How to Install Webmin Control Panel in Debian 9

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4 Responses

  1. Mex says:

    When I do:

    $ sudo systemctl start webmin

    I get this error:

    Failed to start webmin.service: Unit webmin.service not found.

    Any ideas?

    • Aaron Kili says:


      First ensure that you have actually installed Webmin as shown in this guide; if so, then try to go into /var/webmin directory:
      $su –
      #cd /var/webmin

      And look through these files for any errors:
      #cat miniserv.error
      #cat cat miniserv.log

      • Mex says:

        I just tried,

        $ sudo systemctl start webmin

        again, and somehow everything seems to be working fine. No idea what happened before, I tried a few times. Anyway, all seems good now.

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