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patching for dirty cow on debian, red hat, ubuntu, centos http://unixetc.co.uk/2016/12/03/patching-for-dirty-cow-on-debian-red-hat-ubuntu-centos/
simple nextcloud installation on raspberry pi http://unixetc.co.uk/2016/11/20/simple-nextcloud-installation-on-raspberry-pi/
how to upgrade wordpress on linux http://unixetc.co.uk/2016/06/25/how-to-upgrade-wordpress-on-linux/
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reuse a spare bt home hub as a wireless access point http://unixetc.co.uk/2014/03/04/reuse-a-spare-bt-home-hub-as-a-wireless-access-point/comment-page-2/#comment-56898
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unix etc. just another wordpress site search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content homeabout post navigation ← older posts predicting a red hat/centos point release upgrade posted on may 6, 2017 by jim reply upgrading a red hat or centos system isn’t difficult. just type yum update, it’s easy. so easy, in fact, that is quite possible to upgrade a system you didn’t intend to, or to upgrade a system further than was wanted, which is the subject of this post. point upgrades yum update, used on a system which has not been updated for months or years, will cause hundreds of packages to be upgraded. it will also result in a point release upgrade. for example, a system running red hat/centos 6.2 might change to 6.5 after the update, or even to 6.7 or 6.9. continue reading → posted in linux | tagged centos, point upgrade, red hat, red hat version, redhat, update, upgrade, yum -y update, yum list, yum update | leave a reply how to change the hostname of a red hat/centos 7 aws instance posted on april 8, 2017 by jim reply normally, changing the hostname if a red hat 7 or centos 7 sytem is straightforward. just edit the /etc/hostname file and reboot. aws instances are a little bit different, though. continue reading → posted in linux, uncategorized, virtualization | tagged aws, aws instance, centos 7, change hostname, cloud.cfg, hostname, instance, name, node name, system name | leave a reply patching for dirty cow on debian, red hat, ubuntu, centos posted on december 3, 2016 by jim 2 “dirty cow” is the common name given to linux vulnerability cve-2016-5195. it is a “privilege escalation” that allows a non-root user to gain root access on a system. an attacker must have system access first, as a normal user. then they use the bug to obtain root rights. it is dangerous and should be patched. the linux kernel itself was fixed in october 2016. since then, linux vendors have all released patches. many internet articles suggest addressing the bug by doing a general system update. while that might be fine for a test machine or linux desktop, it isn’t ideal for a production server. this article describes how to fix the bug in the least invasive way possible – by updating the kernel only. continue reading → posted in linux, virtualization | tagged cve-2016-5195, debian, dirty cow, dirtyc0w, kernel bug, linux bug, linux vulnerability, patch, patch dirty cow, red hat, redhat | 2 replies simple nextcloud installation on raspberry pi posted on november 20, 2016 by jim 58 the raspberry pi’s low power consumption makes it well suited to the role of always-on web server. this post describes how to install nextcloud onto the pi.  nextcloud is an open source software package providing remote file sharing services, similar to dropbox. but with nextcloud, you retain ownership, security and control of the shared data. nextcloud works well on a pi 2 and pi 3 but will run very slowly on a pi 1. the below procedure describes how to install nextcloud version 10.0.1, the latest version at the time of writing (20th nov 2016), but it should work for later/future versions too. continue reading → posted in linux, storage, unix | tagged apache, barracuda drive, cloud, cloud server, cloud storage, dropbox, dropbox alternative, dropbox clone, jessie, nextcloud, nextcloud 10, owncloud, personal cloud, php, php5, pi, pi 2, pi 3, post_max_fileize, raspberry pi, raspbian, sqlite, upload limit, upload_max_filesize | 58 replies how to upgrade wordpress on linux posted on june 25, 2016 by jim 1 wordpress is a popular blogging platform and content management system.  this brief article explains how to upgrade wordpress on the linux command line.  a message on your dashboard says that a new release is available ?  proceed as follows. continue reading → posted in linux, uncategorized | tagged /usr/share/wordpress, latest.zip, upgrade wordpress, upgrade wordpress on linux, upgrade wordpress on raspberry pi, wget | 1 reply esxi embedded host client posted on june 6, 2016 by jim reply the esxi embedded host client is a web application served direct from an esxi server that allows basic management of virtual infrastructure. it is somewhat similar in appearance to vsphere, though the feature set at the moment is less rich. vmware has released it as a “fling“, which can be easily added to an existing esxi server as follows. nb it is recommended to try this in a lab environment rather than a production machine. continue reading → posted in linux, unix, virtualization | tagged vcenter, vsphere, vsphere web client, web client | leave a reply linux capabilities and ping posted on may 30, 2016 by jim reply if you are running a recent version of linux (time of writing may 2016), you might encountered this error with ping: $ ping somehost ping: icmp open socket: operation not permitted it happens because the ping binary is no longer installed with setuid root rights. it doesn’t have the required priveliges to open the socket, and fails. the quick fix is to type: continue reading → posted in linux, unix | tagged cap_net_raw, capability sets, getcap, linux capabilities, operation not permitted, ping, ping: icmp open socket: operation not permitted, raspberry pi, setcap, setuid | leave a reply protect your web server with ipset posted on april 18, 2016 by jim reply the linux packet filter provides an easy way to protect against unwanted network intrusions. often referred to simply as “iptables“, it is a basic firewall built into the linux kernel. iptables is most useful, perhaps, on those servers most susceptible to attack, such as lamp systems, content management servers and blogging platforms, especially where they are internet facing. ipset is a fairly recent addition to linux, having been introduced into kernel version 2.6.32. this means it is supported in debian 7 and 8, as well as red hat 6 onwards. in short, ipset allows a large number of ip addresses to be blocked in an efficient way, as demonstrated below. continue reading → posted in linux, unix | tagged apache log, blacklist, dictionary attack, firewall, hash:ip, ip address, ipset add, ipset create, ipset destroy, ipset iptables, ipset list, lamp, linux, netfilter, password guessing | leave a reply linux device change breaks encrypted swap posted on march 20, 2016 by jim 3 linux disk partition names such as /dev/sda1, /dev/sda2 are not as fixed as they once were. from time to time they can change. perhaps due to a hardware change or kernel upgrade, or sometimes for no apparent reason. if and when this happens on your system, things can break. in this case, an encrypted swap partition had been configured as “/dev/sda6”, and failed to activate following a change in the the /dev/sdxx partition names. this article describes the symptoms and a fix. the article also discusses a bug affecting ubuntu 14.04 based distributions, which can make it more difficult to recover an encrypted swap configuration broken by a device name change. continue reading → posted in linux, storage, unix | tagged /dev/mapper/cryptswap1: stat failed: no such file or directory, /dev/sda, /etc/crypttab, /etc/fstab, blkid, cryptdisks, cryptswap1, ecryptfs-setup-swap, encrypted swap, gdisk, label, mkswap, offset, partition, swap, swap disappeared, swap not available, swap space, the device contains a file system, unavailable, uuid | 3 replies debian 7 to debian 8 migration gotchas posted on february 16, 2016 by jim reply debian 8 (jessie) was released in april 2015, ten months ago at the time of writing. some sites will have upgraded by now, and others might be considering the move. this article provides a list of issues encountered after upgrading several servers from debian 7 (wheezy) to debian 8. these are system administration issues in the most part, though some might also be of interest to application support staff. continue reading → posted in linux, unix | tagged apache 2.2, apache 2.4, authgroupfile, cron, debian, debian 7, debian 8, debian 8 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