Archive for the ‘LINUX’ Category

Samba Active Directory Integration: Script tested on win 2003r2 and 2008r2

February 10th, 2012 No comments

What this procedure will do
If all runs well you will have a Linux machine completely integrated with your Active Directory server. The shared folders permissions will be managed from your samba server and it will use groups and users taken directly from your AD Domain Controller. Just follow this guide and use the attached script! Read more…

Installing LTSP on Ubuntu Desktop System

February 6th, 2012 No comments

Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) is a free and open source terminal server for Linux that allows many people to simultaneously use the same computer. Applications run on the server with a terminal known as a thin client (also known as an X terminal)
handling input and output. Generally, terminals are low-powered, lack a
hard disk and are quieter and more reliable than desktop computers
because they do not have any moving parts. Read more…

Tips to Get a Forgotten Windows Passwords with Ubuntu

February 6th, 2012 No comments

Have you ever experienced forgetting the Windows login password? If
you have, or may often experience it, so here are ways to overcome these
problems by using the Ubuntu Linux operating system. Read more…

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Install sqstat for Monitoring Squid Proxy

February 6th, 2012 No comments


SqStat is a script which allows to look through active squid users connections.
It use cachemgr protocol to get information from squid proxy server.sqstat is an application that functions to monitor squid in real time Read more…

Squid – A Quick Start Guide

February 4th, 2012 No comments

Squid – A Quick Start Guide

The Squid 2.5 Quick start Guide is a concise information meant to step you through the basic installation and configuration of Squid 2.5. This document is dedicated for beginners who want a simple Squid setup running in Linux. For detailed configurations please refer our Configuration Manual Read more…

How to install SARG

February 3rd, 2012 2 comments

How to install SARG on Centos | Fedora | RedHat

Squid Analysis Report Generator (SARG) is a tool that allow you to view “where” your users are going to on the Internet. Sarg provides many informations about Squid users activities: times, bytes, sites, etc…

Note : Install and configure apache and squid on you server. Read more…

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