Howdy folks, I just grabbed CentOS 6.2 (don’t know if it’s an issue in 6.0, 6.1), but an installation with the “Basic Server” within VMware Fusion 4.1.1 delivered no IP address etc. when leaving DHCP/NAT as the default. Finding: Seems, either something is goofed in the dhclient or NetworkManager (now default for RHEL 6.x). Fix: […]
Just wanted to point out that SourceFire allows us common folks to purchase official SNORT VRT licenses on the cheap. At the tune of $29.00 a year, yeah, I’m game. http://www.snort.org/ Have fun!
Howdy folks, been a long time…… Any who, I thought I would bring back another round of “High End Desktop for a Low End Price”, this time, I’m tossing a fresh Sandy Bridge build out there. While my last article was pretty detailed this one will be short and sweet, but at least it will […]
Want to build a high end desktop computer for a low end price (around $600 or less)? Note: I don’t include Windows 7 in the default build, as you can just download Ubuntu, Fedora, or OpenSuSE Linux etc. for free. However, I’ve included links for Windows 7 (student and normal) in the Additional options section. […]
Detective Inspector Bruce van der Graaf from the Computer Crime Investigation Unit of the NSW Police says, “”If you are using the internet for a commercial transaction, use a Linux boot up disk – such as Ubuntu or some of the other flavours…It gives you an operating system which is perfectly clean and operates only […]
I'm providing the original text file for ease of use Grab it here – <a title="http://www.willchatham.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/ClamAV.on.Fedora.txt" href="http://www.willchatham.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/ClamAV.on.Fedora.txt">ClamAV.on.Fedora</a> ———————————- Background: This guide will use the ClamAV CLI scanner and the ClamAV-Update script (freshclam). I wrote this to help all the HomeSOHO users (servers or desktops). ClamAV has various tools/packages/plugins for email servers etc. but that’s another […]