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ProComputers Core with Webmin and Shell-In-A-Box powered by CentOS

This is a minimal CentOS 6.5 (i386) installation, on top of which Webmin and Shell-In-A-Box have been added. Using Yum RPM package manager, additional software like Apache, PHP, Perl and MySql DB can be easily installed on the fly. Webmin is one of the most used free web based system configuration tools for system administrators. In order to use it, you'll have to login first and then create an usable webmin username and password by running the webmin-init command. By default ssh root login is disabled and only the admin user is allowed to connect using public key authentication. Shell-In-A-Box... Read more


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    Latest Version

    2014-05-21


    Operating System

    Linux/Unix, CentOS 6.5


    Delivery Method

    32-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



    AWS Services Required

    Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, EMR


    Highlights

    • Minimal secured CentOS image having Webmin and Shell-In-A-Box already installed. By default root login is disabled and only the admin user is available and allowed to login using ssh and the public key specified at instance launch time.
    • Webmin is one of the most used web based system configuration tools for system administrators, while Shell-In-A-Box is a web based SSH client that lets you access your server remotely using a web browser.
    • Everything is installed within one single 8 Gb partition. Network is configured to use DHCP and SELinux is enabled by default. iptables is configured with synflood protection, that limits new incoming TCP connections to maximum 100 per second.

    Product Description

    This is a minimal CentOS 6.5 (i386) installation, on top of which Webmin and Shell-In-A-Box have been added. Using Yum RPM package manager, additional software like Apache, PHP, Perl and MySql DB can be easily installed on the fly. Webmin is one of the most used free web based system configuration tools for system administrators. In order to use it, you'll have to login first and then create an usable webmin username and password by running the webmin-init command. By default ssh root login is disabled and only the admin user is allowed to connect using public key authentication. Shell-In-A-Box is a web based SSH client that lets you access your server remotely using a web browser. Since the admin account has a randomly generated password and Shell-In-A-Box supports passwords authentication only, you'll have to use passwd command in order to create an usable admin password.

    Product Details

    • Version: 2014-05-21
    • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 05/21/2014

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    Usage Instructions

    1. Create an EC2 instance with 1-Click, or optionally, using EC2 Console.2. SSH to the <Public_DNS> using admin user and the key pair specified at instance launch time.3. Sudo needs to be used in order to run a command as root superuser. Use "sudo su -" in order to get a root prompt.4. Webmin web based configuration tool will be available at https://<Public_DNS>:10000. You'll have to run "sudo webmin-init" command in order to create an usable Webmin username and password.5. Shell-In-A-Box web based ssh terminal will be available at https://<Public_DNS>:4200. Since the admin account has a randomly generated password and Shell-In-A-Box supports password authentication only, you'll have to run "sudo passwd admin" command in order to create an usable admin password.6. BECAUSE BOTH WEBMIN AND SHELL-IN-A-BOX WEB BASED LOGINS ARE VISIBLE EXTERNALLY, PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU CHOOSE STRONG AND SECURE PASSWORDS.Additional information can be found at http://www.procomputers.com

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    Support Details

    ProComputers Core with Webmin and Shell-In-A-Box powered by CentOS

    Please note that CentOS is Open Source software. Support is entirely community driven and delivered via various venues listed at http://wiki.centos.org/GettingHelp

    For support related to all AMIs bundled toghether by ProComputers.com, please visit http://www.procomputers.com

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