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This wiki is intended to be a complete set of documentation for Webmin and all of its modules. We've seeded it with imported content from Jamie Cameron's book Managing Linux Systems with Webmin: System Administration and Module Development, Joe Cooper's book The Book of Webmin or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love UNIX, and various FAQs and articles previously written by Jamie and Joe. All told, it's about 1,000 printed pages worth of documentation. But, it's not finished. In fact, it's just begun! Now, it's your turn. Wikis are all about users like you taking part in the process: Get Involved!
- FAQ Frequently Asked/Answered Questions
- Installation - How to obtain and install Webmin
- Modules - Reference documentation for most of Webmin's modules
- Tutorials - How to do specific tasks using Webmin
- Enhanced Authentication - Setting up two-factor (2FA) and SSL client certificates
- Other Tools - Integrating Webmin with third party tools
- Installing Webmin on Windows - HOWTO
- Module Development - An introduction to the basics of module creation
- The Webmin API - The full API available to module developers
- Advanced Module Development - Access control, internationalization, locking, logging and more
- XML-RPC Calls - Calling the Webmin API from other programs using XML-RPC
- Translating Webmin - Adding to existing translations or creating a new one
- Using the API in Standalone Perl Scripts - Calling the Webmin API from scripts that don't run under the Webmin webserver
- Creating Overlay Themes - Creating a simple theme to change Webmin's appearance
- Creating Webmin Themes - Creating a complex theme from scratch
- Creating Virtualmin Plugins - Writing plugins to add new features to Virtualmin
- Development Ideas
- Virtualmin: Webmin-based Open Source web hosting control panel
- Webmin related software at SourceForge.net
Help Us Improve This Wiki!
Migration From Twiki - We've migrated this site from TWiki; the automated tools did most of the work, but there are still a number of places where idioms did not translate or the markup got botched. This page provides examples of the preferred new conventions to convert to.