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How to Configure TigerVNC Server on Fedora 22

Hi everyone, today we'll learn how to setup TigerVNC server in a machine running Fedora 22. TigerVNC is an open source virtual network computing software that was a fork of TightVNC. It focuses on performance and on remote display functionality. After its initial development, it was implemented as the default VNC software in Fedora distribution of linux. […]

July 28, 2015 | By in LINUX HOWTO | Reply More

Howto Configure Zabbix Proxy for External Monitoring on CentOS 7

Zabbix is one the best Open Source network monitoring tool for monitoring an infrastructure. It has many features to monitor services and hosts from low level to high level. So among its all features, we are going to discuss and setup its one the most important and useful feature to provision Zabbix Proxy. To implement […]

July 27, 2015 | By in LINUX HOWTO, MONITORING | Reply More

Easy Backup, Restore and Migrate Containers in Docker

Today we'll learn how we can easily backup, restore and migrate docker containers out of the box. Docker is an open source platform that automates the deployment of applications with fast and easy way to pack, ship and run it under a lightweight layer of software called container. It makes the applications platform independent as it […]

July 24, 2015 | By in LINUX HOWTO | Reply More

Configure "Hello World" with Weave and Docker on Ubuntu

Today, we'll learn about how to get started with Weave and Docker in our machines running Ubuntu as Operating System. Weave creates a virtual network that connects Docker containers with each other, deploys across multiple hosts and enables their automatic discovery. It allows us to focus on developing our application, rather than our infrastructure. It provides such an […]

July 23, 2015 | By in UBUNTU HOWTO | Reply More

Howto Install MATE 1.10 in Mint / Fedora / OpenSuse / Arch Linux

In this article, we'll learn about installing MATE 1.1.0 Desktop Environment in some major Distributions of Linux. MATE is an open source desktop environment forked from the now-dead traditional Gnome 2 Code Base. It is widely installed and loved by lots of Linux users across the world. Mate Desktop is one of the most popular desktop […]

July 22, 2015 | By in GUI, LINUX HOWTO | Reply More

Setup CentOS 7 Vagrant Base Box from Scratch Using VirtualBox

In this article, we'll learn how to create a CentOS 7 Vagrant Base Box from Scratch using VirtualBox. Vagrant is an awesome tool developed by HashiCorp for creating and configuring lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments built on top of industry-standard technology and controlled by a single consistent workflow to help maximize the productivity and flexibility. Its […]

July 21, 2015 | By in LINUX HOWTO | Reply More

Howto Interactively Perform Tasks with Docker using Kitematic

In this article, we'll learn about the installating Kitematic in Windows Operating System and deploying a Hello World Nginx Web Server. Kitematic is a free and open source software which is a modern designed GUI software that allows us to interactively perform tasks with docker. Kitematic has a beautiful design and pretty good interface. It […]

July 20, 2015 | By in LINUX HOWTO | Reply More

How to Install / Configure SNORT IDS on CentOS 6.x / 7.x

Security is a big issue for all networks in today’s enterprise environments. Many methods have developed to secure the network infrastructures and communication over the internet. Among them Snort is a leading open source network intrusion detection and prevention system and a valuable security framework. Its a packet sniffer that monitors network traffic in real […]

Howto Configure FTP Server with Proftpd on Fedora 22

In this article, we'll learn about setting up an FTP server with Proftpd running Fedora 22 in our machine or server. ProFTPD is a free and open source FTP daemon software licensed under GPL. It is among most popular FTP server among machines running Linux. Its primary design aims to have an FTP server with many advanced features and […]

July 16, 2015 | By in LINUX HOWTO | Reply More

How to Configure Chef (server/client) on Ubuntu 14.04 / 15.04

Chef is a configuration management and automation tool for information technology professionals that configures and manages your infrastructure whether it is on-premises or in the cloud. It can be used to speed up application deployment and to coordinate the work of multiple system administrators and developers involving hundreds, or even thousands, of servers and applications […]

July 15, 2015 | By in UBUNTU HOWTO | Reply More

Howto Configure Ubuntu 14.04 to Native ZFS Root Filesystem

Hello everybody, today we are going to setup Ubuntu to a Native ZFS root file  which is an advanced file system and logical volume manager designed to overcome many of the major problems found in previous designs which is designed by Sun Microsystems. The major features of ZFS include its performance with data integrity that […]

How to Configure Zenoss Core 4.2.5 on CentOS 6

Zenoss Core is the most powerful open-source IT monitoring solution in industry. Using a single, web-based console and agentless technology, we can monitor and manage the performance and availability of all devices in our IT infrastructure including networks, servers, storage, applications, converged infrastructure and cloud environment. So, Zenoss Open Source Edition is for any network […]

How to Install / Setup Snapt Load Balancer on CentOS 7

Load balancers are always been important factors used to increase capacity and reliability of applications. In this post we will setup and configure Snapt’s Load Balancer which is a complete software load balancing solution with a wide variety of features and great performance. Load balancers are targeted to decrease response time and maximize reliable performance […]

July 10, 2015 | By in LINUX HOWTO | Reply More

How to Setup smokePing for Latency Monitoring on Ubuntu 15.04

In this article we are going to setup smokePing to keep track of our network with latency monitoring. It can measure, store and display latency, latency distribution and packet loss. It comes with highly configurable alerting system and live latency charts and interactive graph explorers. Smokeping is not limited to testing just the roundtrip time […]