WEBMIN is a control panel for system administration of both dedicated and VPS Linux servers.  It is popular with super geeks who may use it for a quick access interface for remote control of their servers. I tried WEBMIN and can be corrected on this, but looks as though the control panel is more suited for dedicated servers as it ran quite slow on my VPS.  Still, for someone with a VPS who is reasonably Linux literate particularly on the technical side of things, WEBMIN is at least worth checking out.  WEBMIN can be used by any web browser and can help one set up user accounts, Apache, DNS, firewalls, file sharing and much more.

Here is what the panel looks like:


How to install WEBMIN
This is an excellent tutorial by Anthony Binns:

Following are the steps in the video, just in case something happens to the video:

Step 1:  Log into PuTTY

Step 2: Google Webmin

Step 3:  Click on downloads

Step 4: Click on link for CentOS RPM download

Step 4:  Right-click direct link and copy link location

Step 5:  Go back to PuTTY and type wget + link

wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/webadmin/webmin/1.720/webmin-1.720-1.noarch.rpm?r=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.webmin.com%2Fdownload.html&ts=1419525128&use_mirror=liquidtelecom

Step 6:  Do a directory of PuTTY


Step 7: Copy Webmin file in directory.

Step 8: Write the command rpm -ivh + paste the file

rpm -ivh webmin-1.720-1.noarch.rpm?r=http%3A%2F

Step 9:  Copy login link and open Webmin in browser.  Should look like this:


Step 10:  Login information:

Username:  root
Password:  root password

WEBMIN Configuration
The WEBMIN default interface is not the greatest.  To change the interface follow the following steps:

Step 1:  Click on Webmin in the left panel and select “Change language and theme”

Step 2:  Scroll down to “Personal Choice” and select “MSC Linux Theme”

Step 3:  Click on “Make Changes”

Step 4:  Exit WEBMIN and re-login for changes to take effect