Webmin for Synology Disc Station
Current Webmin supports Synology DMS 5.0+ and IKPG/OPKG package manager out of the box. this SPK installs or upgrades to the newest Webmin version.
Webmin Version 1.880 is the first offical release with full Synonoly Disc Station support. If the IPKG OPKG Package Manager is installed webmin uses https:// protocol (see Advanced Install).
Click and Point installation
Login to your Disc Station on port 5000, go to Package Center and install Synology packages
then download webmin-1.883-004.spk
open Synology Package Center and klick on "manual installation"
select your already download webmin-1.883-004.spk , then klick "install"
after sucessfull installation you can access webnmin with your browser on port 10000, e.g. http://18.104.22.168:10000
username: admin password: <password you set for synology user admin>
Webmin is configured to support the following Synology installable packages:
Mail Station(postfix, dovecot, spamassasin, roundcube)
Webstation(ngix, apache, php)
Upgrade from older Version
To upgrade from an already installed older SPK you can simply download webmin-1.883-004.spk and install it. It will always download the lastest official Webmin Release.
You can upgrade also direct from Qtip's Webmin 1.600 SPK, if you want to keep your modified Webmin Settings. The package contians code to detect upgrade and activate new modules after upgrade.
Webmin emergency user:
ussername: recovery password: webmin
In case you can not login as admin, login as user recovery, delete the admin user and create a new admin user to access webmin. do not forget allowing access to all modules for new admin user.
emergency user is allowed from local network (22.214.171.124/8) or localhost only.
If you want to get most out of Webmin and Synology Disc Station, install the Community Package Manager
ipkg instead of standard Synology packages
Git Server. installing
is only recommended for users with linux knowledge.
Easy Bootstrap Installerfrom HERE and install before installing Webmin.
- download webmin-1.883-004.spk and install webmin.
Webmin automatically detects if IPKG is installed and use it. the following packages will be installed if ipkg is installed:
ipkg install coreutils git dstat man man-pages perl perl-net-ssleay mc lm-sensors lsof gcc
- to enable SSH access on Synology Disc Sytation go to "System Settings -> Terminal", check
SSH Service. now you can SHH login to your Synology and login as
- to run commands as root use
sudo <command>using the same password as admin.
WARNING: running commands as user root can brick you Synology Disc Station!
Clone github repository and run
git clone https://github.com/gnadelwartz/synomin.git cd synomin ./makespk.sh
To sign Package with your own Key follow the instructions from Qtip
Additional Packages you may install from Webmin bultin Software Package Manager:
bacula - 7.0.5-5 - A set of Open Source, enterprise ready, computer programs to manage backup, recovery, and verification of computer data across a network of computers of different kinds. bzip2 - 1.0.6-2 - Very high-quality data compression program cdrtools - 2.01-8 - low-level CD recording tools: cdrecord, mkisofs, etc. clamav - 0.98.6-4 - Clam ANtivirus is a GPL anti-virus toolkit for UNIX cpufrequtils - 006-2 - To make access to the Linux kernel cpufreq subsystem easier for users and cpufreq userspace tools, a cpufrequtils package was created. It contains a library used by other programs (libcpufreq), command line tools to determine current CPUfreq settings and to modify them (cpufreq-info and cpufreq-set), and debug tools. fetchmail - 6.3.26-3 - A remote mail retrieval and forwarding utility gconv-modules - 2.25-4 - Provides gconv modules missing from the firmware. These are used by glibc iconv() implementation. git-manpages - 2.9.3-2 - manpages of git lynx - 2.8.6-2 - A text browser for the World Wide Web lzo - 2.09-1 - Compression library mailman - 2.1.11-1 - the GNU Mailing List Manager. make - 4.1-2 - examines files and runs commands necessary for compilation moe - 1.4-1 - My own editor, a powerful, 8-bit clean text editor for ISO-8859 and ASCII character encodings. mutt - 1.5.17-3 - text mode mail client openssl - 1.0.2h-2 - Openssl provides the ssl implementation in libraries libcrypto and libssl, and is needed by many other applications and libraries. openvpn - 2.2.0-3 - SSL based VPN server with Windows client support p7zip - 16.02-2 - Command line version of 7-zip for POSIX systems. perl-db-file - 1.814-4 - A module which allows Perl programs to make use of the facilities provided by Berkeley DB version 1. perl-dbd-mysql - 4.033-4 - DBD-mysql - The Perl Database Driver for MySQL. perl-dbd-sqlite - 1.35-3 - The Perl Database Driver for SQLITE. perl-dbi - 1.632-3 - DBI - The Perl Database Interface by Tim Bunce. postgrey - 1.33-2 - a Postfix policy server implementing greylisting. procmail - 3.22-4 - Versatile email processor. proftpd - 1.3.4a-4 - Highly configurable FTP server with SSL-TLS recode - 3.6-3 - The recode library converts files between character sets and usages. screen - 4.2.1-3 - A screen manager that supports multiple logins on single terminal sdparm - 1.07-1 - Utility for listing and potentially changing SCSI disk parameters smartmontools - 5.40-5 - Utility programs to control and monitor (SMART) built into most modern ATA and SCSI hard disks. sqlite - 3.8.1-3 - SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine. unrar - 5.0.12-2 - unrar is an application that can decompress files and archives created using the RAR compression scheme unzip - 6.0-2 - A (de)compression library for the ZIP format xz-utils - 5.2.3-2 - A free general-purpose data compression software with high compression ratio zip - 3.0-1 - a compression and file packaging utility. zoo - 2.10-1 - zoo - File archiving utility with compression
The Package is based on QTip Webmin 1.600 SPK, but heavily modified to automatically download the newest webmimin package from webmin.com and install needed system commands. settings are changed to support the newest DSM Software and as much Webmin modules as possible.