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pfSense :: Configuring OpenVPN

In this post I am going to configure OpenVPN on pfSense and export client certificate for usage on client devices. Configuring new Certicate authority Manager Adding new System Certificate for OpenVPN Adding user Certificate Configuring OpenVPN Server. Configuring new Certicate

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Generate and start using an SSL Certificate for MailCleaner Web interfaces

Making this post as a reminder for other people. I actually have an existing certificate on my Mailcleaner, but it happens to have just expired, so I need to create a new one. Instead of just creating a certificate internally

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Installing network on Ubuntu

There are 4 steps involved Install Nano if you havn’t done so already. Configure the network card to recieve Static or DHCP IP Configure your hostname and gateway Configure your DNS Install Nano # sudo apt-get install nano Conf igure the

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Backing up live linux – work in progress

In this worklog, I’m going to use dump to backup my system and chattr to mark some folders I don’t want to backup. Using Chattr to mark folders we do not want to backup. Quote: A file with the ‘d’ attribute

Posted in Linux, System Utils

Out of space, but you know it’s wrong!

So, I have a Mailcleaner server I’m using for cleaning my mail, but I also wanted to use the 250GB space as backup Space. After settings up Rsync and the firewall I starte backing up data from my NAS, but

Posted in Linux, Rsync, System Utils, Troubleshooting

Adding firewall rule to Mailcleaner

MailCleaner is a full email filtering gateway. It includes a complete GNU/Linux OS and a graphical web interface for user and administrative access (more).. I have a Mailcleaner set up externally and also want to use it as a backup

Posted in Linux, Mailcleaner

Create rsync target on ubuntu linux

On target backup server: Install rsync: sudo apt-get install rsync Create and enter the configuration file using nano and fill in the contents: sudo nano /etc/rsyncd.conf # log file = /var/log/rsync.log timeout = 300 [SHARE_NAME] path = SHARE_PATH read only

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Setup SSH key pair between Linux Server and Diskstation

SSH to Diskstation: mkdir ~/.sshkeys && cd ~/.sshkeys ssh-keygen -t dsa -b 1024 -f ~/.sshkeys/diskstation-rsync-key cd /root/.sshkeys ls -ls chmod 600 /root/.sshkeys/diskstation-rsync-key SSH to Server: mkdir ~/.sshkeys && cd ~/.sshkeys ssh-keygen -t dsa -b 1024 -f ~/.sshkeys/server-rsync-key cd /root/.sshkeys ls

Posted in Linux, System Utils

Install Owncloud

  Source: Install isv:ownCloud:community / owncloud sudo sh -c “echo ‘deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/isv:/ownCloud:/community/xUbuntu_13.10/ /’ >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/owncloud.list” sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install owncloud Need to get 84.6 MB of archives. After this operation, 249 MB of additional disk space will be

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Install and setup SSH server on Linux

In order to install an SSH server on an Ubuntu Linux we simply login and install OpenSSH-server. apt-get install openssh-server The  SSH server now Works with default settings. In order to find the configurations file and other related files for

Posted in Linux, System Utils