#This install assumes CentOS/Redhat/Fedora SERVER SETUP: sudo yum update # net-tools install resolves errors explained later sudo yum install net-tools vim screen wget firewalld sestatus #change selinux=disabled sudo vim /etc/selinux/config FIREWALL SETUP: sudo systemctl enable firewalld sudo service firewalld start sudo firewall-cmd –state sudo firewall-cmd –get active zones sudo firewall-cmd –list-all sudo firewall-cmd.
CREATE INSTANCES FOR IREDMAIL: Create AWS account – some instances are free for one year AWS – create EFS to store all emails NOTE: make it private with no public IP address AWS – create EC2 using RH7 (see supported distributions) NOTE: make it public, but note both public & private addresses NOTE: the free.
SECURITY GROUPS – Create one for each service (isolate IPs accordingly) RDS instance (mysql – set security group to only MySQL) EFS instance (keep logs .conf and http files) EC2 instance (the engine that runs the show) Linux login – log in with new .pem file Linux update – sudo yum -y update Linux EFS.
——————————————————————— – OVERVIEW / THOUGHT PROCESS – ——————————————————————— This post is simply an eclectic mixture of the various ERROR messages I run into on a daily basis. Maybe this will help someone as they’re googling for their answers one day. Enjoy! ——————————————————————— – APACHE FAIL (FQDN) – ——————————————————————— ERROR: shell> service httpd restart Stopping httpd:.
——————————————————————— – OVERVIEW / THOUGHT PROCESS – ——————————————————————— Recently, there was a hardware failure on my primary mail server, which left me (and my clients) without email for an entire day. Although it was possible to use one of my backups to get us up and running again, I decided to take another route. After.
——————————————————————— – OVERVIEW / THOUGHT PROCESS – ——————————————————————— One of the best and most efficient ways to have a test network is to use VMWare (or any virtual machine) software to create test computers. In this particular case, I was creating a CentOS 6.4 machine similar to my active webserver to test against. As is.
Have you ever just wanted to protect something on your web server. Perhaps there’s a sensitive web page that you created like a blog that you only want certain people to see. Well, here’s how you do it! This will be written for a Fedora/Red Hat/CentOS platform, but will work on any apache web server.
——————————————————————— – OVERVIEW / THOUGHT PROCESS – ——————————————————————— IP address subnetting is actually pretty easy when you understand the individual components. In this writing, I’ll attempt to give you the tools to understand those components so that you can take any subnetting scenario to a logical conclusion. This will only be a novice view, so.
I just got finished watching the key-note address from their World Wide Developers Conference, which I watch every year without fail. This conference’s key-note was one of the most enjoyable that I’ve ever seen! Their innovation knows no bounds, and here’s some of the highlights: – An all new architecture for battery life in their.