a quick way to do it - but this is not yet tested and verified to be working.
 +<code>
 apt-get install firewalld apt-get install firewalld
  
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 </code> </code>
  
-At this point it is a good idea to reboot, to make sure you are still able to ssh into the instance. Then install webmin.+Next install webmin.
 <code> <code>
 echo 'deb https://download.webmin.com/download/repository sarge contrib' | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sources.list echo 'deb https://download.webmin.com/download/repository sarge contrib' | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sources.list
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 This is a good time to take your first snapshot. Access your instance from the browser, by the IP4 address, at the default port 10000. I would recommend to continue all other installation and configuration from Webmin, for several reasons.  This is a good time to take your first snapshot. Access your instance from the browser, by the IP4 address, at the default port 10000. I would recommend to continue all other installation and configuration from Webmin, for several reasons. 
-  * If something breaks lets allow Webmin to break it, that was the fix is going to benefit everyone+  * If something breaks allow Webmin to break it, and fixing it is going to be documented.
   * If something is not fully functional make a note of it NOW - document your own progress   * If something is not fully functional make a note of it NOW - document your own progress
   * If something is not available make a note of it NOW - and ask to be implemented   * If something is not available make a note of it NOW - and ask to be implemented
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