Squid Config – Transparent

Squid Internet Filtering Using 2 Ethernet Card’s There are 2 Ethernet card’s 1. eth0 with 192.168.1.0/24 connected to ISP router @ 192.168.1.1, Assigned With IP 192.168.1.15 2. eth1 with network 198.168.0.0/24 DHCP server for local network here, or With Static IP’s, 192.168.0.15 3. iptable with the basic rules including the squid3 redirect rules to redirects. […]

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SCP

Secure copy Scp (Secure Copy) is a command line tool to copy or transfer files across hosts. It uses the same kind of security mechanism like the ssh program. Infact it uses an ssh connection in the background to perform the file transfer. scp refers both to the “protocol” that defines how secure copy should […]

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Retreive Apache Log File

Question The server is running Apache and by mistake one of the log files gets deleted via rm domain.com-access_log Without installing any 3rd party recovery tools how can you recover this file that your boss needs. Also assume that as soon as the log file was deleted that Apache was not restarted. Reason for this […]

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RedHat Releases RHEL 7

When the first Linux distributions based on the 3.0 kernel were released almost a year ago, I was struck by how far Linux had advanced. The latest turn of the crank for Linux, in the form of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL 7), reinforces this opinion. Built primarily on recent versions of the Linux […]

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