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Webmin is a cross-platform,
cross-processor architecture, web browser based administration tool,
which interfaces to a small web server that runs the application through
https, which is written in Perl. It can run on virtually any system
that has a Perl interpreter, providing an administration interface for
many UNIX-like OS's. Webmin can be used to administer most major Linux
distributions, several different releases of Sun's Solaris, and some
freeBSD based systems including Apple's OSX. It is available through
source code or a prepackaged rpm, which may be included with the distribution
disks or it, can be downloaded from http://www.webmin.com.
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