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Syslog-ng configuration and setup

Posted 05-10-2011 at 03:42 AM by nandhapswan

Dear Friends,

I have installed syslog-ng in my rhel5 server. I need to configure for more number of routers and switches and filtering the logs in concern router logs in concern folder, how can i do this ... please kind do needful.

Warm Regards,
Swan project.
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Posted 05-10-2011 at 12:36 AM by arniekat

FireHOL Firewall

FireHOL 1.273 (Current Version) is an iptables firewall generator producing stateful iptables packet filtering firewalls, on Linux hosts and routers with any number of network interfaces, any number of routes, any number of services served, any number of complexity between variations of the services (including positive and negative expressions). FireHOL is a language to express firewalling rules, not just a script that produces some kind of a firewall.
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Trying downloading Edubuntu

Posted 05-09-2011 at 08:11 PM by megasaputra

I just want to compare about Opensuse Edulife and Edubuntu. I have installed Opensuse Edulife. But, I have never installed Edubuntu. Now, I am downloading Edubuntu. I hope, there is no problem when downloading Edubuntu.
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Two computers, one old acoustic system, no digital input: what to do?

Posted 05-09-2011 at 04:07 PM by Web31337 (In The Middle Of Nowhere [edK's blog])

The short answer could have been "utilize analog and digital inputs" but my case here is quite old system having only one input.
I didn't really look into this question until I had to, today.
Some days before, when I was experiencing troubles with sound in Steam I installed pulseaudio and during search for it noticed "network" word in description. So I thought maybe I can set it up so I will send sound from second computer to first(over gigabit home LAN), which...
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backups using rsync

Posted 05-09-2011 at 09:44 AM by neonsignal
Updated 05-09-2011 at 09:46 AM by neonsignal

The beauty of using rsync as a backup tool is that the backup is in a plain old directory structure, so there is a lot less to go wrong in a recovery process (and many ways to do the recovery).

The simplest rsync just makes a mirror of a directory structure:
rsync -a --del src dst
Or across a network using ssh:
rsync -a --del src server:dst -e ssh
The link-dest flag can be used to set up a simple snapshot...
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