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Webmin & Virtualmin: The Best Open Source Alternative to Cpanel (Practical Guide Series Book 1) Adrian Ling

Webmin & Virtualmin: The Best Open Source Alternative to Cpanel (Practical Guide Series Book 1)

Adrian Ling

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124 pages
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 About the Book 

Webmin & Virtualmin This powerful, open source software is one of the best control panel Ive come acrosss to help you manage your Linux servers via the web-browser. It is more powerful and flexible compared to Cpanel & Plesk, and it consumes less resources. Which means, more RAM and CPU cycles are available for your applications. And, unlike some other open-source panel,Webmin & Virtualminare still being actively maintained and updated - for example, when RHEL 7 (CentOS 7) was announced, the developers got to work immediately.The only set-back with Webmin & Virtualmin is that the interface is rather dated but dont let that put you off. Within its minimalistic and simple interface packs a lot of power and flexibility - such as the ability to:Create Custom Server Templates with different capabilities and featuresCreate Extra Admins to manage individual virtual serversCreate Extra Admins with limited access to only MySQLAbility to Self-Heal - monitor critical services and restart themand much more!All these powerful features comes WITHOUT the costly monthly fee associated with some of the popular commercial web control panels. Yes, Webmin & Virtualmin is Open Source and FREE.If you are looking to cut down operational cost in maintaining and managing your servers or VPS, the Webmin & Virtualmin panel is your answer. It can do everything Cpanel & Plesk can do and then some ...This book is the introduction to this powerful software and guides you through the various sections & menus in Webmin and Virtualmin. It has lots of screenshots to help you get started quickly and it is aimed at those who are not familiar with this control panel and addresses some confusing terminologies such as virtual servers vs addon domains, sub-servers, etc.If you are a veteran, you may want to check out my other book -Virtualmin Tips & Hackswhere I show you how to setup, integrate and automate PHP-FPM in Virtualmin.Get your copy of the Webmin & Virtualmin handbook today!