1. File Transfer/Shell Program Recommendations?

    Date: 02/02/05 (Web Development)    Keywords: web, linux

    Can anyone recommend a good freeware, GUI-based file transfer and shell program for Windows so that I can upload files to and run commands on my remote Linux webhost? Ideally I would like something along the lines of SSH Tectia Client, but I currently cannot afford the €136.62 price tag.

    Thanks in advance.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdev/168084.html

  2. Cleaning Up the Server Header

    Date: 01/20/05 (Apache)    Keywords: php, linux, apache

    Currently, my httpd server headers looks like:
    Apache/1.3.33 (Unix) (Gentoo/Linux) mod_perl/1.27 PHP/4.3.10

    How might I clean up the header a bit (so as to not let people know of all the modules I"m running)? Preferably, I'd like it to ONLY say Apache.

    Probably a noob question, heh, sorry.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/apache/16193.html

  3. How do I enable mod_proxy on Apache2 in linux

    Date: 01/07/05 (Apache)    Keywords: linux, apache

    i think i'm the only person that ever posts here. ;)

    again, i'm new to apache under linux, so this may be elementary...

    how exactly do I enable mod_proxy in Apache2? I'm pretty certain I compiled it properly, but I get Invalid command 'RewriteEngine' in the error log from my [previously working on win32 apache] .htaccess file. I am presuming this is because mod_rewrite is not enabled.

    I thought [though retrospectively incorrectly] that if I compiled Apache with --enable-MODULE it would automatically enable those modules. Is there something else I need to do?

    Here's my ./configure script -- does it look right?
    ./configure -prefix=/usr/local/apache2 \
    --enable-module=so \
    --enable-module=auth_db \
    --enable-module=digest \
    --enable-module=example \
    --enable-module=log_agent \
    --enable-module=mime_magic \
    --enable-module=usertrack \
    --enable-module=auth_anon \
    --enable-module=auth_digest \
    --enable-module=cern_meta \
    --enable-module=expires \
    --enable-module=proxy \
    --enable-module=unique_id \
    --enable-module=vhost_alias \
    --enable-module=auth_dbm \
    --enable-module=headers \
    --enable-module=info \
    --enable-module=log_referer \
    --enable-module=mmap_static \
    --enable-module=speling \

    Thanks so much!

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/apache/15652.html

  4. problem reinstalling apache on linux

    Date: 01/06/05 (Apache)    Keywords: linux, apache

    i'm trying to reinstall apache2 on fedora 3 because i failed to compile it with mod_rewrite. i configure it with:
    ./configure -prefix=/usr/local/apache2 \
    --enable-cgi \
    --enable-info \
    --enable-rewrite \
    --enable-speling \
    --enable-usertrack \
    --enable-deflate \
    --enable-ssl \
    --enable-so \
    --enable-mime-magic \

    now you may be wondering why that last line is there. primarily because i don't know what i'm doing. ;) i don't know what mods-shared=most includes, and i want to make sure it includes those that were explicitly stated.

    when i do a make, it terminates after a minute with Error 1

    os/unix/.libs/libos.a(unixd.o)(.text+0x202): In function `unixd_pre_config':
    /usr/src/httpd-2.0.52/os/unix/unixd.c:206: undefined reference to `ap_uname2id'
    os/unix/.libs/libos.a(unixd.o)(.text+0x213):/usr/src/httpd-2.0.52/os/unix/unixd.c:207: undefined reference to `ap_gname2id'
    os/unix/.libs/libos.a(unixd.o)(.text+0x2ce): In function `unixd_set_rlimit':
    /usr/src/httpd-2.0.52/os/unix/unixd.c:255: undefined reference to `ap_log_error'
    os/unix/.libs/libos.a(unixd.o)(.text+0x2ea):/usr/src/httpd-2.0.52/os/unix/unixd.c:246: undefined reference to `ap_getword_conf'
    os/unix/.libs/libos.a(unixd.o)(.text+0x350):/usr/src/httpd-2.0.52/os/unix/unixd.c:268: undefined reference to `ap_log_error'
    os/unix/.libs/libos.a(unixd.o)(.text+0x38e):/usr/src/httpd-2.0.52/os/unix/unixd.c:260: undefined reference to `ap_getword_conf'
    os/unix/.libs/libos.a(unixd.o)(.text+0x7ed): In function `unixd_accept':
    /usr/src/httpd-2.0.52/os/unix/unixd.c:585: undefined reference to `ap_log_error'
    collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
    make[1]: *** [httpd] Error 1
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.52'
    make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

    now, i did not 'uninstall' the previous version of apache because it didn't have a make uninstall and i thought it would just overwrite the necessary files when i did a make install. any help is appreciated!


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/apache/15490.html

  5. What Flavor Should I Choose?

    Date: 11/07/04 (Apache)    Keywords: web, linux

    Of late I have been planning to setup a webserver1, running off of a box built from the old parts of my newly upgraded pc over my cable connection to the 'net. I don't like windows (3.1/95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP) as a OS for running a webserver2,or any other related activity, so I planned to go with linux. I had a hardcopy of good 'ol SuSE (6.1 kernel) but upon installing it, I found that what was good 4 years ago isn't quite up to what I enjoy today. So I installed a copy Redhat that I had from work. I had built a web server for the department on it, and after a bit of futzing around, enjoyed it very much. Looking around though, I found that there were a number of distros that I had only been vaguely familiar with before and each of them seemed to have some rather handy feature.

    So the question in the end is, what do I want out of the OS for my server?

    1: a stable webserver. This is covered by pretty much all distros, so no hard choices yet.
    2: an awesome desktop and USB 2.0 support. This is the secondary consideration, but rather important at the moment.

    I've looked around and talked to a few people on my friends list and a few more on IRC and have been left with more questions than answers. So far, the more I look at redhat, the more my opinion of it can be summed up by one word: 'meh.' A few friends (you know who you are :P ) have been raving to me about gentoo, but I haven't seen or heard enough about it to make an informed decision. There's always FreeBSD, but that's a bit hardcore and not so much on the 'overflowing with spiffy GUI options' side. Old SuSE doesn't seem to have anything really gigantic going for it either. I have no experience with slackware.

    As desktops go, KDE looks rather cool, as does Athena. I'ved used Gnome and it is better than CDE, but then again, what isn't?

    This is where you, my friends come in. Revel me with stories, personal experience and your wisdom.

    (x-posted, appologies if you see this more than once)

    1The webserver in question will be running primarily a website for students from my university, giving the low down on the professors so they know who to go for and who to avoid, and many other handy bits of school related information.

    2The one and only time I ever used windows as webserver (W2K) was when a web developer at work wanted to show me something. So we installed it on my box. It was compromised in 30 seconds. That may be a bit on the generous side, believe it or not. That is why I have no love for windows as an OS in this respect.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/apache/13645.html

  6. WGA side-effect aims at Linux

    Date: 02/23/05 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux, microsoft

    WGA stands for the Windows Genuine Advantage program. It's pitched as an anti-piracy initiative. Only paid-up customers get updates.It's also a highly sophisticated swipe at Linux.Jeremy White of CodeWeavers, which sells Wine-based products, told ZDNet it's nothing to worry about, that Microsoft would face legal action if it tied Office ...

    Source: http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/index.php?p=163

  7. Dvorak’s cunning plan to kill Linux

    Date: 02/23/05 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux, microsoft

    John Dvorak hosted a roast for the launch of Microsoft Windows 1.0, nearly two decades ago, and has always had a soft spot in his heart for Big Green.This month, he tells Bill Gates "how to kill Linux." Lop off its head, he says. Ship Linux under Windows, separated from ...

    Source: http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/index.php?p=162

  8. Mambo on FreeBSD 5.3

    Date: 02/23/05 (PHP Community)    Keywords: php, mysql, xml, sql, java, linux, apache

    I'm having a few problems getting Mambo working on FreeBSD 5.3

    Whenever I try to log in to the administrators account, with a valid username\password, you get presented with the same screen with the username\password boxes still filled in. /var/log/messages states "Feb 23 17:42:42 linux kernel: pid 15803 (httpd), uid 1006: exited on signal 11"

    Nothing is written to the Apache access or error logs

    If I try to log in with an invalid combo, a JavaScript popup tells me I got either the username or password wrong. So, the authentication is sort-of happening

    The only useful thread I've found on the Mambo forums was this one. Which states "To all who have this issue, it is a problem with duplicate extension entries in your php.ini"

    All I have in my php.ini that contains references to extension are:

    extension_dir = "/usr/local/lib/php/20020429/"

    So there aren't any duplicates

    I really don't know much about setting PHP up. Does anyone have any pointers?

    I seem to remember having this problem in the past with Gallery, and the issue was resolved by installing php4-extensions

    Here's the version of all PHP stuff I have installed:

    # portversion -v | grep php
    mod_php4-4.3.10_2,1         =  up-to-date with port
    php4-bz2-4.3.10_2           =  up-to-date with port
    php4-ctype-4.3.10_2         =  up-to-date with port
    php4-extensions-1.0         =  up-to-date with port
    php4-gd-4.3.10_2            =  up-to-date with port
    php4-mysql-4.3.10_2         =  up-to-date with port
    php4-openssl-4.3.10_2       =  up-to-date with port
    php4-overload-4.3.10_2      =  up-to-date with port
    php4-pcre-4.3.10_2          =  up-to-date with port
    php4-posix-4.3.10_2         =  up-to-date with port
    php4-session-4.3.10_2       =  up-to-date with port
    php4-snmp-4.3.10_2          =  up-to-date with port
    php4-tokenizer-4.3.10_2     =  up-to-date with port
    php4-xml-4.3.10_2           =  up-to-date with port
    php4-zlib-4.3.10_2          =  up-to-date with port
    phpMyAdmin-2.6.1            =  up-to-date with port

    Any pointers would be most appreciated!

    Update: Sorted. It seems that I did have 2 entries for session.so. One was in /usr/local/etc/php.ini and the other was in /usr/local/etc/php/extension.ini

    I commented one out, and it started working

    Leaving this entry in-tact, just in case anyone else has the same problem

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php/265349.html

  9. Let the mergers begin

    Date: 02/24/05 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    Today MandrakeSoft announced that it was acquiring Conectiva, which was hailed as a merger of second-tier Linux sellers. A bit uncharitable, perhaps, but an apt description. Second-tier doesn't describe their products, but even as a joint venture the two companies are much smaller than either Red Hat or SUSE. ...

    Source: http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/index.php?p=165

  10. How far does $100 million go?

    Date: 02/25/05 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    All the way to India.When IBM announced recently it was putting $100 million into Linux development, I declined to get excited. IBM is a huge company, $100 million is like tipping the waiter.I forgot how well $100 million spends in the real world. Or what it can mean. As the ...

    Source: http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/index.php?p=166

  11. Infiniband in the kernel

    Date: 02/27/05 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    The next version of the Linux kernel, dubbed 2.6.11 will include support for InfiniBand. This comes just as IBM adds InfiniBand switches to its Linux cluster solutions. At this point you are welcome to say: big deal. InfiniBand support has existed in a variety of Linux distros for some time. ...

    Source: http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/index.php?p=168

  12. Inside IBM’s open source strategy

    Date: 03/01/05 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    IBM's open source strategy is pretty simple when you come right down to it.Linux, and open source, will unite IBM's past with computing's future.That sounds like it was written by someone in IBM marketing, but it's easy to explain with one story "ripped from the headlines" over at News.Com.Here it ...

    Source: http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/index.php?p=171

  13. My blog readers prefer Mozilla browsers on Windows!

    Date: 02/10/05 (Java Web)    Keywords: browser, linux

    My blog readers prefer Mozilla based browsers, which is used by 51.21%. IE is lagging behind at 39.08%! On the other hand my readers prefer Windows with Windows XP alone accounting for 51.48%. MacOS tops non-Windows platform at 6.74%. Linux following closely behind at 5.12%. SunOS is in the last position. It makes sense to open [...]

    Source: http://blog.taragana.com/index.php/archive/my-blog-readers-prefer-mozilla-browsers-on-windows/

  14. Quote

    Date: 02/26/05 (Computer Geeks)    Keywords: linux

    This is a wonderful quote from my friend David.

    "asking what makes linux so good for servers is like asking why boobs are so good to look at"

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/computergeeks/614694.html

  15. Preview 4!

    Date: 12/03/04 (Opera Browser)    Keywords: linux

    Preview four is out, builds 7364b & 874

    Preview 4 for Windows

    Preview 4 for Linux/BSD etc.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/opera_browser/22028.html

  16. Preview 3

    Date: 11/12/04 (Opera Browser)    Keywords: linux

    Preview 3 is out for Windows: changelog

    It rocks!

    Linux builds will be out monday.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/opera_browser/21745.html

  17. Adventures with the Penguin: A Linux Diary

    Date: 02/23/05 (Mozilla)    Keywords: linux, spam

    Crossposted to '[info]'linux, '[info]'linuxsupport, '[info]'openoffice and '[info]'firefoxusers:

    Profuse apologies for spamming the community, I promise it won't happen again (until another article is published) - Philip's Adventures with the Penguin: A Linux Diary will now be indexed at this page - so watch here for the bi-monthly updates.

    Also, you may friend '[info]'penguin_adv for notifications on your friends list when new articles are posted.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/mozilla/253833.html

  18. Series of articles

    Date: 02/21/05 (Mozilla)    Keywords: software, linux

    Just a quick post to introduce a new series of articles that I've been engaged to write that will cover Linux, the philosophy of Open Source Software, various projects that exist and, principally, my experiences with Linux over the coming months. They're supposed to be an informative and mildly humorous introduction to the subject, as well as tracing the course of my own (newbie to Linux) travails, tribulations and (hopefully) triumphs.

    Philip's Adventures with the Penguin: A Linux Diary

    Watch here for bi-monthly updates.

    (Cross posted to '[info]'openoffice and '[info]'linux.)

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/mozilla/252659.html

  19. SANS online self study cources

    Date: 02/02/05 (IT Professionals)    Keywords: linux

    My employer thinks it would be a good idea to do the SANS online self study cources. Sigh - and I was hoping to go to Houston for a week.

    I would appreciate any input on the self study courses - expecially Track 4 (Hacker Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling) and track 6 (Securing Unix/Linux).

    Should I be pushing to attend the in-person training?



    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/itprofessionals/3254.html

  20. Trustix Secure Enterprise Linux

    Date: 10/28/04 (Web Hosts)    Keywords: web, linux

    Has anyone tried trustix? Theres not much info about it on the web. I installed it tonight, and it seems like a pretty well put together linux distro. Very centered towards servers, and not workstations.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webhosts/21093.html

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