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Found an excellent (Dutch) article about how to tighten your less on your system so users can drop trough it to root-shell. I will translate it shortly, here is the […]
Okay, we have a classic setup where we use Postfix and Dovecot together to handle your mail. For storing your mail you use Maildir, which basically puts all the mail […]
Because I could not found any guide that let me properly install SpaceWalk on CentOS 6, I decided to write this article. Kuddos go to The Noc Cave with this […]
Knowing if you adjusted your user beancounters in OpenVZ right can be quite difficult. The OpenVZ wiki has a great article about the systemwide UBC configuration but I takes a […]
With IPv4 probably one of the most annoying things is subnetting. It can be quite hard to understand if you look at it from a technically point of view, it […]
When installing a DHCP server or another service in an OpenVZ VPS (container) it’s mandatory that the network interface connects directly to the network instead of being routed through a […]
Tired of typing in: “vzctl enter <VEID>” all the time? If you’ve not made it already your self, here’s a very handy script: If you copy and paste it directly […]
Posted on 19 May 2011 | 12 CommentsWhen it comes to configuring your SSG-5 Juniper firewall to pass-through PPTP traffic, it can be a pain in the **s. As I discovered myself after two days struggling… So, […]
Posted on 5 February 2011 | No CommentsRemembering John Barry. One of the best composers (known for the James Bond music) passed away. You will be missed John. Thanks!
Posted on 1 November 2010 | 1 CommentJust a movie I finished and posted on Youtube. Have Fun!