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UI front-end for my remote LINUX Web Server - Is possible?

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Hi all - Is there a way to manage my Dedicated Server (Typical LINUX/LAMP box running CentOS) with any kind of GUI (Linux KDE or Gnome or ?) instead of telnet'g in and using Command Line?
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Depending on your exact requirements, then Webmin might be suitable.

http://www.webmin.com
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Webmin would be my choice here, so I would suggest you deploy a webmin and make the modifications via Webmin.
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Great thanks both of you. I have Plesk installed on teh server that I use for various things. Do you know  if there are any potential conflicts between the two?
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