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How to Locate the Virtualmin File Manager

Managing files for a website or server is a crucial task of a developer or server administrator. Although there are multiple ways to manage files on a server, it is very convenient to be able to manage these files through a singular interface. With most control panels you’re given access to a File Manager that allows you to do just that and Virtualmin is no exception! The focus of this article is to teach you how to locate the Virtualmin File Manager and some basic functionality. This article assumes that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done…

How To Change Your Server Time In Virtualmin

Changing your server’s system time in Virtualmin can be easily accomplished by using the System Time module. This article will teach you how to locate the System Time module and change your server time or timezone. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed on your server and be logged in with Webmin access. If you’re not sure about how to do this, please refer to the following guides:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   How Do I Change My Server Time In Virtualmin? To change your server’s system time please refer to the following…

How to Change the Virtualmin Theme

Virtualmin allows you to modify its GUI by utilizing different themes. In this article we’ll cover how to change the Virtualmin theme to customize the look and feel of your Virtualmin experience. I assume that you’ve already installed Virtualmin. If you havn’t and need help, please take a look at the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) . Before we get started you’ll need to login to your Webmin account. If you’re not certain how to do this, please review the following article, which should assist you with logging in: How to login to Webmin . Once you’re…

How To Change The Hostname In Virtualmin

please refer to the following steps:   Click on the Webmin section Select the Networking option Click the Network Configuration module Select the Hostname and DNS Client module     You should now see the Hostname and DNS Client interface Locate the Hostname field Enter in a new Hostname into the Hostname field When you’re satisfied click the Save button     Once saved, your new Hostname should now be active.   Helpful Related Articles How To Login To Usermin (Virtualmin) How To Create An Email Account (Virtualmin) How To Change Your Usermin Password (Virtualmin) How To Login To Webmin…

How to Create a Redirect in Virtualmin

Virtualmin is a Webmin module that is typically used to manage multiple virtual hosts through a single interface, similar to cPanel. It supports multiple functions such as creating/managing Apache virtual hosts, MySQL database creation/management, generating DNS zones, managing mailboxes, and much more. Like cPanel you can also manage the redirection of URL’s that are associated with your server by using Virtualmin’s intuitive interface. As I’m sure you know, the focus of this article is to explain how to create a redirect in Virtualmin. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done so yet please…

How To Change DNS Servers In Virtualmin

Changing or updating your DNS servers in a Linux based server environment usually requires you to update the necessary configuration files through the Linux shell. This is not the case when using Virtualmin, as you can update or change your DNS servers at any time using the Hostname and DNS Client module. The focus of this article is to teach you how to update your DNS servers in Virtualmin using this module. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed with Webmin access in order to complete this guide. If you’re not certain how to do either, please refer to the following…

How to View Active Network Interfaces in Virtualmin

With Virtualmin, you can view your currently active network interfaces by taking advantage of the Network Interfaces module located under the Networking section. The focus of this article is to teach you how to locate this module so that you can view your currently active network interfaces in Virtualmin. As with most of our Virtualmin guides, 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:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   Once you’re logged in, please proceed with the…

Virtualmin Minimum Requirements

bit. For a PHP-heavy framework like WordPress, we recommend at least 2GB of ram, especially if using a management panel like Virtualmin. For multiple sites, 4+GB is recommended. Virtualmin has some suggestions for running on lower ram systems: If less than 3GB of ram, use a 32bit OS. This would have to be done manually through an installation ISO as our CentOS + Virtualmnin premade image is x86_64. Disable Virtualmin pre-loading libraries. Reduce SpamAssasin and ClamAV Reduce the number of Apache processes Remove un-used Apache Modules Remove un-used services So, while all of our Linux VPSes will support Virtualmin/Webmin, you…

Installing WordPress in Virtualmin

to Virtualmin and creating a database:   Creating a New Virtual Server in Webmin Creating A New Database in Virtualmin   How to Install WordPress in Virtualmin? Before you begin please go and download the most recent version of WordPress onto your computer by visiting wordpress.org . This will ensure that you’re using the latest version with the most up to date security patches applied. Once the download is complete, please refer to the following steps.   Login to Virtualmin Select Webmin Click Others Select File Manager     Navigate to where you’d like to install WordPress Click the File…

How to View Running Processes in Virtualmin

panel such as Virtualmin that allows you to utilize a GUI to view the currently running processes. In this article we will cover how to view currently running processes on your server using the Virtualmin GUI. 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) . Before we get started you’ll need to login to your Virtualmin or Webmin account. If you’re not certain how to do this, or the link just looks too good to pass up, please…