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How to install Packetfence on CentOS 7

Автор: | 04.05.2018

Image: Jack Wallen Eleven years ago, I managed to get Packetfence installed on a Linux machine. I remember it well, because at the time Packetfence was an absolute nightmare to get up and running. Succeeding at that task made me feel like I’d seriously accomplished something. Back then, I was installing on (are you ready… Читать далее »

3 reasons why you should give Debian a try

Автор: | 27.04.2018

Have you ever heard of Ubuntu Linux? What about Linux Mint or Elementary OS? Those are all Linux distributions that are very user-friendly and do a great job of helping users ease into the world of Linux. But have you heard of Debian? Debian is that distribution of Linux that all three of the previously… Читать далее »

How to check package dependencies with apt-rdepends

Автор: | 19.04.2018

Image: Jack Wallen How many times have you hesitated to install an application on a debian-based Linux distribution simply because you weren’t sure of what dependencies the application might install. Maybe that hesitation is because you’re dealing with a server and you can’t risk installing a dependency that might wreak havoc on your running services.… Читать далее »

Windows 10 Spring Creators Update: A cheat sheet

Автор: | 07.04.2018

Windows 10 is never finished, with Microsoft adding a bevvy of new features to the OS twice a year. The latest bundle of features is almost here, with the Spring Creators Update expected to begin rolling out to PCs worldwide soon. Windows 10 users can expect a smattering of improvements, the most interesting of which… Читать далее »

How to install the GNS3 network emulator on Ubuntu

Автор: | 06.04.2018

Image: Jack Wallen If you’re a network administrator, you know how valuable good tools are. Most everyone knows about tools like traceroute, ping, Wireshark, iPerf, and Nmap—tools that help you sniff out issues on your currently running network. But what about when you are in the design phase of your network? Do you rely on… Читать далее »

Linux on Windows 10: Microsoft makes it simpler to port your favorite distros

Автор: | 28.03.2018

Microsoft is making it easier for Linux operating systems to run on top of Windows 10. The company is releasing code designed streamline the process of porting a Linux distribution to run on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). The WSL allows Windows 10 to run various GNU/Linux distros from the Windows Store, providing access… Читать далее »

Most powerful Raspberry Pi-style boards yet? Octa-core machines with dual-SATA, PCIe, USB 3.0 and 4K video

Автор: | 20.03.2018

Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways: Single-board computers will be released with a dedicated chip for accelerating AI-related tasks. The boards are aimed at developers who want powerful low-cost machines for testing out AI, IoT, automotive and other applications. Single-board computers have traditionally been relatively underpowered, but 2018 will… Читать далее »

How to build a database report using LibreOffice Base

Автор: | 08.03.2018

Image: Jack Wallen For most, the LibreOffice office suite is a way to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. However, there is a very powerful tool lying in wait for you to use: LibreOffice Base. Base is exactly what you think it is, a database tool. With it, you can do quite a bit—even connect to… Читать далее »

New vulnerability in Exim software allows hackers to gain control of your mail server

Автор: | 07.03.2018

Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways: A critical vulnerability in Exim allows attackers to remotely run arbitrary code without authentication. The vulnerability has been patched in version 4.90.1. A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Exim, a widely deployed mail transfer agent. With a specifically crafted mail message, an… Читать далее »

How to use Antsle to quickly deploy a virtual machine

Автор: | 28.02.2018

Image: Antsle The Antsle is an incredibly powerful and easy to use tool for deploying virtual machines and containers. These deployed machines are called «antlets» and can be anything from a full-blown server operating system (such as CentOS, Ubuntu Server, or Windows Server) to a desktop OS. Antsle is a developer’s dream come true, but… Читать далее »