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Webmin is a Perl-based (not Apache-based) administration interface which, unlike cPanel, allows you to control every aspect of your server, either visually or manually, through the use of web forms. It also features a cool java file manager which allows you to get a visual idea of what's on your HDDs and it can perform basic file operations on them. In terms ...


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Between Usermin, Webmin and Virtualmin which one does the job and is less resource hungry? classicmanpro did a great job covering most of the differences, but I'll try to clear up the confusion here about resource usage. Virtualmin is a module of Webmin. You can't have Virtualmin without Webmin. Resource usage of Virtualmin, by default, is a bit ...


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If it's in the UI, it's in the CLI and API. If it's not, it's probably a bug, and we'll probably fix it if you tell us about it. You can get a huge amount of information about a domain using the list-domains function: http://www.virtualmin.com/documentation/developer/cli/list_domains Specifically, the --multiline mode: # virtualmin list-domains --domain ...


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Found the answer in the Virtualmin documentation: There's an environment variable $VIRTUALSERVER_ACTION available to the scripts which will contain one of: CREATE_DOMAIN Set when a virtual server is being created. DELETE_DOMAIN Set when a virtual server is being deleted. MODIFY_DOMAIN Set when a virtual server is being changed, such as getting a new ...


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I found there is no way to do that.


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Try root as the user and whatever your root password is as the password.


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Disclaimer: I never use webmin in production. In the past, I just installed this software in my devserver but not interested to explored it. This solution is tested in this Webmin and Virtualmin version # dpkg -l ii webmin 1.710 all web-based administration interface for Unix systems ii virtualmin-base 1.0-35 all ...



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