Thursday, December 12, 2019

Connect to Cisco VPN Using PCF file on Ubuntu

You want to connect to Cisco VPN using Cisco Systems VPN Client and you have been provided with a profile configuration file (PCF) file. How do you connect to the VPN using the PCF file on Ubuntu/Linux? In this guide, you will learn how to Connect to Cisco VPN Using PCF file on Ubuntu or other Debian based Linux systems.

Use VirtualBox VMs on KVM

Do you have some VirtualBox virtual machines that you would like to re-use on your KVM? Follow through this guide to learn how to use VirtualBox VMs on KVM. Use VirtualBox VMs on KVM The first thing to note is that both VirtualBox and KVM uses different disk formats. In order...

Configure Apache with SSL/TLS Certificates on CentOS 8

Follow through this guide to learn how to configure Apache with SSL/TLS Certificates on CentOS 8. Are you using Nginx instead? Check our guide on setting up Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates by following the link below; Configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8 Configure Apache with SSL/TLS...

Install Redmine with Apache and MySQL 8 on Fedora 30/29/31

Follow through this guide to learn how to install Redmine with Apache and MySQL 8 on Fedora 30/29/31. Want to use CentOS 8 instead? Follow the link below to learn how to install Redmine on CentOS 8. Install Redmine with Apache and MariaDB on CentOS 8 Install Redmine...

Install Redmine with Apache and MariaDB on CentOS 8

This guide will take you through how to install Redmine with Apache and MariaDB on CentOS 8. Redmine is a cross-platform as well as cross-database flexible project management web application. Redmine has quite a number of features that are described on Redmine features page. Install Redmine with Apache and MariaDB on...

Configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8. The use of SSL/TLS certificates ensures secured as well as authentic communications between the web server and the web clients. Configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8 Install Nginx and SSL/TLS...

Install Nagios NRPE Agent on CentOS 8

Follow through this guide to learn how to install Nagios NRPE agent on CentOS 8. In order to execute Nagios plugins that monitors various system services and metrics on a remote host, you need to install Nagios Remote Plugin Executor (NRPE). Install Nagios NRPE Agent on CentOS 8 Nagios NRPE agents...

Monitor SSL/TLS Certificates Expiry with Nagios

Well, assuming you understand the implications of the expired SSL/TLS certificates, let us go through how to monitor SSL/TLS Certificates Expiry with Nagios. Nagios provides SSL Certificate monitoring and alerting when SSL certificates expiration date draws closer using the Nagios Plugins. Before you can proceed, install and setup Nagios server. Follow the links below...

Install and Setup DHCP Server on CentOS 8

Do you want to automatically assign IP addresses to the network devices in your LAN? Well, then you need to install and setup a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server. Follow through this guide to learn how to install and setup DHCP server on CentOS 8. Install and Setup DHCP Server on CentOS 8

Configure Nagios Email Notification Using Gmail

Nagios can be configured to sent out alerts on the state of the host or host service being monitored via email. This guide will therefore take you through how to Configure Nagios Email Notification using Gmail. The current state of a service or host being monitored is determined by the status of the service...