OpenVAS + Greenbone; Security installation, configuration and testing

OpenVAS is the standard in open-source based security scanning and vulnerability management software intended to easily test your Internet infrastructure.. Results will be delivered to your email address for analysis; allowing you to start re-mediating any risks your systems face from external threats. Installation. Ensure that the packages are configured correctly and then install. ~ $ emerge -pv openvas [ebuild N ] app-crypt/gpgme-1.3.0-r1 USE=”-common-lisp -pth” … Continue reading OpenVAS + Greenbone; Security installation, configuration and testing

EXT/SYSlinux configuration on Praxis Linux

EXTLINUX is the default boot-loader for Praxis, configuration is done manually. This package is installed by default Installing the Boot-Loader EXTLINUX For good measure we update the MBR of the disk, this can be done while the disk is in use. root@host # dd if=/usr/share/syslinux/mbr.bin of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1 Ensure the /boot partition is mounted and install EXTLINUX. root@host # extlinux –install /boot EXTLINUX in the … Continue reading EXT/SYSlinux configuration on Praxis Linux

Installing Katello foreman with openSCAP

Foreman is an open source application the helps system administrators to handle and manage servers from beginning to the end of their life cycle. This is beneficial in two ways; one, as it  automates tasks that require to be repeated on a daily basis and secondly, it gives easy control and monitoring when setting up new servers. The minimum requirements are: Two Logical CPUs 8 … Continue reading Installing Katello foreman with openSCAP

Veyon installation on Debian

Veyon is a free and Open Source software for computer monitoring and classroom management supporting Windows and Linux. It enables teachers to view and control computer labs and interact with students. see what’s going on in computer labs in overview mode and take screenshots remote control computers to support and help users broadcast teacher’s screen to students in real-time by using demo mode (either in … Continue reading Veyon installation on Debian

Installing PXE Boot server in Ubuntu 16.04

  The following script will install PXE Boot server. Change the variables to your environment. You do not need to install Ubuntu on individual clients. SERVER_IPADDR is IP address of PXE Boot server. DHCP_SUBNET is network address for DHCP. DHCP_NETMASK is subnet for DHCP. DHCP_DNS is DNS for DHCP. DHCP_ROUTER is gateway for DHCP. DHCP_CLIENT_HOSTNAME is hostname of client. DHCP_CLIENT_IPADDR is IP address of client. … Continue reading Installing PXE Boot server in Ubuntu 16.04

Vesta – ISPconfig. Installation and Configuration

One of the tools that eases web-administration for a web administrator, is the use of control panel(s). After installation and analysis working with different control panels, a more convenient control panel is vesta because of the following key features quick and easy to install; during the installation process “pulls” all the necessary packages for the panel – when you install ISPConfig; software should be freely … Continue reading Vesta – ISPconfig. Installation and Configuration

Magento2 installation step-by-step on cPanel/WHM

Magento is somewhat the best e-commere software that can catalyse the growth of any business.Installing magento using the cpanel is quicker than downloading the initial files. The article will try to explain in two ways. That is using the command line or via the web-interface. This article will highlight step-by-step methods you need to successfully install magento2 using cpanel. Via command line Try to get … Continue reading Magento2 installation step-by-step on cPanel/WHM

Install ClamAV on Plesk Linux

ClamAV implementation on Plesk is pretty simple and straight forward. Lets install ClamAV on Plesk linux server : Step 1 Install EPEL repository , but make it as disable to avoid package conflict with Plesk repository. # rpm –Uvh http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/x86_64/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm # sed -i ‘s/^\(enabled\s*=\s*\).*$/\10/’ /etc/yum.repos.d/epel.repo Step 2 Install all ClamAV packages from EPEL repository # yum install –enablerepo=epel clamav clamd clamav-milter Step 3 Update virus … Continue reading Install ClamAV on Plesk Linux

A simple ‘Hello World’ application with node.js on Plesk Onyx CP for Windows

In this article, we will highlight how to create a simple application using node.js on Plesk Onyx for Windows. Within the article there are differences between Plesk Onyx for Windows and other types of installations highlighted. Step 1: Access the Plesk control panel To access the Plesk control panel, follow these steps: Log in to the portal. On the Services menu, click MY SERVICES: To … Continue reading A simple ‘Hello World’ application with node.js on Plesk Onyx CP for Windows