Securing external access to CentOS8 ssh with google-authenticato 2FA
There are a lot of guides out there to getting CentOS 7 working well with ClamAV / Amavisd-new, but I didn’t find out single one of them that quite hit the spot completely. I already had a working postfix / amavisd server, so this is working on an assumption of that. I don’t address configuration … [Read more…]
I had all sorts of fun today trying to get Subject Alternative Names working with my OpenSSL Apache server. Got there in the end though! I have been using OpenSSL on my CentOS servers for quite a few years, with certificates for Apache generated in OpenSSL, and then signed by a server that is a … [Read more…]
Applies to: Turba 3 with a mySQL backend. This was driven by the need to store 3 email addresses in Turba to ActiveSync with Apple iOS devices, which store up to 3 email addresses per contact.
This software – Air Video, http://www.inmethod.com/air-video/index.html – rocks… Enables streaming of videos, Divx, MKV, flv, etc to iOS devices. A small Java server component runs on the media server, and uses FFMPEG to convert on the fly to a format that is suitable for the client, which can be purchased through the App Store. I … [Read more…]
Everything running off an Internode 3G connection at the moment…The Optus 3G network certainly has its moments… 🙁
A lot of this taken from http://wiki.makethemove.net/index.php?title=LDAP-Samba Samba will serve three main purposes: Act as a Primary Domain Controller for Windows clients Serve the network printers to Windows clients Serve files to Windows and Linux clients To act as a primary domain controller, Samba needs to access LDAP as the central authentication database.
Introduction and LDAP Design Thanks to http://wiki.makethemove.net/index.php?title=LDAP-Samba. A lot of this is taken directly from there with modifications for my setup. Our domain will take the form of dc=simonandkate,dc=lan and OpenLDAP will be installed on Server01.
I had a motherboard failure a couple of weeks ago in my CentOS server. I couldn’t get the same model to replace it, so ended up with an Asus P5Q board. Slotted in OK, but I then had all sorts of fun trying to get it running properly with CentOS 5.3. Issues being: Network card … [Read more…]
Installed Windows 7 RTM the other day. First impressions – I like it. Clean, fast, a big improvement on Vista in several areas. I like the less obtrusive UAC (you could get Vista to do the same, but this is a good compromise out of the box). A few things are going to take a … [Read more…]