How to Manually Add SSH Keys in Virtualmin

The following guide will show you how to manually add SSH keys in Virtualmin through the built-in editor. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed and login to Virtualmin with Webmin access to follow along with the steps outlined below. If you’re not certain how to do this, please refer to the following two guides:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   How do I add SSH keys in Virtualmin? Once you’re ready to proceed, please refer to the following steps.   Find the Webmin section and click on it Click on the Servers option…

How To Directly Edit SSH Config Files In Virtualmin

This guide will show you how to edit SSH config files in Virtualmin using the built-in editor. In order to fully take advantage of this article, you’ll need to have done a few things first. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed and be logged in to your Virtualmin installation with Webmin access. If you’re not sure how to do either of these things, please refer to the following articles:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   When you’re ready to proceed please refer to the following steps.   How To Edit SSH Config Files…

How to Configure Automatic SSH Key Setup in Virtualmin for New

With Virtualmin you can easily configure your system to ensure that any new Unix user has an SSH key generated automatically. Let’s take a look at what it takes to configure automatic SSH key setup in Virtualmin servers. Of course, you’ll need to have Virtualmin installed to completely follow along with this article. If you haven’t already done this and require some assistance, please refer to the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7). You’ll also need to be logged into Virtualmin and have Webmin access. If you’re not certain how to do this, please refer to the following…

Virtualmin SSH Access Control

This article shows you how to use Virtualmin SSH Access Control to restrict access to key services on your server. You’ll need to have installed Virtualmin already and be logged in with Webmin access to follow along with the steps outlined below. If you’re not certain how to do this, please see the following two guides: Installing Virtualmin (CentOS 7) Logging into Webmin   How Do I Restrict Access with Virtualmin SSH Access Control? Once you’re ready to proceed please refer to the following steps.   Go to the Webmin section Click on the Servers option Select the SSH Server…

How to Backup a Virtual Server in Virtualmin

…backup of your site related content so that you can simply restore the backup and the site would then come back up. Conveniently enough Virtualmin offers this functionality right out of the box.   The focus of this article is to teach you how to create a backup of your virtual server using Virtualmin. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done so yet please take a look at the following article on setting up Virtualmin (CentOS 7).   Before we get into the nitty gritty you’ll need to login to your Virtualmin or…

How To Force Immediate Log File Rotation In Virtualmin

Here you’ll learn how to force immediate log file rotation in Virtualmin. This is normally set on autopilot, but in some cases you need to do it immediately. This guide assumes that you’ve installed Virtualmin and have logged in with Webmin access. If you have trouble getting it installed or getting logged in, use these guides to help:   Guide to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7). How To Login To Webmin   How Do I Use The Option To Force Immediate Log File Rotation In Virtualmin? Go to the Webmin section Choose the System option Select the Log File Rotation module…

How to Reboot or Shutdown your Virtualmin Server

Booting up or shutting down your server is one of the simplest of administrative tasks and with Virtualmin it gets a whole lot easier! In this article, you’ll see how easy it is to reboot or shutdown your Virtualmin server. This article is written from the perspective that you have already installed Virtualmin onto your server. If you haven’t done this and would like to, please refer to the following article that covers this for you in detail: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) . Once you have Virtualmin installed you’ll need to login to your Virtualmin control panel and…

How to Backup Virtualmin Configuration Files

Using Virtualmin, you have the ability to backup any number of things, such as pertinent user data, databases and even configuration files. In this article we will show you how to backup your Virtualmin Configuration Files to ensure that your specific Virtualmin configuration can be stored somewhere off of the server for safekeeping.   We assume that you’ve already installed Virtualmin. If you have not, please refer to the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7). You’ll also need to login to your Virtualmin control panel and have Webmin access.   If you’re not certain how to do this…

How to View Disk Usage in Virtualmin

The focus of this article is to teach you how to check your disk usage using Virtualmin. Keep in mind that you’ll need to have already installed Virtualmin. If you have not done so yet please take a look at the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) .   Checking the disk usage is a fairly simple process you just need to know where to find the module to do so. Before we navigate to where this module is you’ll first need to login to your Virtualmin control panel. If you’re not certain how to do this please…

Restrict Webmin access by IP

…module. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done so yet please take a look at the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) . With the IP Access Control module you can configure Webmin/Virtualmin to allow or deny a user access based on their IP address or even Hostname. Before we proceed any further you’ll first need to login to your Virtualmin control panel. If you’re not certain how to do this or perhaps this is your first time to access your panel, please refer to the following article: How to login…