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Usually, getting started with Virtualmin can be done with a few simple steps, using our automated install script. The install script will setup your package manager, usually apt-get or yum, and then download our packages as well as all of the necessary dependencies for running Virtualmin. Be sure to configure your system with a fully qualified domain name , as it will save you a lot of time and documentation spelunking later. Do not pre-install or pre-configure any additional packages on your OS. The installer expects a freshly installed, supported, OS, and anything you do differently may cause conflicts or configuration errors. If you will be enabling third-party package repositories, do so after installation of Virtualmin, and only with extreme caution. If you have already purchased a Virtualmin Professional license, you can find it on your Software Licenses tab under Account. If not, you can purchase a license or download Virtualmin GPL. The easiest way to get the install script onto your server, is to login to your server and use wget or curl.