Use Rsync To Copy/Sync Files Between Servers

19 Sep

Use Rsync To Copy/Sync Files Between Servers https://www.atlantic.net/community/howto/use-rsync-copysync-files-servers/ Introduction Rsync is a great way to synchronize files between servers or to simply move files between servers without the need of FTP. It connects two servers via the SSH protocol, allowing … Read More »

Moving the C:\WINDOWS\INSTALLER Directory

10 Sep

Moving the C:\WINDOWS\INSTALLER Directory Often servers or workstations will run low of disk space on the system partition.  This is especially true I’ve found with older Dell servers that shipped with a 12GB system partition. The c:\windows\installer directory often occupies … Read More »

install webmin on Centos

8 Sep

yum (CentOS/RedHat/Fedora) By adding the Webmin repository and Jamie Cameron’s key, it is possible to install & maintain the latest Webmin/Usermin versions. The following will install the latest Webmin version by adding the webmin-repo and corresponding GPG key. Yum will … Read More »

Windows Update Slowness

8 Sep

Windows Update Slowness We’ve heard a number of people report that Win7, when freshly installed, take a long time and a lot of memory to apply the first round of updates. The ‘check for updates’ part of the sequence taking … Read More »

iptables port forward script

7 Sep

3down vote I have created the following bash script for doing this on my linux router. It automatically infers the WAN IP and confirms your selections before proceeding. #!/bin/bash # decide which action to use action=”add” if [[ “-r” == … Read More »

Migrate Outlook contacts to your Android phone

6 Sep

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/smartphones/migrate-outlook-contacts-to-your-android-phone/ you own an Android device, you probably already know that you can’t sync to Outlook without the help of third-party software. Of course, if you’re on Exchange, it’s not a problem. But for those using IMAP or POP3, just … Read More »

Securing your Linux Server in 8 Steps

5 Sep

Securing your Linux Server in 8 Steps Before I get going with too many tutorials, it might be a good idea to just step back and talk about the very first thing you should be doing from the start: securing … Read More »

4 Sep

There are many design considerations that can dictate how to build your virtual machines (VMs), but a major consideration is storage. This post will focus on using virtual hard disks (VHDs) stored locally on the hypervisor—either through direct attached disks, … Read More »