Linux Tutorials on the topic “linux”

  • The Perfect Setup - White Box Linux / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0

    Author: Falko TimmeTags: Comments: 0

    The Perfect Setup - White Box Linux / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 This is a detailed description about the steps to be taken to setup a Linux server based on White Box Linux that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters (web server (SSL-capable), mail server (with SMTP-AUTH and TLS!), DNS server, FTP server, MySQL server, POP3/IMAP, Quota, Firewall, etc.).

  • NIC Bonding/Teaming - Debian Sarge

    Author: themachineTags: Comments: 12

    Author: BJ DierkesLast Update: December 1st, 2005Contact: wdierkes [at] 5dollarwhitebox [dot] orgThis is a basic howto on the configuration of NIC Bonding/Teaming with Debian Linux. I have recently made changes fixing typos that would have kept this from working properly!

  • Booting Debian from external firewire on Powerpc Mac

    Author: boborossoTags: Comments: 0

    Booting Linux from a mac with firewire requires either editing initrd of an initrd kernel or building a custom one without initrd and with scsi and firewire support compiled in. Not for newbies, unless you know already how to make your firewire drive work under Linux (even if you cannot make it boot).The new beta debian etch installer is able to recognize firewire drives, so I succesfully compiled a kernel and installed the bootloader, so that the installing process could complete. Tested with a maxtor one touch and a titanium powerbook v.2

  • How To Install A Custom Iptables Firewall

    Author: sbovisjb1Tags: Comments: 2

    How To Install A Custom Iptables Firewall This guide is to show you how to edit your iptables if you're running on a server. This guide info came from iptables rocks, but I edited a bunch of data to make it suitable for what I want it to do

  • How do I find out if a remote system is still alive, if certain services are running, which processes are running, etc.?

    apache Author: adminTags: Comments: 0

    You can use ping to see if the system is alive: ping -c4 <system's IP address> To see if a certain service is still alive, use the telnet command: telnet <system's IP address> 25 (for SMTP) telnet <system's IP address> 80 (for HTTP) telnet <system's IP address> 110 (for POP3) You can login to the system using SSH (port 22) (use PuTTY if you are on a Windows PC; PuTTY is an SSH client for Windows), and when you are on the system, you have a few useful tools to gather more information: