Webmin received an update to version 1.510 last week. With this program a Unix-like system can be maintained and managed from a web browser. For example, it is possible to manage user accounts, change settings for Apache, MySQL and DNS and create file shares. Webmin consists of a simple web server supplemented with various CGI programs written in Perl 5. The software is released under the BSD license and is available in various flavors from this page to download. The following changes and improvements have been made in this release:
Changes in version 1.510:
- Package updates are now fetched more efficiently from YUM and APT.
- Czech and Brazillian Portuguese updates, thanks to Karel Hudan and Djavan Fagundes respectively.
- The Webmin RPM now preserves the /etc/webmin directory when un-installed and then re-installed.
- Added support for creating EXT4 filesystems in the RAID, LVM and disk partitions modules.
- SATA drives using SCSI emulation on Linux now show up with SATA as the description.
- Collation order and InnoDB support in the MySQL module.
- Buttons to rename a chain and move rules in the Linux Firewall module.
- Disk space monitoring by percentage of free space in the System and Server Status module.
- Friendler inputs for changing the size of an existing LV in the Logical Volume Management module.
- Support for new NSEC3 algorithms for DNSSEC in the BIND module.
- Many more fixes and new features.
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Windows 2000, Linux, BSD, Windows XP, macOS, Solaris, Linux AMD64, Linux IA-64, Windows Vista|
|License type||Conditions (GNU/BSD/etc.)|