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Peter

Peter

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  • Member Since: 16 Sep 09
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    RE: forum doesnt work with IE9
    Linux.com forums seem to be running Ninjaboard (see the source). I found this link which seems to confirm the issue. http://ninjaforge.com/component/ninjaboard/topic/24850-internet-explorer-9
    Link to this post 12 Apr 12

    Linux.com forums seem to be running Ninjaboard (see the source). I found this link which seems to confirm the issue.

    http://ninjaforge.com/component/ninjaboard/topic/24850-internet-explorer-9

  • Peter
    RE: Fresher Linux System Admin
    Get familiar with the server. What is its primary functions and what applications does it run. Then run these applications up on your own system, learn them. Play with them and break them. Just do it on your test box not the production box. Google is your friend. As long as the system is currently stable and in good shape, any problems will be likely to due to changes YOU make on the system. So be careful and ready to back out of your changes if required.
    Link to this post 13 Jul 11

    Get familiar with the server. What is its primary functions and what applications does it run.

    Then run these applications up on your own system, learn them. Play with them and break them. Just do it on your test box not the production box.

    Google is your friend.

    As long as the system is currently stable and in good shape, any problems will be likely to due to changes YOU make on the system. So be careful and ready to back out of your changes if required.

  • Peter
    RE: Ubuntu Security and Performance
    OpenVPN is a top solution. I have a guide up on my site for those wishing to install on Ubuntu Jaunty. [url]http://hackertarget.com/2009/07/guide-to-openvpn-on-ubuntu-904-jaunty-jackalope/[/url]
    Link to this post 16 Sep 09

    OpenVPN is a top solution.

    I have a guide up on my site for those wishing to install on Ubuntu Jaunty.

    http://hackertarget.com/2009/07/guide-to-openvpn-on-ubuntu-904-jaunty-jackalope/

  • Peter
    RE: Pushing Linux Files on a WinServer to a Linux Box
    Keep it simple. Use winscp and a batch file called by the windows scheduler to automate a push from the Windows2003 server. Obviously will need to setup keys as well so that login is successful. Watch it though - I would be ok with signature updates being automated but would prefer to do patching of the IPS manually, you do not want it to break in the middle of the night.
    Link to this post 16 Sep 09

    Keep it simple.

    Use winscp and a batch file called by the windows scheduler to automate a push from the Windows2003 server. Obviously will need to setup keys as well so that login is successful.

    Watch it though - I would be ok with signature updates being automated but would prefer to do patching of the IPS manually, you do not want it to break in the middle of the night.

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