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 version 1.510 and Usermin 1.440 released

This update improves the speed of finding package updates, adds Czech and Brazillian Portuguese updates, EXT4 support, better InnoDB support, DNSSEC NSEC3 algorithms, 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 fixes a few bugs in the Read Mail module. It can be found on the Usermin downloads page.

Cloudmin 4.1 released

In this new version system owners can make use of the remote API, Xen instances can have their memory limits increased without rebooting, and common IP ranges can include multiple addresses (and gateways). Customers will be prompted to upgrade after logging in to Cloudmin, and new users can purchase it from the Virtualmin shop.

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Cloudmin 4.0 released

This release adds support for common IP pools, allows Xen and KVM images to be created from existing files, improves the display of free memory on Xen hosts, and allows a backup Cloudmin master to be setup which receives replicas of all configuration settings on the real master.

For more information, see the Cloudmin documentation, or purchase it from the Virtualmin shop.

Virtualmin 3.77 released

This release adds a new simpler page for managing web aliases and redirects, allows mailbox autoreplies to be configured from the API, adds a MySQL database option for the collation order, improves warnings about websites that are over their quota, and much more.

Also available are updates to the Virtualmin framed theme and the AWstats and Mailman plugins. You will be able to get them all soon from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from one of our YUM or APT repositories.

Cloudmin 3.8 released

Cloudmin is a commercial product built on top of Webmin for managing virtual systems, such as Xen, LVM, OpenVZ, Solaris Zones, VServers and EC2. Version 3.8 contains support for multi-system rule-based alerts, reduces temp space needed for Xen backups, allows CPU and memory limits to be edited for Solaris zones, and makes email-related settings easier to edit.

For more information, see the Cloudmin documentation, or purchase it from the Virtualmin shop.

Virtualmin 3.76 released

This new version adds more control over NS DNS records, adds disk quota emails for mailboxes, includes backups and restores in bandwidth accounting, adds limits on concurrent backups and much more.

You will be able to get it soon from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from one of our YUM or APT repositories.

Webmin version 1.500 and Usermin 1.430 released

This new version fixes an XSS security hole, adds the Software Package Updates module, fixes Bacula module bugs, adds background status colletion, improves Postfix TLS support, adds a status monitor for large directories 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 adds support for HTML autoreplies, fixes the format of emails that contain text and HTML, and removes a limit on the size of address book groups. It can be found on the Usermin downloads page.

Webmin 1.499 pre-release now available

This new version contains everything that will be in Webmin 1.500, for those who are interested in trying it out. You can get it from the Webmin downloads page, or check out the detailed change log.

If you find any problems, please file a bug report.

Virtualmin 3.75 released

This release adds more control over external IP management, deletion of Dovecot index files, the ability to setup Dovecot and Postfix SSL certs, detection of conflicting concurrent backups, a fix to disable extra admins when their domain is, and much more.

You will be able to get it soon from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from one of our YUM or APT repositories.

Virtualmin 3.74 released

This new version adds numerous small features, including control over DNS records in the template, a link for extra admins to change their passwords, SSL key validation, French translation updates by Houssin Regis, control over the columns that appear in the virtual server list, and much more.

You can get it from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from one of our YUM or APT repositories. Also available from the same sources is an update to the Framed Theme package to version 7.5.

Webmin version 1.490 and Usermin 1.420 released

This update includes Catalan, Dutch and Basque translation updates, code fixes to remove Perl warnings, many RAID-related improvements, support for the Debian 5.0 bonding config format, 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 fixes a bug in the format of HTML messages with attached images, splits the read mail preferences page into sections, and updates the Dutch translation. It can be found on the Usermin downloads page.

Virtualmin 3.73 released

This is mainly a bugfix release, specifically for issues with over-counting of bandwidth usage. It also fixed outgoing address mapping in Sendmail, and allows domain owners to be prevented from changing their passwords.

You can get it from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from one of our YUM or APT repositories. Also available from the same location is an update to the Mailman plugin which fixes a bug in links in the Mailman administration UI.

Virtualmin 3.72 released

This release adds support for JSON, XML and Perl formats in the remote API, removes deprecated support for logging via a program, fixes Plesk 9 migration, adds an option to include relayed mail in bandwidth reports, and fixes several small bugs. You can get it from the Virtualmin downloads page, or from one of our YUM or APT repositories. Also available from the same location are updates SVN, DAV, mail relaying and protected directories plugins.

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