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24 Set/10

Turn a Pogoplug into a Fully-Featured Linux Web Server [Video]

Turn a Pogoplug into a Fully-Featured Linux Web Server [Video]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Pogoplugs are great little storage devices, but they can do more than they let on. Let’s take a look at how you can hack a Pogoplug into a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) web server. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Turn a Pogoplug into a Fully-Featured Linux Web Server [Video] Technorati...

30 Lug/10

Creating self-signed certificates with gnoMINT

Creating self-signed certificates with gnoMINT

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I do a lot of work with Linux servers. Many of those servers are either web or mail that require the use of a signed certificate for authentication. In some of these cases a CA authorized certificate is necessary. In other cases though a self-signed certificate can be used. I can generate a self-signed certificate by command line pretty easily…but not everyone wants to take the time to learn how to do this. For those that...

17 Giu/10

Fortitude HTTP Is A Local Web Server For Windows

Fortitude HTTP Is A Local Web Server For Windows

Many web developers run local web servers to test website changes without affecting the live websites on the Internet. They can also be used for numerous other purposes from offering access to files or information in a local network to creating the next Facebook or Google. Whatever it is they allow the developer or user to create, modify or offer contents locally in a safe environment. We have covered quite a few free server applications in the past including Windows File Server, the Apache...


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3 Giu/10

WINDOWS VISTA E WINDOWS SERVER 2008 SCHERMATA NERA IN AVVIO

WINDOWS VISTA E WINDOWS SERVER 2008 SCHERMATA NERA IN AVVIO

Quando si avvia un computer che esegue Windows Vista o Windows Server 2008, si blocca con una schermata nera nelle prime fasi del processo di avvio. Il problema si verifica a causa di un blocco critico (deadlock) tra un thread nel driver per Windows NT File System (NTFS.sys) e un thread del programma Autochk.exe. SISTEMI OPERATIVI INTERESSATI Windows Vista Starter Windows Vista Home Basic Windows Vista Home Premium Windows Vista Business Windows Vista Enterprise Windows Vista...

11 Mag/10

Monitor Web Server Files With Websites Cop

Monitor Web Server Files With Websites Cop

Websites Cop is a program for the Windows operating system that ensures that a webmaster or system administrator gets notified immediately if monitored files on a web server have been modified. This is done by linking local files to files on a configured ftp server that the program then checks continuously to make sure that they are identical. Email notification is just one option to react on the modification of files on the server as it is also possible to enable the automatic repair...

27 Apr/10

Windows Home Server Vail Beta Download

Windows Home Server Vail Beta Download

The first official public beta release of Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Home Server codenamed Vail is now available via Microsoft Connect. Vail, which leaked about three months ago, is now officially available for users with a valid Windows Live ID. Windows users interested in testing the latest iteration of Windows Home Server can visit the Microsoft Connect website to download the server software to their PCs. Currently only English language builds are available. Dave Berkowitz,...

11 Apr/10

How to install eGroupware

How to install eGroupware

Quite some time ago I wrote an article that illustrated how eGroupware could serve as a legitimate Exchange replacement (see my article “eGroupware: Your Exchange replacement has arrived“). I very briefly skimmed over the process of installing this outstanding groupware tool. In this case, skimming will get you nowhere. Recently I revisited the installation of eGroupware and thought I should give a bit more detail on the procedure of installing this rather challenging tool....

28 Mar/10

Configure hostgroups for Nagios

Configure hostgroups for Nagios

If you’ve been following my Nagios articles here on Ghacks (see “Easily extend Nagios’ functionality” and “Quickly install Nagios on Ubuntu” for more information) you are probably impressed with how powerful Nagios is. Well, I can happily say you haven’t seen anything yet. Nagios is amazing in it’s ability to extend and report. Of course, along with this power comes a bit of work to be done by the administrator. With Nagios there are no fancy...

17 Mar/10

Understanding Samba security modes

Understanding Samba security modes

If you have read any of the Samba content here on Ghacks you probably will have noticed that within the smb.conf configuration file a line that begins with security =. This is a very important part of Samba setup and generally the section that gives users the most problems. Although the security mode would seem fairly straight-forward, it is certainly worth explaining. In this article I will discuss what the security mode feature does and what the different modes are. By the end of...

15 Mar/10

Connect to a Samba share from OS X

Connect to a Samba share from OS X

Here on Ghacks I’ve worked to cover Samba from numerous angles (check out the Samba Topic on Ghacks). I want to build on that topic by helping you to connect to a Samba share from within the OS X operating system. And just in case your Samba install is not set up, or just not quite right, I will offer up an easy to use smb.conf file that should help you get things rolling. For this installation I will using Samba on a Debian server. Nothing really special, but it is on a fairly secure...

1 Mar/10

Share Ubuntu folders with NFS

Share Ubuntu folders with NFS

If you’ve ever tried to share folders on a Linux machine over a network, you’ve most likely attempted to get NFS working. And on many occasions you might have found yourself nearly pulling out your hair in frustration. Well, you’ll be glad to know that getting NFS working on modern Ubuntu systems is actually quite simple. You just have to have a couple of pieces installed and access to the /etc/exports file. In this article I am going to demonstrate how simple it is to...

25 Feb/10

Quick and easy pop or imap server with Dovecot

Quick and easy pop or imap server with Dovecot

Picking up where we left off a while ago, let’s add yet another feature to our Ubuntu server. We’ve already looked at using Postfix with multiple topics (see Postfix on Ghacks). But we never discussed a means to deliver the mail from the server to the client. That will now change. Linux has multiple ways to deliver email to clients. One of the easiest (as well as most flexible) means is via Dovecot. Dovecot is an open source IMAP/POP server that runs on either Linux or UNIX...

23 Gen/10

Install and use xchat to take Ubuntu classes

Install and use xchat to take Ubuntu classes

Every once in a while the Ubuntu User Days Developer Team offers classes for Ubuntu users where you can join a chat room and ask your Ubuntu questions. One of those days is (with little warning from yours truly) today. Although IRC is, to many, a rather antiquated tool, others find it incredibly helpful. So I thought it would be a good idea to write a tutorial on installing and using one of the tried and true Linux chat clients xchat. Although the tool is simple to install (and often installed...

31 Dic/09

BACKUP FALLISCE CON UN ID EVENTO 12293 SU WINDOWS VISTA E WINDOWS SERVER 2008

BACKUP FALLISCE CON UN ID EVENTO 12293 SU WINDOWS VISTA E WINDOWS SERVER 2008

Questo è un errore frequente che si verifica quando si cerca di fare un backup con installato il sistema operativo Windows Vista o Windows Server 2008 evidenziando l’ID Evento che riporto nel titolo. Dal momento che, come ho detto, si tratta di unerrore abbastanza frequente, Microsoft ha allestito un Hotfix per correggere questo inconveniente: ID evento: 12293 Origine: VSS Messaggio: Errore del servizio Copia Shadow del volume: errore durante la chiamata di una routine in un...

27 Dic/09

Access Remote Computers With Akira [Dropbox]

Access Remote Computers With Akira [Dropbox]

Akira uses the synchronization capabilities of the popular file synchronization service Dropbox to provide basic networking functionality. The core idea of the software is to use shared folders to communicate between clients and servers using the Dropbox service. The program can be used with one Dropbox account that is used on different authorized computer systems or different Dropbox accounts that have been authorized for access. Akira comes bundled with a server application called Latte....

23 Nov/09

Linux reboots are a thing of the past with Ksplice

Linux reboots are a thing of the past with Ksplice

Even though the Linux operating system is very stable and rarely needs a reboot, there are times when an update (such as a kernel update) will make this a requirement. At least that used to be the case. That is correct. With the help of a newly developed technology (dubbed Ksplice) even a kernel update will not require a reboot. This is fantastic news to administrators who depend upon constant uptime for their servers and production desktops/machines. Of course one might think such a technology...

16 Nov/09

Wiredtree Review After Four Months

Wiredtree Review After Four Months

I switched servers from my old dedicated server hoster Hetzner to Wiredtree back in July this year. There were several reasons for this step but especially the incredible offer that I was able to get, the managed support and the need for a faster server due to recent traffic increases. The deal got me an Intel Core i7 server with 12GB DDR3 and 4 Terabytes of bandwidth for $2315.8 in the first year and $2114.8 in the following years. I researched the new web hoster extensively before making...

25 Set/09

Manage your ssh connections with SecPanel

Manage your ssh connections with SecPanel

I do a lot of work with secure shell. There are times when I am connected, via ssh, to multiple machines. Managing these connections can be a real hassle (especially when you have to try to remember numerous IP addresses). Sure you can create bash aliases to make these connections easier to remember, but if you can have a GUI tool to handle this wouldn’t ssh administration be so much easier? Well, you’re in luck. SecPanel is such a tool With SecPanel you can create a profile...

19 Ago/09

How To Backup WinSCP Sessions

How To Backup WinSCP Sessions

WinSCP is a very flexible SFTP and SCP client for the Windows operating system. One of its features is the option to save IPs, usernames and passwords so that they do not have to be entered before connecting to the server in question. Server administrators who are using stored sessions and want to use WinSCP on another computer system can backup and restore WinSCP sessions which is usually a much smoother process than to add the servers manually on the other computer system. WinSCP comes...

11 Ago/09

Is My Blog Working

Is My Blog Working

Found another gem at Rarst’s blog today. Is My Blog Working is an online service that can be used by webmasters and interested users to find out if a blog is responding correctly. It works by entering a blog url in the form on the frontpage of the service. The service will then do some magic and display relevant information about the blog’s status. The information are divided into two sections. The first section will display information about the blog’s responses. This...