Last week I put up an install guide for Asterisk 11 on CentOS 6. Asterisk 11 is the latest LTS release of Asterisk with many great new features and long term support! To follow up on the previous tutorial, I’ve put together a step by step guide for Ubuntu 12.04. Although most of the steps are similar there are a few differences. This tutorial will work for Ubuntu, Debian and Debian-based distributions. View the CentOS guide for Redhat-based distributions. Watch the video for a screencast of my terminal session to see the install live with an explanation of each step. Below … Continued
GNU Midnight Commander (also known as , the command used to start it) is a free cross-platform orthodox file manager and a clone of Norton Commander. It was started by Miguel de Icaza in 1994. Midnight Commander is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any modern web browser, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more. Webmin removes the need to manually edit Unix configuration files like /etc/passwd, and lets you manage a system from the console or remotely. See the standard modules page for a list of all the functions built into Webmin, or check out the screenshots.
This document aims at describing the configurations supported for Samba 4.0, particularly the role of Active Directory Domain Controller. Samba 4.0 contains the software components that were previously released in the Samba 3 software and adds "active directory domain controller" as a new server role. The existing Samba 3 configurations are essentially still supported by the Samba 4.0 software.
Linux services can be started, stopped and reloaded with the use of scripts stocked in /etc/init.d/. However, during start up or when changing runlevel, those scripts are searched in /etc/rcX.d/ where X is the runlevel number. This tutorial will explain how one can activate, deactivate or modify a service start up. When installing a new…
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