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  Build the cloud on Linux!  This year looks very promising for Linux when it comes to building your private cloud using open source technologies.  Finally, Linux-based software and application

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Linux Cloud Technologies 2013

Start iptables in Debian Automatically

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by on February 21, 2013 at 9:47 pm

If you are trying to make iptables survive a reboot in Debian Squeeze or Wheezy, you may find the following of use.  After you get your iptables all squared away, save them to a text file with the incredibly handy /sbin/iptables-save command:

/sbin/iptables-save > /root/iptables.saved

This will create a text file in the /root directory containing lines that will be parsed by iptables when used with the  iptables-restore command.

Next, add the following script to your system:

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Configuring CentOS 6 Web Server

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by on May 9, 2012 at 7:07 pm

Centos 6 in 3DIn this article, I’m going to be outlining the steps to install and configure a complete web server on a base install of CentOS 6.  (Which should be compatible with Scientific Linux 6 as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6)

I personally don’t prefer to install package groups relating to “LAMP” or similar during initial installation because I’m simply too lazy to review each and every package that is included in those groups, and what the dependencies are. By installing the required packages using yum, this allows you to install just the software you’re looking for, without worrying about dependencies. This software stack is time tested; we’ll install on CentOS’s latest release, and test a few popular applications while we’re at it!
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