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08-16-2004, 05:41 PM #1flumpsGuest
Installing Webmin HOW-TO
I just thought id be the first person to write in this computer forum
ill write the how-to tomorrow when I have more time promise
08-16-2004, 05:49 PM #2
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08-18-2004, 07:58 AM #3flumpsGuest
Yeah ive been real busy with my studies and still am busy but i do my best to come here now and again when i actualy come online :P
right i will start my how-to in the next post.
08-18-2004, 08:10 AM #4flumpsGuest
(when i am telling you to do somthing i will put it in [marks like this] and when im telling you to press a key i will say the word press then the key.)
First of all you will need an SSH client, trying getting ur hands on putty its the most well known around.
you can find it by google searching at http://www.google.com
once that is downloaded all you have to do is run it no install required, you will need to enter your server ip and login as root. (root being the username and password is your password).
once logged into root you need to be in the /home directory so to do this you need to enter [cd /home] then press enter.
then key in [wget http://unc.dl.sourceforge.net/source...-1.noarch.rpm] then press enter
this will download the file(s) need to install webmin on your dedicated server.
once this has downloaded (you will see it downloading on your screen so dont worry about that) you need to open the rpm file to do this key in [rpm -ivh webmin-1.140-1.noarch.rpm]
this should install webmin onto your dedicated server.
next step is to remove the file(s) cause you wont need it again to this key in [rm webmin-1.140-1.noarch.rpm]
you can now login to webmin using http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:10000
uername is root
password is your password.
NOTE: I do not take responsibility if this destorys or damages your dedicated server, you follow this tutorial at your own risk.