I know, I know.. You have already gone the whole internet and still haven’t found those few steps that helps you build a correct certificate to use for your own Webserver.
You reached the right place! I show you how to setup a certificate with a strong encryption and how to import it in your Apache2’s vHost’s conf. file.
This title is pretty long, uh? So, I recently worked on installing this tool (which actually does not need an installation, whatever..) and set it up without its demo database, using therefore a different database: PostgreSQL. Check it out ;). Continue reading
This website was born to keep track of my projects, I tend to forget how to setup something if I’m not doing it daily. I have a collection of text file in my computer and this new one is about installing the OpenVPN application on a Ubuntu server. I made the configuration easy, removing the unnecessary. I suggest to read the OpenVPN manual to adapt the configuration for a specific use. Continue reading
To install a fileserver and having shared folders is common practice both in a office or at home. One may prefer the Windows way for setting these shares up, but I’m using Samba for quite a few years now and talking of shares… here it is my configuration! I applied a “hack” on the Windows eth card too, you will read why Continue reading
I am not going deep into “how to install fail2ban”, there are many tutorials around and it all is reduced to a simple apt-get install fail2ban.
Let’s get straight to have our SSH and Postfix server protected! Continue reading
MDADM is the software used on various Linux distribution capable of managing a raid. it is not important if the raid was setup during the operative system installation or later, the raid on MDADM can be seen as follows. UPDATE: Check out the PDF version at the bottom of this post ;) Continue reading
Once again, I needed a plugin for Nagios that tells me, using error codes, when a script for backups fails or succeeds, based on its log file.