How to install Webmin on Fedora 33

Ankur Gupta
Ankur Gupta
Web developer by profession, Over 10 years experience of building websites and web applications. Currently working on Epaper CMS Cloud (Software As Service based product). Special interest in computer and technology. After writing on the blogger platform for years, started his own tech portal Antarjaal.In.

Webmin is web based system administration software for Unix and Linux. Using webmin you can control and manage your server through web browser. You can also call it the GUI of Linux server. In this post we will learn how to install webmin in Fedora 33. So let’s start:

Step 0: If the root user is not enabled in your Fedora installation, then you can enable root user and set its password by following the command:

sudo passwd root

Step 1: Download the latest version of webmin RPM package using the following link:

You can also download webmin rpm using the following command:


Step 2: Now install the webmin dependencies using the following command:

sudo dnf -y install perl perl-Net-SSLeay openssl perl-IO-Tty perl-Encode-Detect

Step 3: Now install your RPM file:

rpm -U webmin-current.rpm

The installation process may take some time to complete. After completion you can open the webmin from your web browser using your IP address and port 10000. For example:


A login screen will appear. Enter your root username and password (See step 0) and click on login.

Congratulations! Webmin is now successfully installed in Fedora.

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