How to Manually Upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 to the Latest Version

Some tasks require a specific operating system (OS) and version. Therefore, you can always re-OS your cloud server in Account Management Panel (AMP). Ubuntu 16.04 long term support (LTS) version reaches end of life (EOL) in 2024 according to Ubuntu’s release cycle. But if you’re ready for the latest version, you can manually upgrade Ubuntu Read More >

How to Install Webmin on Ubuntu with APT

Webmin is a system administration interface that makes it easier to manage a server without SSH. Like cPanel, Webmin can complete a long list of sysadmin features natively and with installable modules: • File, database, and user management• Language and theme customization• Firewall and other security options• Scheduled Backup configuration• Resource monitoring• DNS Settings• Read Read More >

How to Log into Webmin and Update Passwords

After you install Webmin on CentOS or another operating system (OS), you’ll need to understand how to manage root and Webmin user passwords. Just like cPanel and other alternative control panels, Webmin grants privileged users access to important data, analytics, and more on the server with a graphical interface. You need to use best practices Read More >

How to Install Webmin on Your CentOS VPS

Webmin is a web-based system administration interface that removes the need to edit raw server files in SSH. Like cPanel, Webmin features includes various system administration options natively and with installable modules: File, database, and user management Language and theme customization Firewall and other security options Scheduled Backup configuration Resource monitoring DNS Settings Read email Read More >

How to Re-OS Your Cloud Server in AMP

InMotion Hosting’s Cloud Server Hosting expands your capabilities and options when it comes to Operating Systems (OS). Currently, Ubuntu, CentOS, and Debian are available options to choose for your OS. With the tools available in your Account Management Panel (AMP), you can choose (from the available options) an alternative OS to replace your original selection. Read More >