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How To Install OCS Inventory NG Server 2 On CentOS 5.5
This article explains how to install OCS Inventory NG Server 2 on Linux Server. OCS Inventory is a great software to make inventories. The NG Server is formed by: communication server, deployment server, and administration console. The computers that will be inventoried must run an agent (installed on each computer), to connect to the OCS NG Server. We are using the CentOS 5.5 (64bits) distribution, but it will probably work on Fedora (and Red Hat, for sure).
Icinga (Monitoring Solution) Installation And Configuration On CentOS
Icinga is an enterprise grade open source monitoring system which keeps watch over networks and any conceivable network resource, notifies the user of errors and recoveries and generates performance data for reporting. Scalable and extensible, Icinga can monitor complex, large environments across dispersed locations.
Host Based Intrusion Detection - Samhain
This article describes in some detail how to install Samhain, the host based intrusion detection system. I am not going to ramble on about what host based intrusion detection is or why to use it, as there are plenty of articles already covering those subjects. This article is just to show you how to get Samhain up and running in a client / server configuration with a couple bells and whistles thrown in for fun.
Building A Central Loghost On CentOS And RHEL 5 With rsyslog
Gathering log messages is important. In a lot of situations you'll want to store all entries of logfiles on another server. If a server crashes or gets hacked you want to be able to browse through logfiles from this machine and you want to be sure these log files are not altered in any way. This can be accomplished using a central logserver that receives messages from all other hosts. This howto describes rsyslog putting log messages in one file per day per remote host. Rsyslog is the current standard in RHEL6 and available as a package in the current package streams in RHEL 5.5 (and CentOS 5.5). Setting up rsyslog is pretty simple. It all comes down to a single config file but (there is always a but) every setting needs some planning.
WiKID + OpenLDAP + Freeradius Howto
I installed Openldap and freeradius on one (virtual) server and WiKID on another. We believe that this separation of duties is good security policy. In a way it also makes the setup easier because both WiKID and Freeradius listen on port 1812 of the localhost. Both servers are running Centos5.
Installing Honeyd 1.5c And Arpd 0.2 Under CentOS 5 (With gcc 4.x)
This tutorial shows how you can install your honeypot by using Honeyd (Virtual Honeypot). Honeyd is a small daemon that creates virtual hosts on a network. The hosts can be configured to run arbitrary services, and their personality can be adapted so that they appear to be running certain operating systems.
Setting Up An Active/Active Samba CTDB Cluster Using GFS & DRBD (CentOS 5.5)
This article explains how to set up an Active/Active Samba CTDB Cluster, using GFS and DRBD. Prepared by Rafael Marangoni, from BRLink Servidor Linux Team. We use two nodes, both are active nodes, and the requests are loadbalanced. To replicate data between the nodes we use DRBD. To active/active cluster, we must use a ClusterFS (in this case GFS), to make the two nodes to write on the DRBD resource at same time.
How To Set Up An Active/Passive PostgreSQL Cluster With Pacemaker, Corosync, And DRBD (CentOS 5.5)
This article explains how to set up (and monitor) an Active/Passive PostgreSQL Cluster, using Pacemaker with Corosync and DRBD. We use two nodes, one active (that answers requests from apps) and the other on passive mode. If the active server is down, the passive one will automatically take its position (being the active node). We are using the CentOS 5.5 (64bits) distribution, but it will probably work on Fedora (and Red Hat, for sure) as well.
Nginx Catch-All Host As Front End To Apache For ISPConfig 2 On CentOS 5
How To Set Up Kojoney SSH Honeypot On CentOS 5.5
Kojoney is a low level interaction honeypot that emulates an SSH server. The daemon is written in Python using the Twisted Conch libraries. In computer terminology, a honeypot is a trap set to detect, deflect, or in some manner counteract attempts at unauthorized use of information systems. Generally it consists of a computer, data, or a network site that appears to be part of a network, but is actually isolated, (un)protected, and monitored, and which seems to contain information or a resource of value to attackers. This tutorial shows how you can compile and install updated version of Kojoney on CentOS 5.5 server.