Webmin 1.780 Brings Let's Encrypt Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 30 December 2015 at 05:36 PM EST. 4 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
Webmin, the open-source project offering web-based system/server administration on Linux and an alternative to cPanel, is out with a new release after being a few months in development.

Today's Webmin 1.780 release brings updates to its file manager, translation updates, support for SSL certificate requests from Let's Encrypt, MySQL 5.7, automatic DNS records in partial reverse donations, and other bug-fixes and smaller feature work.

More details on Webmin 1.780 via Webmin.com.
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