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Install and Configure CSF(Config Server Firewall) on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

This article covers the process of installing Config Server Firewall on Ubuntu 20.04. In fact, Config Server Firewall (CSF) is a popular security tool for Linux comes with multiple features such as stateful packet inspection firewall (SPI), intrusion detection, a login failure daemon, DDOS protection, and control panel integration.

For additional help or useful information, we recommend you check the official CSF website .

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Install Webmin on Rocky Linux 8 - Step by Step Process ?

This article covers steps to Install and configure Webmin on Rocky Linux 8 using the automated installation script. Webmin web interface is used to set up user and disk management, Apache, DNS, PHP, MySQL, check CPU usage, system info, network config, and more.

How to Install Webmin using RPM package ?

It is also possible to install Webmin using the rpm package available on the download page of Webmin. This is the quickest way to get Webmin up and running on your Linux machine.

1. Install dependencies

Since Webmin is written in Perl, you need to install Perl and its dependencies:

$ sudo dnf install perl perl-Net-SSLeay perl-Data-Dumper perl-Encode-Detect

2. Download and Install Webmin RPM package

This will install the latest version of Webmin using the rpm package:

$ sudo dnf install https://www.webmin.com/download/rpm/webmin-current.rpm

How to uninstall Webmin ?

You can simply uninstall Webmin using the script /etc/webmin/uninstall.sh.

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Install or Enable Cockpit on AlmaLinux 8 - Step by Step Process ?

This article covers how you can install and get started with the Cockpit web-administration tool for monitoring system statistics, metrics, and overall health. The cockpit is accessed through a web browser and its dashboard gives you a peek of your server's health alongside other system statistics such as network usage, disk space, and utilization, current users, system uptime, running processes, and system logs.

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Steps to Install Webmin on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ?

This article will guide you on the steps to install #Webmin in your Linux system. Webmin comes with a very simple webserver called miniserv.pl that is capable of doing all that is necessary for Webmin to run. However, it is not as fast or memory efficient as a well-developed server such as #Apache.

To modify the default port, 10000 to 10101, open the /etc/webmin/miniserv. conf file and modify line 1 and 16. Now you can access the Webmin through url with new custom port.

To Install Webmin on #Ubuntu:

1. Log in to your Ubuntu #server.

2. Issue the command sudo nano /etc/apt/sources. list.

3. Hit [CTRL][x] and save the file.

4. Add the downloaded key with the command sudo apt-key add jcameron-key. asc.

5. Update apt with the command sudo apt-get update.

6. Install Webmin with the command sudo apt-get install webmin.

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Quota not working in Virtualmin - How to fix this issue ?

This article covers methods to fix Quota not working in Virtualmin for our customers. In fact, Quotas are used to limit the amount of disk space a user or group can use on a filesystem. Without such limits, a user could fill up the machine’s disk and cause problems for other users and services.

How to install Quota Tools on Ubuntu ?

To set and check quotas, we first need to install the quota command line tools using apt. Let’s update our package list, then install the package:

$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt install quota

 You can verify that the tools are installed by running the quota command and asking for its version information:

$ quota --version

How to enable Quotas on Ubuntu ?

Before finally turning on the quota system, we need to manually run the quotacheck command once:

$ sudo quotacheck -ugm /

This command creates the files /aquota.user and /aquota.group. 

  • u: specifies that a user-based quota file should be created.
  • g: indicates that a group-based quota file should be created.
  • m: disables remounting the filesystem as read-only while performing the initial tallying of quotas. Remounting the filesystem as read-only will give more accurate results in case a user is actively saving files during the process, but is not necessary during this initial setup.

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