Content from Andrai Daneasa, thanks!
1. Download webmin from http:www.webmin.com . Currently 1.520
2. Execute webmin package. It will fail but it’s easier for us, since we’ll just force installing dependencies, rather than installing them one by one.
sudo dpkg -i webmin-current.deb
3. Install missing dependencies and it will automatically recompile webmin
sudo apt-get -f install
Enjoy webmin on https://[serverIP]:10000 .
So easy when you don’t have to worry about dependancies.
There were issues with Apache configuration under webmin in Ubuntu Server 10.10. Webmin couldn’t see that apache was already started so you have to do the following (thanks hrpr on the Ubuntu forums):
I just installed Webmin on Ubuntu 10.10 desktop and had same problem. Fixed in my case by settng path to Apache PID to “/var/run/apache2.pid” rather than using the default setting of “Work out automatically.” I did not make any changes to the envvars file.
This also worked for me.
On another note, my fresh install of Ubuntu Server 10.10 with a LAMP server and webmin installed, on a vmware virtual server, came to 1.64GB, a tiny amount!