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  • : Web Server Load-Balancing with HAProxy on Ubuntu 14.04.

    HAProxy (High Availability Proxy) is an open-source load-balancer which can load balance any TCP service. HAProxy is a free, very fast and reliable solution that offers load-balancing, high-availability, and proxying for TCP and HTTP-based applications. It is particularly well suited for very high traffic web sites and powers many of the world‘s most visited ones.

    Posted on: Friday March 27 2015

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  • : Ubuntu Remote Desktop with X2Go.

    This tutorial explains the installation and usage of X2Go on Ubuntu. X2Go is a remote desktop application to access X-Desktop enviroments over a network connection, it is well suited for low bandwidth connections, has support for sound with PulseAudio and allows desktop sharing. The application has two parts, the x2goclient for the client side and x2goserver (which has to be installed on the desktop system that shall be accessed). The X2Go client software is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

    Posted on: Thursday March 26 2015

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  • : How to turn your Ubuntu 14.10 headless server into a XFCE + VNC Network Desktop.

    This tutorial describes the installation of Gnome 3, XFCE and VNC on a headless server (server without monitor) to turn it into a Linux Desktop that you can access from anywhere over the internet with VNC. The server that is used for this setup is a root server in a datacenter that runs just a minimal Ubuntu 14.10 operating system. I will guide you trough the installation and configuration of the following software:

    Posted on: Wednesday March 25 2015

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  • : How to install the fast and lightweight DNS Server MaraDNS on CentOS 7.

    MaraDNS is a small, free and lightweight Domain Name Server. It is an alternative open-source DNS server, which acts as a caching, recursive, or authoritative nameserver. It is remarkably easy to configure and available for Linux and Windows platform. It can be downloaded from here. You can read more about DNS, recursive DNS, Authoritative DNS here.

    Posted on: Tuesday March 24 2015

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  • : How to access your Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop securely over the network with FreeNX.

    FreeNX offers a way to securely access your desktop remotely over a local network or the Internet. FreeNX is the OpenSource implementation of the NX protocol, originally developed by NoMachine. The NX protocol is very efficient and allows X-Desktop-Connections over slow network uplinks. The connection is secured with SSL / TLS. In this tutorial we are going to check how to install and configure FreeNX on Ubunru 14.04 (Trusty Tahr).

    Posted on: Monday March 23 2015

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  • : Install Tomcat 8 In FreeBSD 10/10.1.

    Apache Tomcat is an open source web server and servlet container developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Tomcat implements the Java Servlet and the JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications from Sun Microsystems, and provides a pure Java HTTP web server environment for Java code to run in. In the simplest config Tomcat runs in a single operating system process. The process runs a Java virtual machine (JVM). Every single HTTP request from a browser to Tomcat is processed in the Tomcat process in a separate thread.

    Posted on: Sunday March 22 2015

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  • : Introduction To DNS (Domain Name System).

    DNS, Domain Name System, is a hierarchical distributed naming system for computers, servers and every resource connected via internet. Since it was difficult to configure websites and servers DNS it is created to diagnose such problems by configuring access to different websites and understand what is going on. It has been in wide use since the 1980’s and it fundamental role is to translate domain names to IP addresses in order to be easily memorized by users.

    Posted on: Friday March 20 2015

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  • : List Of Free IT Automation Tools.

    A specific tools are required when we talk about continuous deployment or IT automation. Currently, we need to be able to build reproducible artifacts and a reproducible infrastructure which we can rapidly manage. Puppet, Jenkins and CFEngine ones from the most important free deployment tools will be outlined in this article.

    Posted on: Thursday March 19 2015

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  • : How To Install And Configure Squid Proxy On Ubuntu And Debian.

    Squid Proxy is a a great proxy server mainly used for caching frequently requested web content in order to speed up response time and also save network bandwidth. It supports many different protocols such as HTTP, FTP, TLS, SSL, Internet Gopher and HTTPS. Although it was originally designed to run as a daemon on Unix-like systems there have been several ports to windows, but according to wikipedia more current versions are not being developed.

    Posted on: Wednesday March 18 2015

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  • : OpenVZ Web Panel: Managing OpenVZ Containers Graphically.

    Very simple, just to make the OpenVZ management more easier. Working on command line might be tedious to new and intermediate users. Using openVZ Web panel, anyone can easily create, delete, manage VMs via a web browser in minutes without having to know all OpenVZ commands.

    Posted on: Tuesday March 17 2015

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  • : Apache Performance Tuning.

    Apache is the world’s most widely used web server software. It was developed and maintained by an open community of developers. Furthermore, it is available for various operating systems such as: Unix, FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris, Novell NetWare, Windows, OS/2, TPF and OpenVMS. It is released under the Apache license and it is a free and open source system. It enables users to run websites with less configuration and administration. This helps to be more productive since it has various pre-installed modules. So if you want to maximize your performance, you need to know some important points that will be outlined in this article.

    Posted on: Monday March 16 2015

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  • : Ways To Secure Your Ubuntu 14.04 Server Running LAMP.

    Most security on servers are the ports and this creates a pathway between the outside world and the server its self, why making all these ports available for access when they ain’t necessary? I will be using a package called UFW which is an easy package for configuring IPTABLES.

    Posted on: Sunday March 15 2015

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  • : How To Install OpenFire On Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.

    OpenFire is a great open source instant messaging server licensed under the Open Source Apache License that offers great service and also rock-solid performance. This real time collaboration server makes use of the XMPP protocol which is a real-time communication protocol based on XML also known as Jabber.

    Posted on: Saturday March 14 2015

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  • : How To Create OpenVZ Container In OpenVZ.

    The Virtual machines are known as Containers in OpenVZ. Unlike the traditional virtual machines of VMWare, KVM, Oracle VirtualBox, the main advantage of Containers is that they will share the resources of the physical machine dynamically. That means, a particular amount of RAM or Disk space will not be allocated to any particular container. The pool of resources will be equally shared by all Containers on demand.

    Posted on: Friday March 13 2015

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  • : Security Measures To Protect Your Servers.

    External and internal attackers day after day are menacing your networks. Many intelligent methods are discovered in order to get access and damage your server. Currently, the Sun Java system application server can’t be as beneficial as it was previously since the tactics used by those attackers are being more dangerous nowadays.

    Posted on: Wednesday March 11 2015

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  • : Linux Basics: Create Network Bonding On Ubuntu 14.10.

    Network bonding is a method of combining (joining) two or more network interfaces together into a single interface. It will increase the network throughput, bandwidth and will give redundancy. If one interface is down or unplugged, the other one will keep the network traffic up and alive. Network bonding can be used in situations wherever you need redundancy, fault tolerance or load balancing networks.

    Posted on: Tuesday March 10 2015

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  • : Comparative Introduction To FreeBSD For Linux Users.

    BSD was originally derived from UNIX and currently, there are various number of Unix-like operating systems descended from the BSD. While, FreeBSD is the most widely used open source Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD distribution). As it is implicitly said it is a free and open source Unix-like-operating system and a public server platform. FreeBSD source code is generally released under a permissive BSD license. It is true that it has similarities with Linux but we cannot deny that they differs in other points.

    Posted on: Monday March 09 2015

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  • : Encrypted Communication: Encrypt And Send Emails Securely.

    In this fast-faced and sophisticated world, you can’t be secure 100% in Internet. And, the Security myth is no technology is 100% safe and secure. There are many prying eyes watching your communication on Internet. How can you secure your communication in online atleast a little bit? No worries, Encrypted Communication is here.

    Posted on: Sunday March 08 2015

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