How to install Webmin on CentOS 7

Rasho

Linux System Administrator with over 8 years experience in administering production level servers (CentOS/Ubuntu/Debian with apache2/nginx, mysql server, etc)

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12 Responses

  1. Massimo Raia says:

    add –permanent to linux firewall rule permit to not lose on reboot that firewall rule

  2. TCDrunkChapul Atillâ says:

    Well, nobody want to use Webmin without SSL. So just add the correct stuff, if not already installed:
    # yum install openssl
    # yum install openssl-devel
    # yum install perl
    # yum install perl-Net-SSLeay perl-Crypt-SSLeay
    FYI: http://www.webmin.com/ssl.html

  3. Shorty Stuff says:

    Does Webmin support the new firewalld in RedHat/CentOS 7, or is it stuck with the old iptables?

    • vlad says:

      there is a new plugin “FirewallD” that you need to install fro mthe webmin modules to support that.

  4. Griff says:

    You should use this command to add the firewall rule:

    firewall-cmd –zone=public –add-port=10000/tcp –permanent

  5. indomoto says:

    I found a notification : “command not found”
    during entering this command : “firewall-cmd –add-port=10000/tcp”
    what should i do?

    • Will1234 says:

      Are you definitely using centos 7?

    • Radek Havelka says:

      well the correct command is firewall-cmd –add-port=10000/tcp –permanent, with TWO dashes before ADD and PERMANENT …

      • Radek Havelka says:

        and because this idiotic comment system replaces it, this is with added spaces …

        firewall-cmd – -add-port=10000/tcp – -permanent

  6. geo says:

    Maybe the firewall is not installed:
    1. Check the status with systemctl status firewalld
    2. Install firewall if need it with yum install firewalld
    3. Reboot a try again to add the port

  7. ningi says:

    I can´t access to webmin with http:168.78.210.xxx:10000

    firewall-cmd –zone=public –add-port=10000/tcp –permanent (not working for a remote ip address)

    how to add the IP address of my house to use the firewall port 10000 I ‘m connecting to a server with a public ip in another building

  8. Beryl Wong says:

    HI Rasho,
    I need some help in finalizing the SQUID PROXY setup on centos 7. I have logged into the squid conf file vi /etc/squid/squid.conf and really do not understand what lines to remove in the squid conf file. The IP address range of the domain is 10.100.96.0/24. The IP for the proxy server is 10.100.96.25.

    Can you give some ideas as to how to go about doing that?

    Thanks in advance.

    Beryl Wong

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