How to install clipshare

Posted March 5, 2009 by admin

First off download clipshare and unzip it. You will see installation.txt sql and upload folder after the extract. Now check if your system is suPHP or not. Create a test php file test.php and add the following code Now access this through the browser and if its showing your username then suPHP is enabled in the server so you can avoid the steps below of changing folder permission to 777 or else follow the complete steps. 1. Edit /upload/cgi-bin/ubr_upload.pl in a text editor, and change the path to…

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Bacula – A Complete Backup Soln.

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Bacula is a set of Open Source, enterprise ready, computer programs that permit you to manage backup, recovery, and verification of computer data across a network of computers of different kinds. Bacula supports Linux, UNIX and Windows backup clients, and a range of professional backup devices including tape libraries. Administrators and operators can configure the system via a command line console, GUI or web interface; its back-end is a catalog of information stored by MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite. Any installation contains three kinds of daemons to execute backup…

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rpm got stuck

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If your server got stuck with rpm command do the following steps. Remove cached DB rm -fv /var/lib/rpm/__db.00* rpm –rebuilddb The last command takes some time so don’t stop it.

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Scalp – a web log analyzer

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Tired of examining apache logs for hack attempts ? Okay, relax a bit ! Scalp is there to rescue you :-D Scalp ( a simple python script ) is a web log analyzer for the Apache web server that look for security problems. It reads the Apache log and perform log analysis for possible attacks against rulesets provided by PHP-IDS project. In its standard form, the script can handle Apache logs of more than 100 megabytes without a problem. The tool outputs its results as a report in…

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Twitter update via shell Script

Posted February 17, 2009 by Shijil T S

Hope everyone is familiar with twitter if you still don’t check twitter.com Twitter can be used to check updates online and its a great people to get updates online. Save the code in twitter.sh #!/bin/bash read -p "Give your input : " -e input curl –-basic –-user username:password –-data status="$input" http://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml > /dev/null echo “OK” username and password should be edited to that of your twitter account. Make sure you have curl installed in the server. yum -y install curl Now execute the script sh twitter.sh It will…

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Exim commands

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Exim commands BASIC COMMANDS Print a count of the messages in the queue: exim -bpc Print a listing of the messages in the queue (time queued, size, message-id, sender, recipient): exim -bp Print a summary of messages in the queue (count, volume, oldest, newest, domain, and totals): exim -bp | exiqsumm Print what Exim is doing right now: exiwhat Run a pretend SMTP transaction from the command line.The message will NOT actually be delivered : exim -bh 192.168.11.22 Display all of Exim’s configuration settings: exim -bP SEARCHING THE…

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Nginx or Engine – X

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Please check out the new features about engine -x. Nginx is a high-performance web and proxy server. It has a lot of features As an Apache replacement that gracefully handles many concurrent connections: Nginx is especially popular among web hosting providers. 50,000 simultaneous connections have been reported, thanks to Nginx’s use of epoll and kqueue. As a load-balancing proxy server: Nginx is a popular front-end to Rails and PHP applications, either via FastCGI or HTTP. Written in C, it consumes about a quarter of the CPU that Perlbal…

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Apache suEXEC: Configuring, Installing and Testing suEXEC

Posted November 16, 2008 by Sai Kottuvally

Apache comes bundled with its own security wrapper application called suEXEC. SuExec is a security mechanism for wrapping dynamic content (SSI & CGI) - content displayed based on user input and scripts executed. Normally, when a CGI or SSI program executes, it runs as the same user who is running the web server. suEXEC allows users to run CGI and SSI programs as the owner of the site as opposed to the owner of the httpd process ( usually "nobody" ). Here's how suEXEC works. When a request…

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Postgresql Command line Tips

Posted August 16, 2008 by Shijil T S

PostgreSQL is an object-relational database management system (ORDBMS) based on POSTGRES, Version 4.2, developed at the University of California at Berkeley Computer Science Department. POSTGRES pioneered many concepts that only became available in some commercial database systems much later. PostgreSQL is an open-source descendant of this original Berkeley code. It supports a large part of the SQL standard and offers many modern features: complex queries foreign keys triggers views transactional integrity multiversion concurrency control You can login to shell by [bash] # su - postgres bash$ [/bash] How…

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Linux Fail-over Clustering

Posted March 24, 2008 by Shijil T S

To all those who needs uninterrupted webservice here is an article that describes basic settings of how it can be done using linux servers. For this purpose we can use any Red-Hat distribution and another utility called Heartbeat. The heartbeat service provides the basic functions required for the HA system. In a cluster environment, a high availability (HA) system is responsible for starting and stopping services, mounting and dismounting resources, monitoring the system availability in the cluster environment, and handling the ownership of the virtual IP address that's…

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