Tag: Debian

How to install Sogo Groupware Server on Debian

  Today we talk about Sogo. SOGo is a fully supported and trusted groupware server with a focus on scalability and open standards, is released under the GNU GPL/LGPL v2 and above. SOGo provides a rich AJAX-based Web interface and supports multiple native clients through the …

How to Install Cacti SNMP Monitoring Tool on Debian 9

  This tutorial will show you how to install and configure Cacti network monitoring tool from source to ensure that you get the latest version on Debian 9, codename Stretch. Cacti is a web-based network monitoring tool, completely open source, designed to display network and system …

Install and Configure ISC DHCP Server in Debian 9

  DHCP or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is a protocol used in networks through which a system can automatically obtain the network settings, at boot time, required for communicating with other network devices. Using a DHCP server at your premises greatly simplifies the administration of network …

Install and Configure LEMP Stack in Debian 9

  LEMP stack is an acronym which stands for the following packages combined together: Linux kernel, Nginx web server, MariaDB database (or MySQL) and PHP server-side programming language). These pieces of software are widely used on servers on the internet today to deploy dynamic websites or …

How to Monitor Log Files with Graylog2 on Debian 9

How to Monitor Log Files with Graylog2 on Debian 9 It’s teamwork, but simpler, more pleasant and more productive. Graylog is a free and open source log management tool based on Java, Elasticsearch and MongoDB that can be used to collect, index and analyze any server …

Tails OS 3.0 Released! Now Uses Debian 9

One of the most popular privacy focused Linux distributions, Tails has released version 3.0, based on Debian 9. The release comes three days before the official release of Debian 9. This is the first time a new version of Tails is released almost at the same …

Complete Guide To Bug Reporting In Debian Linux

Reporting bugs is one the many ways you can help Linux grow. All free software distributions, projects have different systems in which bugs are collected, analyzed, labeled and fixed depending on number of people who know the source-code. Since I love Debian, I’ll show you how …

APT: Rebuilding Package in Debian

  Package rebuilding is something easily done in Debian. As SysAdmin, you might find yourself in a spot needed to rebuild a Package, maybe to enable a feature or something. This exactly I will show you how to do in this post. In this post, I …

How To Patch The Debian 6 Squeeze Shellshock Bug

I run a few webservers at work that are internal facing only (intranet) that run Debian 6 Squeeze. I’ve been monitoring the Shellshock exploit since it was discovered a few weeks ago and have been looking for a way to get those few systems patched…despite them …

How To Change Hostname On Ubuntu

Brief: This quick tip shows you how to change hostname on Ubuntu and other Debian based Linux system. When you install ubuntu, Ubuntu asks you to choose a name for your computer which is known as a “hostname”. If at in point of the time you …

How to improve the security of Magento e-commerce website

Magento is an e-commerce software platform used by small businesses and leading brands, and its community edition is a freely available open-source program. Thanks to the huge collection of third-party developed plugins and themes which extend the default functionality and design, Magento is evolving into the …

How to build a kernel module with DKMS on Linux

Suppose you wanted to install a device driver for a new graphics card, a WiFi dongle, or a network interface card that you purchased, and for whatever reason (e.g., missing prebuilt driver, outdated driver version, non-common build options), you decided to compile and install the driver …

PSAD installation and configuration on Debian 8 (Jessie)

PSAD installation and configuration on Debian 8 (Jessie) In this tutorial, I will show you the installation and configuration of the PSAD (Port Scan Attack Detection) tool on Debian 8 (Jessie). As per project website: PSAD provides intrusion detection and log-analysis with IPtables (Linux firewall). The …