Monthly Archives: June 2013

Installing Redis

Install prerequisites apt-get install make gcc tcl chkconfig Make a directory to download and compile redis : Find the newest at Redis download page. mkdir -p /opt/redis && cd /opt/redis wget http://redis.googlecode.com/files/redis-2.6.14.tar.gz tar -xzvf redis-*.tar.gz && cd redis-*make Make the

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Installing Webmin

Going to install Webmin as: (quote from the site:) Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any modern web browser, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more. Webmin removes the need

Posted in Linux, Webmin

Installing Postfix and configure smarthost for use with Exchange.

I’m planning to use RANCID from Shrubbery Networks Inc. which can automatically gather and keep versioning of my networking devices, such as Routers, switches etc. I were going to use the newest version of Ubuntu server, but as it turns

Posted in Linux, Postfix

Exchange 2010 as Relay Server.

As I wrote in Installing Postfix and configure smarthost for use with Exchange I’m going to use Linux for some monitoring and need Linux to be able to send mail via my Exchange server. As it turned it, it’s really

Posted in Exchange 2010, Linux, Postfix

Installing and configuring Rancid

Been looking for some easy to use and easy to maintain versioning system for all my networking equipment, and found Rancid from Shrubbery Networks inc. to be the ideal solution. I have later made a post about how to add Support

Posted in Linux, Postfix, Rancid

Installation and setup of CVS on Ubuntu.

In my hunt for using Rancid I continually bumbed into errors. Turned out I needed to install CVS seperately, and finally got that part to Work: First we need to install CVS: root@ubuntu~: apt-get install cvs After you install cvs,

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Server 2012 – NIC Teaming – Load Balacing and Failover (LBFO)

  I have 3 Networking adapters in my small test server and I want to team two of them in order to achieve some failover and loadbalancing. This is what I’ll end up with: From these two, to the one

Posted in Server 2012

Server 2012 – Move a DCHP database to a new server.

Server 2012 – Move a DCHP database to a new server. Continuing from our previous post “Server 2012 – View and moving FSMO roles using mostly GUI” where we move the fsmo roles from the 2008r2 server to the 2012 server,

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Server 2012 – View and moving FSMO roles using Powershell

Server 2012 – View and moving FSMO roles using Powershell Related to our Server 2012 – View and moving FSMO roles post, where the individual steps are describe using GUI, we get the Powershell version here: View the current FSMO

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Server 2012 – View and moving FSMO roles using mostly GUI

Server 2012 – View and moving FSMO roles using mostly GUI. LAB Setup: In this LAB, we have 2 Domain Controllers, and want to change where the FSMO roles and GC resides. In this case, we are migrating from Server

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