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Disable Root FTP Access in Virtualmin

With Virtualmin, you can disable root FTP access by using the Authentication module. This guide will teach you how to accomplish this both quickly and efficiently. Before proceeding any further, you’ll need to have installed Virtualmin onto your server and be logged into Virtualmin with Webmin access. If this is not something that you’re familiar with, please use the following guides:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   How do I disable root FTP access with Virtualmin?   To disable root FTP access, please refer to the following steps:   Click on the Webmin…

How To Install New Perl Modules In Virtualmin

or http URL For the purpose of this guide, we’ll be utilizing the first/default option You can enter in the name of the module that you wish to install Alternatively you can click the dual file icon to list modules that are available for installation When you’re satisfied with your selection, click the Install button     If the installation completes successfully the new Perl module should be ready to go!   Helpful Related Articles How to Install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to Create an Email Account (Virtualmin) How to Create a Redirect in Virtualmin Restrict Webmin access by IP…

Define Custom Bootup Action in Virtualmin

Custom boot actions are a great way that Virtualmin allows you to ensure that specific actions you’d like to be performed are executed with little to no intervention from you. This article will show you how to setup and define new custom boot up actions in Virtualmin. You’ll need to already have installed Virtualmin and be logged in with access to continue with the steps outlined below. How Do I Setup a Custom Bootup Action in Virtualmin? This process is fairly straightforward, as you can see from the following steps:   Click on the Webmin section from the top Click…

How to Locate and View Website Access/Error Logs In Virtualmin

application and operating system that you are using. If you are using Apache as your webserver, which is a justified assumption being Apache is quite popular for servers. The error log can be traced back to the /var/log/apache2/error_log on Debian based servers and the error log file can be found at /var/log/httpd/error_log on RHEL based servers (CentOS, Fedora, etc.) The access log would be in the same location, exception with the name of access_log. /var/log/apache2/access_log and /var/log/httpd/access_log respectively. How Do I View The Logs In Virtualmin? Log into your Virtualmin Control Panel Under the Virtualmin section, select the domain from…

How to Delete a Virtual Server in Virtualmin

At some point you may wish to delete a Virtual Server in Virtualmin. There are various reasons why you may wish to do this. Luckily, this process is fairly simple and straightforward. This guide will show you how to delete a Virtual Server in Virtualmin. To ensure that you get the most out of this guide, you should already have Virtualmin installed on your server and be logged in with Webmin access. Most often, after a default installation of Webmin / Virtualmin, the Login URL will be yourdomain.tld :10000, replacing yourdomain.tld with your actual domain / website name. Important: Before…

How to install Ruby GEMS in Virtualmin

Using the Ruby GEMS module in Webmin allows you to do exactly what you’d expect, install Ruby gems. This article will cover the process required to begin installing Ruby gems so that you can begin using Ruby with Virtualmin. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed on your server and be logged in with Webmin access. These guides can help you do that if needed:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   To begin installing new Ruby gems, please refer to the following:   Click on the Webmin section Click on the Others option Select…

How to Modify Disk Quotas in Virtualmin

Disk quotas are a great way to ensure that everyone is getting their fair share of available disk space on a server. This function is especially helpful in a shared server environment or any server that has multiple users. A disk quota is essentially a limit that a server administrator can set that restricts specific parts of overall filesystem usage. With Virtualmin, setting a disk quota is a fairly straightforward process, which we will cover in this article. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done so yet please take a look at the…

How to De-Activate Network Interfaces in Virtualmin

The focus of this article is to teach you how to de-activate a network interface that you may no longer need to use in Virtualmin. To get the full use of this guide you’ll need to have Virtualmin installed with Webmin access. If you’re not certain how to do this, please refer to the following guides which cover this in detail:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   When you’re ready to proceed please utilize the following steps to de-activate any unused network interface in Virtualmin:   Select the Webmin section Click the Networking…

How to Uninstall Perl Modules in Virtualmin

Taking our guide that shows you How to View Existing Perl Modules in Virtualmin , you can also uninstall Perl modules using the Existing modules interface found in the Perl Modules module. This guide will show you how to uninstall any currently installed Perl modules. It’s advisable to only uninstall modules that you’re familiar with, as uninstalling any Perl module could have unexpected results. As always you’ll need to have Virtualmin installed on your server and have Webmin access. If you’re not certain how to do either of these things, please refer to the following articles.   How to install…

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…