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  • Firewall and VPN: Automatically Connect OpenVPNGui to IPFire
    Answer: Initial Installation Set up your installation as per article Open VPN Installation for IPCop. Do not proceed further until this has been installed and tested. You ...
  • Firewall and VPN: Build a Bridging Firewall
    Answer: Build a Bridging Firewall NOTE: This is a work in progress as I build my first bridging router. Today is 3 Oct 2010. I have to ...
  • Windows and OS-X: Checking and Repairing Systems files
    Answer: Checking and Repairing Systems files To verify and correct modified Windows systems files, run the command sfc /scannow If you do not have your original install disk, ...
  • Old: Create a backup server
    Answer: Create a backup server Basic Server Setup (Debian Etch) Perform a standard Linux install, but do not install any unnecessary packages (ie, no web servers, no ftp). ...
  • Windows and OS-X: Installing Unison on Windows
    Answer: NOTE: there are two ways to sync files using Unison; through mounted drives and via ssh. To use ssh, you need to install an ssh ...
  • Xen: HVM Disk Tricks
    Answer: Disk Tricks Well, I've just finally figured out that there are two types of "disks" that xen uses; partition images and disk images. This is irrespective ...
  • Command Line Recipes: Get files from a directory tree maintaining the directory structure
    Answer: How to copy limited files from a directory tree to a target while maintaining the directory structure of the source   rsync is designed to make duplicates ...
  • Hardware: ASUS A53U
    Answer: We purchased an ASUS A53U from NewEgg (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834230240) and it is ok for its purpose. This machine replaces an old ASUS Eee PC that I ...
  • Xen: Dynamically Mount/Unmount Xen Block Devices
    Answer: Xen is an excellent virtualization tool, but dynamically attaching/detaching can be confusing. Most of the articles I have read require you to use fairly confusing ...
  • Systems Administration: How to add serial line console to Linux server (Debian)
    Answer: A serial line console allows you to run true headless servers, with no monitor or keyboard attached. You simply attach another computer (ie, laptop) to ...

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