Linux Tutorials on the topic “other”

  • Asterisk Installation on Debian 7 (Wheezy)

    debian Author: MensreaTags: , , Comments: 2Published: Nov 12, 2014

    Asterisk Installation on Debian 7 (Wheezy) This paper provide installation instructions for Debian linux 7 & Asterisk on a new platform.

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  • The Perfect Database Server: Firebird 2.5.3 on FreeBSD 10

    freebsd Author: mariuzTags: , Comments: 0Published: Sep 12, 2014

    The Perfect Database Server: Firebird 2.5.3 on FreeBSD 10 Here is the guide on installing Firebird 2.5.3 from FreeBSD 10 Ports and creating your first test database; also we show you how to install Flamerobin GUI (administration tool) and the PHP driver for it. This was tested on fresh FreeBSD 10 on a kvm-linux virtual machine.

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  • How To Install The Latest Git On Ubuntu 14.04

    ubuntu Author: howtoforgeTags: , , Comments: 5Published: Jun 04, 2014

    How To Install The Latest Git On Ubuntu 14.04 This tutorial explains the process of installing Git on Ubuntu 14.04. For the uninitiated, Git, the client for the immensely popular GitHub, is a commonly used open source distributed version control system that was originally developed by Linus Torvalds with the objective of supporting Linux Kernel development.

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  • Filtering HTTPS Traffic With Squid

    Author: sichentTags: , Comments: 7Published: Jan 06, 2014

    Filtering HTTPS Traffic With Squid This article will tell you how to compile, setup and configure Squid proxy capable of filtering encrypted HTTPS connections using Diladele Web Safety ICAP content filtering server. Being able to look into HTTPS contents greatly increases your ability to control what is allowed and accepted within your network while keeping inappropriate contents away.

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  • Version 1.4 Of The ISPConfig 3 Manual (Date: 02/22/2013) Available

    ispconfig Author: adminTags: , Comments: 0Published: Feb 25, 2013

    Version 1.4 Of The ISPConfig 3 Manual (Date: 02/22/2013) Available The updated ISPConfig 3 manual is finally available (in PDF format). On more than 300 pages, it covers the concept behind ISPConfig (admin, resellers, clients), explains how to install and update ISPConfig 3, includes a reference for all forms and form fields in ISPConfig together with examples of valid inputs, and provides tutorials for the most common tasks in ISPConfig 3. It also lines out how to make your server more secure and comes with a troubleshooting section at the end. Version 1.4 for ISPConfig 3.0.5 (Date: 02/22/2013) Author: Falko Timme <ft@falkotimme.com>373 pages

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  • Installing Debian Wheezy (testing) With debootstrap From A Grml Live Linux

    debian Author: falkoTags: , Comments: 1Published: Jan 15, 2013

    Installing Debian Wheezy (testing) With debootstrap From A Grml Live Linux This tutorial explains how to install Debian Wheezy (testing) with the help of debootstrap from a Grml Live Linux system (like it is used as a rescue system at Webtropia). This should work - with minor changes - for other Debian and Ubuntu versions as well. By following this guide, it is possible to configure the system to your needs (OS version, partitioning, RAID, LVM, etc.) instead of depending on the few pre-configured images that your server provider offers.

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  • Configure Monit To Send SMS Instead Of Email

    Author: csnetworksTags: , , Comments: 0Published: Jan 04, 2013

    Configure Monit To Send SMS Instead Of Email This tutorial helps you configure monit  to send alert messages using SMS to your mobile phone when a service fails instead of traditional email notification. Because monit can send only emails but not SMS, we will use an email-to-sms gateway where monit will send its emails to, and the email-to-sms gateway will convert the emails to SMS messages.

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  • The Perfect Push Mail Server - Debian Squeeze (Debian 6.0) With ISPConfig 3 & Z-push

    debian Author: zicguyTags: , , , , Comments: 7Published: Nov 21, 2012

    The Perfect Push Mail Server - Debian Squeeze (Debian 6.0) With ISPConfig 3 & Z-push This tutorial describes the installation and configuration of Z-push on a Debian Squeeze server with ISPConfig 3. Z-push is an open-source application to synchronize ActiveSync compatible PDAs and mobile phones. Z-Push was initially developed by Zarafa Deutschland GmbH (Germany). At the end of this tutorial, your customers should be able to sync their mobile phones, by using push technology, with their e-mail accounts stored on your server.

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  • pfSense - Squid + Squidguard / Traffic Shapping Tutorial

    Author: neofireTags: , Comments: 11Published: Sep 26, 2012

    pfSense - Squid + Squidguard / Traffic Shapping Tutorial In this tutorial I will show you how to set up pfSense 2.0.1 up as an Internet Gateway with Squid Proxy / Squidguard Filtering. I will also show that you have to configure some extra features of pfSense like traffic shapping with squid. This type of configuration would be useful for people who want to set up wireless hot spots or Internet cafe's etc.

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  • Running A Small Business Server With ClearOS 6.3.0 (Community Edition)

    Author: falkoTags: , , , Comments: 2Published: Sep 25, 2012

    Running A Small Business Server With ClearOS 6.3.0 (Community Edition) This guide shows how you can install and run a Small Business Server with ClearOS 6.3.0 (Community Edition). With ClearOS, you can run various services (such as a file- and print server, a web proxy and content filter, a mail server, etc.) in your local network and manage them through an easy web interface. ClearOS provides apps for each of these tasks from its marketplace - many of them are free, some of them have to be paid for. ClearOS Community is open-source and free. There's also a professional version available for which you have to pay, but which in return provides better support, better tested apps and updates, etc.

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