Easy installation With version 8.0, Mandrake Soft has hit a home run in terms of visual appeal and ease of use.
In addition to that I will show how to use Debian's package manager I want to say first that this is not the only way of setting up such a system.
There are many ways of achieving this goal but this is the way I take.
The current Webmin distribution is available in various package formats for download from: Unix tar/gzip format 15.1 MB RPM suitable for Redhat, Fedora, Cent OS, Su SE or Mandrake Linux MB Debian package suitable for Debian, Ubuntu or other derived Linux MB Source RPM suitable for Redhat, Fedora, Cent OS, Su SE or Mandrake Linux 15.1 MB Solaris package format 14.8 MB ZIP format suitable for Windows MB Minimal version of Webmin, Unix tar/gzip format 1.9 MB A Webmin package for Gentoo is now part of their tree, and can be installed with the command : You can also download recent versions of Webmin.
Check out the change log for a list of new features in this version and in older releases.
I do not issue any guarantee that this will work for you!
Thanks a lot for this tutorial, I'll give things a go as soon as I can find the time.
X (at least in Debian) and we didn’t even thought about installing a webcam. Connecting to a Wifi network required hours of command line knowledge and it was brown.
It’s wonderful to see from how far we come and that, now, we can spend time to polish stuffs.
Simply put, no other distribution beats the polished user experience offered by Linux-Mandrake 8.0.
If you're currently running release 7.2, version 8.0 provides a seamless upgrade.
Debian packages and the Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) were the first to introduce several advanced features that are now common, such as automatic dependency resolution and signed packages.