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Installing MySQL 5.6 on FreeBSD 10.2
 
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A very quick tutorial on how to install MySQL 5.6 on a fresh install of FreeBSD 10.2. In this video, I'm using a VM on ESXi 6.0. End Card Videos: How to clean thermal paste off of a CPU. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhyMdkOUtV4 4TB WD My Book - Unboxing/Review (Feb 2015) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pdo9-debwqo Background Music: "Hitman" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Software used: Video editing was done with Blender 4.76 RC2 (www.blender.org). Audio editing with Audacity (audacity.sourceforge.net). Additional art: Inkscape (inkscape.org) Handbrake 0.10.2 (handbrake.fr) Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 Screen Capture
Views: 3045 Harry of All Trades
How to Mount a CDRom in FreeBSD 9 VM by Nicholas Lee Fagan
 
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Free VPS Hosting! http://fastserversnow.duoservers.com Dedicated Servers, VPS, Web Hosting, Domain Registration, and Shared Hosting as low as $1/mo! _ http://remoteitsupport.unaux.com In this video I show you how to mount a CDRom in FreeBSD 9 which I'm also running in a virtual machine in VMWare Workstation. See my video on mounting .ISO files in VMWare workstation before following along in this video. The first thing I do is make a folder. So I issue the command 'mkdir /cdrom', then I create a file in there so I can easily tell if the CD is mounted or not. You use the 'touch' command to create a file. The next thing I do is mount the CDRom by using the following command: mount -t cd9660 /dev/cd0 /cdrom From there you just change directories into the CDRom directory you created and the files on the CD will be there. -- Visit our website! -- Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/OrlandoPCRepair -- Like us on Facebook! https://facebook.com/OrlandoPCRepair -- USA Cyber Army Central Command: http://www.Facebook.com/USACyberArmy1ST
Views: 3084 OrlandoPCRepair
FreeBSD Port
 
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How to create a quick and dirty port for FreeBSD
Views: 202 SgtMalicious
VoIP using Asterisk, Freebsd, MySQL und Java
 
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(VoIP) Asterisk as PBX in "realtime" mode (SIP protocol) with MySQL under FreeBSD (virtualized in VirtualBox) and using its own software to manage it.
Views: 665 Maximiliano Kestli
Oracle ZFS Storage and Oracle Secure Backup
 
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Oracle ZFS Storage and Oracle Secure Backup Lab Demo
Views: 949 TechnologyFirst
Criando database do moodle no FreeBSD
 
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Criando database do moodle no FreeBSD, para projeto colaborativo, disciplina IMI Unb
Views: 143 Renan Rheinboldt
FreeNAS Home Server - PLEX Media Server
 
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Welcome to Part Two of the FreeNAS Your House series. In this tutorial, I show you how to get PLEX Media Server running on your FreeNAS Server. But first... What am I drinking? I went for a classic cocktail today, the Godfather. Equal parts Disaronno and Scotch over ice. One of my favorites. You need nothing besides the FreeNAS server you created in the last video to install PLEX. When you're done with this video, you should be able to stream your media library to every screen in your house. I'll teach you how to install the PLEX plugin, create a storage folder for all of your media, set up your library locations, and start streaming to your desktop, laptop, smartphone or Smart TV. I'm now on Patreon! Working on putting together projects, merch, rewards and content for Patreon backers, including access to my Discord channel. Everything I make from Patreon is going directly back into content and production for the channel. https://patreon.com/CraftComputing Get a FreeNAS server without building it yourself: https://amzn.to/2IHX5H7 Music: Shades of Spring Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 46589 Craft Computing
Oracle Install and Testing Database
 
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Oracle Install and Testing Database งานที่ 1 การติดตั้งและการเทสระบบ DBMS วิชาระบบฐานข้อมูล อ.ณัฐพล อุ่นยัง rmutl cr software engineering 6
Views: 175 Plugfaii suriya
Steps to run a X Windows on Unix Linux to install a product
 
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This video gives you steps to run a X Windows on Unix Linux to install a product
Views: 13114 Informatica Support
Linux - How to Install X Window System and Firefox
 
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This video is pretty easy, it tells us how to install X Window System and Firefox on Linux (CentOS 7.4 Minimal) via yum. In the last step, I use MobaXterm, a cygwin embeded terminal and X11 client to call Firefox in order to display X window in the foreground.
Views: 454 House of Click
IPFilter
 
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IPFilter IPFilter — открытое программное обеспечение; межсетевой экран и преобразователь сетевых адресов для многих Unix-подобных операционных систем.Его автор — Даррен Рид.IPFilter поставляется с FreeBSD, NetBSD и Solaris 10.До мая 2001 года он входил и в OpenBSD, но был исключен из-за разногласий между Тэо де Раадтом и Дарреном Ридом по лицензии на IPFilter. Вы можете поддержать нас, покупая игры через эти ссылки, спасибо :) G2A: https://www.g2a.com/r/13b5d Instant Gaming: http://www.instant-gaming.com/en/igr2398139/ ❂видео ориентированы на слепых пользователей ❂Текст доступен по CC-BY-SA ❂источник изображения внутри видео
Views: 76 Wikitube Ru
OTN TechCast "Linux Engineering Update: Virtualizing the Oracle Stack"
 
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OTN TechCast "Linux Engineering Update: Virtualizing the Oracle Stack"
Views: 2265 Oracle Video
SSH Tunnel with PuTTY
 
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Learn to create secure tunnels using the SSH PuTTY client on windows. You can listen on a local port and redirect vulnerable traffic to the server via an SSH Tunnel. In this video we use PuTTY from a Windows 7 device to create an SSH tunnel to the CentOS 6.5 server to ensure we have a secure connection to the tigervnc service running on the CentOS Server. The VNC traffic would normally be unencrypted but the SSH Tunnel fixes this security hole. More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com
Views: 198630 theurbanpenguin
Multipath mptcp on Ubuntu Client and Server
 
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Multipath mptcp en Ubuntu Cliente y Servidor
MySQL Installation Using Linux Generic Binary and Securing the Installationv1
 
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This is the second screencast in the 'Getting Started with MySQL' series and it demonstrates the installation of MySQL Community Server version 5.7 using Generic Linux binaries in a Ubuntu machine. Further it shows how the 'mysql' database is initialized, how the MySQL instance is secured (by using mysql_secure_install script). It takes the discussion around 'my.cnf' to one more level
Views: 6259 Rajesh Rajasekharan
Install Solaris 11 on Hyper-v
 
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LibreOffice Base (81) Connect with ODBC
 
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We see how to use the ODBC connector to connect LibreOffice Base to a MySQL Database The first thing we do is delete the MySQL installer file (no-longer needed). Then open a Writer document to see if the MySQL connector extension is installed. Where to download the LibreOffice MySQL connector extension is then shown as well as how to install it. A new MySQL database is created using the MySQL server 5.6 Command Line Client. A new LibreOffice Base database is created and connected to the new MySQL database using the ODBC connector. Tables are created for the MySQL database using LibreOffice Base. Data is entered into the MySQL tables from LibreOffice Base. A relationship is created using LibreOffice Base Forms are created using LibreOffice Base, and we see that Subforms do not appear to work for the ODBC connector, but simple forms do work.
Views: 18521 TheFrugalComputerGuy
NAT-DHCP-Client.wmv
 
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NAT-DHCP-Client.wmv
Views: 103 Nguyen Tan Hung
How to use FreeNAS & ZFS Snapshots With Files and Running VM's
 
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How do I setup VNC based on xinetd with XDMCP for GDM? in RHEL 6.5
 
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This is demo for VNC server configuration in RHEL 6.5 on Virtual Machine.
Views: 363 Cyborg IT
How To Download, Install & Configure FreeNas 11.1 Part- 1
 
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How To Download, Install & Configure FreeNas 11.1,FreeNas 9 & Freenas 8.3 on Virtual box or physical system. How to install FreeNas on usb flash drive. #freenas Download Link:- http://www.freenas.org/download/ Do not Forget to Subscribe my channel for more videos. FreeNAS is a free and open-source network-attached storage (NAS) software based on FreeBSD and the OpenZFS file system. It is licensed under the terms of the BSD License and runs on commodity x86-64 hardware. FreeNAS supports Windows, OS X and Unix clients and various virtualization hosts such as XenServer and VMware using the SMB, AFP, NFS, iSCSI, SSH, rsync and FTP/TFTP protocols. Advanced FreeNAS features include full-disk encryption and a plug-in architecture for third-party software. FreeNAS supports the OpenZFS filesystem which provides data integrity checking to prevent data corruption, enable point in time snapshotting, replication and several levels of redundancy including striping, mirroring, striped mirrors (RAID 1+0), and three levels of RaidZ. FreeNAS is managed through a comprehensive web interface that is supplemented by a minimal shell console that handles essential administrative functions. The web interface supports storage pool configuration, user management, sharing configuration and system maintenance.As an embedded system appliance, FreeNAS boots from a USB Flash device or SATA DOM. This image is configured using a USB Flash/CD-ROM bootable installer. The FreeNAS operating system is fully independent of its storage disks, allowing its configuration database and encryption keys to be backed up and restored to a fresh installation of the OS. This separation also allows for FreeNAS system upgrades to be performed through the web interface. Basic Requirements 64-bit hardware is required for current FreeNAS releases. Intel processors are strongly recommended. 8 GB of RAM is required, with more recommended. FreeNAS 9.2.1.9 was the last release that supported 32-bit hardware and UFS filesystems. SSDs, SATADOMs, or USB sticks can be used for boot devices. SSDs are recommended. 8 GB of RAM is the absolute minimum requirement. 1 GB per terabyte of storage is a standard starting point for calculating additional RAM needs, although actual needs vary. ECC RAM is strongly recommended. Directly-connected storage disks are necessary for FreeNAS to provide fault tolerance. Hardware RAID cards are not recommended because they prevent this direct access and reduce reliability. For best results, see FreeBSD Hardware Compatibility List for supported HBA disk controllers. LSI/Avago/Broadcom HBAs are the best choice with FreeNAS. NAS-specific hard drives like WD Red are recommended. Intel or Chelsio 1 GbE or 10 GbE Ethernet cards are recommended.
Views: 960 SJ Technics
Oracle Openworld2007 : ED Abbo Highlights
 
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Visit us at www.JoinOracle.com Oracle Openworld2007 : ED Abbo Highlights
Views: 978 JoinOracle
sysv-rc-conf -- Run-Level Config for SysV - Linux TUI CLI
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Runlevel commands used: sudo sysv-rc-conf sysv-rc-conf --list sudo sysv-rc-conf transmission-daemon off sudo sysv-rc-conf transmission-daemon on sudo sysv-rc-conf --level 35 transmission-daemon off sudo sysv-rc-conf --level 35 transmission-daemon on NAME sysv-rc-conf - Run-level configuration for SysV like init script links DESCRIPTION sysv-rc-conf gives an easy to use interface for managing "/etc/rc{runlevel}.d/" symlinks. The interface comes in two different flavors, one that simply allows turning services on or off and another that allows for more fine tuned management of the symlinks. It's a replacement for programs like ntsysv(8) or rcconf(8). sysv-rc-conf can also be used at the command line when the desired changes to the symlinks are already known. The syntax is borrowed from chkconfig(8), although it does not follow it exactly.
Views: 1624 gotbletu
How To install Zarafa on a Centos 7 Linux Server
 
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Zarafa, an open-source groupware application, originated in the city of Delft in the Netherlands. The company that develops Zarafa, previously known as Connectux, is also called Zarafa. The Zarafa groupware provides email storage on the server side and offers its own Ajax-based mail client called WebAccess and a HTML5-based, WebApp. Advanced features are available in commercially supported versions ("Small Business", "Professional" and "Enterprise" (different feature levels) Zarafa has been superseded by Kopano. httpd -v ; php -v ; mysql -V ; hostname ; sestatus ; cat /etc/redhat-release mysql -u root -p create database zarafa; grant all privileges on zarafa.* to [email protected]'localhost' identified by 'password'; flush privileges; exit yum -y install postfix gedit /etc/postfix/main.cf 75 - myhostname = 83 - mydomain = yourdomain.com 99 - myorigin = $mydomain 116 - inet_interfaces = all 164 - mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain, localhost, $mydomain 264 - mynetworks = 127.0.0.0/8 419 - home_mailbox = Maildir/ 574 - smtpd_banner = $myhostname ESMTP # limit an email size for 10M message_size_limit = 10485760 # limit a mailbox for 1G mailbox_size_limit = 1073741824 # for SMTP-Auth smtpd_sasl_type = dovecot smtpd_sasl_path = private/auth smtpd_sasl_auth_enable = yes smtpd_sasl_security_options = noanonymous smtpd_sasl_local_domain = $myhostname smtpd_recipient_restrictions = permit_mynetworks,permit_auth_destination,permit_sasl_authenticated,reject systemctl restart postfix && systemctl enable postfix firewall-cmd --add-service=smtp --permanent && firewall-cmd --reload yum install -y zarafa zarafa-webaccess gedit /etc/postfix/main.cf 449 - mailbox_command = /usr/bin/zarafa-dagent "$USER" gedit /etc/zarafa/server.cfg mysql_user = zarafa mysql_password = password for service in server dagent gateway ical monitor spooler do systemctl start zarafa-$service chkconfig zarafa-$service on done useradd redhat zarafa-admin -c redhat -p password -e [email protected] -f "redhat" zarafa-admin -u redhat -f "RedHat Linux" systemctl restart postfix http://127.0.0.1/webaccess/
How to Install CentOS 7 Server Without Gui on VirtualBox | httchannel
 
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How to install centos 7 server or how to setup centos 7 server ? httchannel will show the tutorial about centos 7 server installation step by step. install centos 7 server on virtualbox is easy, just follow the tutorial about how to install centos 7 server without gui on httchannel. --- CentOS 7 Server Setup --- Base Environment : Infrastructure Server Description : Server for operating network infrastructure services Add-Ons for Selected Environment Backup Server DNS Name Server Debugging Tools Directory Client E-mail Server FTP Server File and Storage Server Guest Agents Hardware Monitoring Utilities High Availability Identity Management Server Infiniband Support Java Platform Large System Performance Load Balancer MariaDB Database Server Network File System Client Performance Tools PostgreSQL Database Server Print Server Remote Management for Linux Resilient Storage Virtualization Hypervisor Common Add-Ons Compatibility Libraries Development Tools Security Tools Smart Card Support If there are questions please fill in the comments section below. Do not Forget Like, Share, Comment and Subscribe so httchannel more enthusiastic about making the video tutorial. Get the Latest Update Video by clicking Subscribe : http://www.youtube.com/c/httchannel?sub_confirmation=1 Follow the httchannel on Social media : Instagram : instagram.com/httchannelcom/ Website: http://httchannel.com/ Support us: Bitcoin Address: 1GnQy4kRv9WiDuyf2pXa7uu8N8WdvDvw2p
Views: 239 httchannel
Exporting Display using XDMCP
 
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SLACKWARE LINUX
Views: 3336 Dreket
Install Windows 2003 in VM Box
 
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การติดตั้ง Windows 2003 บน Oracle VM VirtualBox สำหรับเตรียมสร้าง PHP Web Server
Views: 82 Timo Niessner
Secured ownCloud on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS - Deploy on Azure , AWS and Google Cloud Platform.
 
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Deploy on Azure(https://tinyurl.com/OwncloudonAzure) OwnCloud on cloud gives you freedom and control over your own data. A personal OwnCloud on cloud which runs on your own server. OwnCloud on cloud allows you to access your data wherever you are, when you need it. OwnCloud is released under the GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE. In order for desktop machines to synchronize files with their OwnCloud cloud server, desktop clients are available for PCs running Windows, OS X, FreeBSD or Linux. Mobile clients exist for iOS and Android devices. Files and other data (such as calendars, contacts or bookmarks) can also be accessed, managed and uploaded using a web browser without any additional software. Any updates to the file system are pushed to all computers and mobile devices connected to a user’s account. The OwnCloud cloud server is written in the PHP and JavaScript scripting languages. For remote access, it employs sabre/dav, an open-source WebDAV server. OwnCloud is designed to work with several database management systems, including SQLite, MariaDB, MySQL, Oracle Database and PostgreSQL. Cognosys provides hardened images of OwnCloud on all public cloud ( AWS marketplace and Azure). Deploy your OwnCloud Web Content securely on cloud i.e. AWS marketplace and Azure with Reliable Services offered by Cognosys. https://secureanycloud.com/owncloud-technical-support-cloud-help-azure-aws-opensource-cognosys/
Views: 34 SecureAnyCloud
Cacti
 
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Descarga e instalacion de Wampserver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtpQZiR1dfA Descarga e Instalacion de RRDtool: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dWs2DaGPKk&src_vid=LfxWMYfch2s&feature=iv&annotation_id=annotation_798223261 Descarga e Instalacion de NET-SNMP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by-OJtCjKbc&src_vid=LfxWMYfch2s&feature=iv&annotation_id=annotation_1859849193 Descarga de cacti: http://www.cacti.net/
Views: 153 Jhonatan Hernández
ODBC Troubleshooting on UNIX
 
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This is a video on Introduction to ODBC troubleshooting on UNIX
Views: 506 Informatica Support
SEP sesam VMware Single File and Instant Recovery | On Demand Webinar (Lang_EN)
 
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This webinar will show you the following topics in theory and practice: + how single files of VMware virtualized computers can be easily restored + how a virtualized machine can be instantly started from a backup media without a restore. Ralf Bogner, Senior Pre-Sales Engineer (SEP AG), 150408
Views: 471 SEPsesam
Voip network project with java
 
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Download on the website: http://atlanta.eu5.org/links/default.html
Views: 1941 Van Gino
Putty to connect Linux on Virtual Box - enable ssh in linux
 
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Oracle Concepts : How to connect Linux server on VM Virtual Box using Putty from my desktop.
Views: 18580 Oracle Conepts
GoToManage API: Extending Functionality With PQL / Paglo From Citrix
 
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http://www.gotomanage.com GoToManage From Citrix Online is a great tool for managing your infrastructure and assisting your users remotely. PQL / Paglo allows you to extend the functionality of GoToManage, and integrate it into your software, and boot scripts to monitor even more of your network. GoToManage uses the same technology found in GoToMyPC and GoToAssist to connect to remote computers. In addition to the ability to connect to "Your" PC you can connect to any computer with the client installed, allowing you to support your staff, customers, or clients remotely as well. GoToManage will identify network resources automatically and monitor the uptime and load on your network. Reduce the load on your IT Team, by allowing them to work remotely. Increase the productivity of work force by reducing downtime. Improve Customer Satisfaction with great support. Using GoToManage as your Network Operations Center allows you to detect and repair issues from the same interface, and because it is cloud based you can do so from anywhere at anytime. Unlike VNC which requires a direct connection to the computer and that you have the IP address of the computer you want to support GoToMeeting seamlessly connects via NAT Transversal using 128 bit AES encryption.
Views: 7991 Biz of Tech
Escaping Database Doldrums NYCBSDCon by James K. Lowden: 2010 NYCBSDCon
 
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From the 2010 NYCBSDCon brochure: Escaping the Database Doldrums, James K. Lowden Relational Theory describes information retrieval in mathematical terms. Yet its power -- simplicity of expression, verifiable correctness -- remains unrealized because the market and the vendors have agreed on SQL. The problems of the proprietary development model have resulted in generations of programmers skeptical of the Theory and resentful of the tools and libraries they're forced to use. The market is an idiot. We will never see the promise of Relational Theory realized by firms vested in the dumb-user approach. If we want smart-user tools, we'll have to build them ourselves for fun and profit. Open source databases depressingly mimic proprietary ones: SQL, incompatible libraries, undocumented protocols. They have an opportunity, though, to change the world by being more like the IETF: to devise a standard I/O library, a standard wire protocol, and a standard language. A real language, not a 4GL of the 70s. The free database management systems -- MySQL, Firebird, Postgres, Ingres, Rel, MonetDB, SQLite, SAP MaxDB, et al. -- could, for the first time, add UNIX fuel to the Relational fire. Let's use the tools that forged the Internet to get out of the database doldrums. Before the horses die of thirst. James K. Lowden is a quantitative analyst for AllianceBernstein and a NetBSD user since 1.5. He began working with C, C++, and SQL around 1985. In his copious spare time he has for many years been the maintainer of the FreeTDS project (www.freetds.org). He lives in Manhattan with his daughter, girlfriend, and cat, sometimes in that order.
Views: 293 BSDTV
1- طريقة تحميل و تنصيب و تركيب نظام Oracle Solaris 11.3: تحميل النظام.
 
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شرح عن طريقة تحميل و تركيب نظام Oracle Solaris 11.3 . Video about installing and downloading Oracle Solaris 11.3
Views: 1186 superlinux
Secured ownCloud on CentOS 7.3 - Deploy on Azure , AWS and Google Cloud Platform.
 
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Deploy on Azure(https://tinyurl.com/OwncloudonAzure) OwnCloud on cloud gives you freedom and control over your own data. A personal OwnCloud on cloud which runs on your own server. OwnCloud on cloud allows you to access your data wherever you are, when you need it. OwnCloud is released under the GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE. In order for desktop machines to synchronize files with their OwnCloud cloud server, desktop clients are available for PCs running Windows, OS X, FreeBSD or Linux. Mobile clients exist for iOS and Android devices. Files and other data (such as calendars, contacts or bookmarks) can also be accessed, managed and uploaded using a web browser without any additional software. Any updates to the file system are pushed to all computers and mobile devices connected to a user’s account. The OwnCloud cloud server is written in the PHP and JavaScript scripting languages. For remote access, it employs sabre/dav, an open-source WebDAV server. OwnCloud is designed to work with several database management systems, including SQLite, MariaDB, MySQL, Oracle Database and PostgreSQL. Cognosys provides hardened images of OwnCloud on all public cloud ( AWS marketplace and Azure). Deploy your OwnCloud Web Content securely on cloud i.e. AWS marketplace and Azure with Reliable Services offered by Cognosys. https://secureanycloud.com/owncloud-technical-support-cloud-help-azure-aws-opensource-cognosys/
Views: 47 SecureAnyCloud
FreeBSD
 
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FreeBSD is a free Unix-like operating system descended from Research Unix via BSD. Although for legal reasons FreeBSD cannot use the Unix trademark, it is a direct descendant of BSD, which was historically also called "BSD Unix" or "Berkeley Unix." Due to its permissive licensing terms, much of FreeBSD's code base has become an integral part of other operating systems such as Juniper JUNOS and Apple's OS X. FreeBSD is the most widely used open-source BSD distribution, accounting for more than three-quarters of all installed systems running open-source BSD derivatives. FreeBSD is a complete operating system – the kernel, device drivers, and all of the userland utilities, such as the shell, are held in the same source code revision tracking tree. (This is in contrast to Linux distributions, for which the kernel, userland utilities, and applications are developed separately, and then packaged together in various ways by others.) Third-party application software may be installed using various software installation systems, the two most common being source installation and package installation, both of which use the FreeBSD Ports system. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 492 Audiopedia
أنشأ شركة الاتصال الخاصة بك  على حاسوبك   Crée votre propre  VOIP réseaux téléphonique
 
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السلام عليكم شرح بسيط لكيفية انشاء شبكة اتصالات مصغرة (500 شخص) على خاسوبك مثل viber أو Skype Une petite leçon pour faire un réseaux de communication VoIP comme viber ou skype البرامج المستعملة Programmes 1- server https://goo.gl/sE0zFy 2- https://goo.gl/YOpddI CSipSimple 3-LinPhone http://goo.gl/eFjRi6
Views: 709 DZ-Hi-Tech
Mail Server (on Unix Platform)
 
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please comment our video and don't forget to enjoy!
Views: 266 Mimi Syahira
How to Send Commands to the Docker Daemon without Using Sudo? Yes, I Know IT! Ep 25
 
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Links, time markers and a ton more in the description below. ▼ ==== HOW TO SEND COMMANDS TO THE DOCKER DAEMON WITHOUT USING SUDO ==== If you’ve followed my previous Docker videos, you know you have to prefix each docker command by sudo--unless of course if you are directly running your shell as root. Pfff! It’s so boooring to type those five extra characters before each command…​ Joke aside, let’s think about the problem: Docker is using a client-server architecture. No doubt dockerd, the Docker server, is a privileged process that must be run as root. But what about the docker command line client? Why does it require elevated privileges? Why can’t an ordinary unprivileged user send commands to the Docker server? Well, actually (s)he can, and that only requires a tiny change of the user account configuration: ▶ 🎬 Watch the video now: "How to Send Commands to the Docker Daemon without Using Sudo"(https://youtu.be/zXQcon0B4dE) However, if we may do it, that does not necessarily mean we should do it. So, in that video, you will learn a little bit more about the Docker architecture. And most important, I will mention the potential security issues that may arise if you allow an untrusted user to interact directly with the Docker engine. That way, you will have all the keys in your hands to choose if you want to do that or not (hint: you probably do not want to do that in production). ---- HOW IS IT RELATED TO OTHER VIDEOS? ---- This video is related to my Docker series(https://yesik.it/tag/docker). If you are very new to containers, I may suggest watching the following two videos first: ▶ What is Virtualization(https://www.yesik.it/EP12), notably showing the difference between virtual machines and containers ▶ How to install Docker on Debian/Ubuntu/CentOS(https://www.yesik.it/EP15) for the basic setup of Docker on your system ---- TIME LINKS ---- If you don’t have the time to watch the video entirely, here are few links to jump directly to the section that interests you the most: ▶ The Docker engine client-server architecture(https://youtu.be/zXQcon0B4dE?t=45) ▶ Checking permissions on the Docker Unix domain socket(https://youtu.be/zXQcon0B4dE?t=80) ▶ Adding a user to the Docker group(https://youtu.be/zXQcon0B4dE?t=100) ▶ Changing the current real group ID using the newgrp utility(https://youtu.be/zXQcon0B4dE?t=118) ▶ The risks of privilege escalation when giving access to the Docker engine(https://youtu.be/zXQcon0B4dE?t=153) ---- SHARE TO HELP ME REACH MY NEXT YOUTUBE MILESTONE! ---- It’s a lot of work to maintain this channel, and the only thing I can take joy in from what I do is seeing more subscribers and the channel growing. That’s why I’m asking you to recommend and share the following links on your favorite social media and websites. Thanks! 👍 Subscribe to my YouTube channel: "Yes I Know IT"(https://yesik.it/youtube?sub_confirmation=1) 🎬 Watch the video: "How to Send Commands to the Docker Daemon without Using Sudo"(https://youtu.be/zXQcon0B4dE) #Docker #Containers #Sudo #PrivilegeEscalation #YesIKnowIT
Views: 480 Yes, I Know IT !
Steve Singer: Managing PostgreSQL with Puppet
 
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This talk will explain how Afilias uses puppet to install and configure PostgreSQL. The talk will also discuss how Afilias uses puppet to help manage common PostgreSQL tasks such as replication and utility scripts that operate on the database.
Dedicated Windows & Linux Server Price List !
 
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Dedicated Windows & Linux Server Price List ! Good price with discount
Views: 29 Ichiban Tel
Oracle Virtual Box - Solaris 11.1
 
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Tutorial on how to run Oracle Solaris 11.1 template using Virtual Box on Windows OS.
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345 C code to read a /proc file in Linux user-space - Live Demo and Example
 
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Download my sample code discussed in the video: http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=106-videos-linux-kernel-proc-interface Visit The Linux Channel: http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org by Kiran Kankipati: contact: http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=contact checkout my other Youtube Channel: The FreeBSD Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJw9nWDKusxN8DinZNu8swQ
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How to Make a FreeNAS 10 Master Bootable USB Flash Drive (2017)
 
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Published on February 16, 2017 3:03 AM How to Make a FreeNAS-10-Master-Bootable USB Flash Drive(2017) FreeNAS is a free and open-source network-attached storage (NAS) software based on FreeBSD and the OpenZFS file system. It is licensed under the terms of the BSD License and runs on commodity x86-64 hardware. FreeNAS supports Windows, OS X and Unix clients and various virtualization hosts such as XenServer and VMware using the SMB, AFP, NFS, iSCSI, SSH, rsync and FTP/TFTP protocols. Advanced FreeNAS features include full-disk cryptography and a plug-in architecture for third-party software. As an embedded system appliance, FreeNAS boots from a USB Flash device or SATA DOM. This image is configured using a USB Flash/CD-ROM bootable installer. The FreeNAS operating system is fully independent of its storage disks, allowing its configuration database and encryption keys to be backed up and restored to a fresh installation of the OS. This separation also allows for FreeNAS system upgrades to be performed through the web interface. FreeNAS is managed through a comprehensive web interface that is supplemented by a minimalistic shell console that handles essential administrative functions. The web interface supports storage pool configuration, user management, sharing configuration and system maintenance. ******************************************************* Minimum Hardware Requirements: These specifications will suffice to get a small FreeNAS install running reliably with moderate performance for a few users. 1. Multicore 64-bit* processor (Intel strongly recommended) 2. 8GB* Boot Drive (USB Flash Drive suffices) 3. 8GB* RAM 4. At least 1 direct attached disk (Hardware RAID strongly discouraged) 5. One physical network port * FreeNAS no longer supports 32-bit hardware. The last FreeNAS Release with 32-bit hardware support was FreeNAS 9.2.1.9. This release also supported the UFS filesystem. Deployments on 32-bit hardware using UFS had lower hardware requirements of a 4GB boot device and 4GB of RAM. **************************************************************** 1. Download and install :- Rufus or UUI – Universal USB Installer https://rufus.akeo.ie/ https://www.pendrivelinux.com/ 2. Download Link :- FreeNAS-10-MASTER iso or FreeNAS-9.10.2-U1.iso http://www.freenas.org/ http://www.freenas.org/download/ http://www.freenas.org/download-freenas-release/ https://download.freenas.org/10/latest/x64/ http://www.freenas.org/about/features/ **************************************************************** Please Don’t Forget hit Like, Share & Subscribe!!! Please subscribe to get updates on new videos!!! If you have any Issues&questions or queries, Just comment it below. I will definitely replay each and everyone of you as soon as possible PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO HIT THE SUBSCRIBE BUTTON FOR MORE VIDEOS! **************************************************************** Suggested Video link:- How To Create a Windows 10 Bootable USB Flash Drive(2017) https://youtu.be/f1cV_qcjhkg How To Make Windows10 Bootable DVD With Imgburn https://youtu.be/aywz2BVDgIg How To Make Windows 10 Bootable DVD With MagicIso https://youtu.be/JYPyQLkRpcI How To Make Windows XP Professional Sp3 Bootable CD with MagicIso https://youtu.be/HumL4Ob1Svo How To Make A Windows8.1,8,7 Bootable DVD With Magic Iso https://youtu.be/sOGfr5d0zSI How To Make A Windows 8.1,8,7 Bootable DVD With Imgburn! https://youtu.be/-1mRRG8RS1o How to Create a Android 6 0 Marshmallow Bootable USB Flash Drive( 2017) https://youtu.be/LIdJn6lpwPU Create a Bootable VMware ESXi 6 5 USB Flash Drive With Rufus(2017) https://youtu.be/Ru9lhLHbdQU How To Make a Bootable Linux Mint 18.1 USB Flash Drive (cinnamon 2017) https://youtu.be/J2JvjjEiA_U **************************************************************** *Visit my website!: https://www..com/channel/UCxphN9dGLFwHBA8yzXdRBsg http://thinkspotin.weebly.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/thinkspotin https://thinkspotin.blogspot.com/ ***************************************************************************** *Join the conversation!* https://www.facebook.com/SharingKnowledgeTutorials/ https://twitter.com/thinkspotin https://www.linkedin.com/in/thinkspotin ********************************************************************************* THANKS FOR WATCHING I Hope You Will be Enjoy This Video PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS "SHARING KNOWLEDGE TUTORIAL"VIDEO Please Subscribe This Channel "SHARING KNOWLEDGE TUTORIAL" Then You Will Get The More Information About "Computer Tips and Tricks" Category Education License Standard YouTube License
DEFCON 16: Panel: Black vs. White: The complete life cycle of a real world breach
 
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Panel: David Kennedy, Practice Lead: Profiling & e.Discovery, SecureState Ken Stasiak, President & CEO, SecureState Scott White, Senior Security Consultant, SecureState John Melvin, Senior Security Consultant, SecureState Andrew Weidenhamer, Staff Security Consultant, SecureState Black vs. White: The complete life cycle of a real world breach combines a unique idea and a real-world case study from a client of ours that details the start of a hack to the identification, forensics, and reversing. We will be discussing some advanced penetration techniques and reversing topics. Starting off, we will be performing a full system compromise from the internet (complete with live demos), installing some undetectable viruses, and having a separate team reverse it, and show you what its doing and how it works. This is the ultimate battle of evil verses good. Additionally, what would a con be without some awesome tool releases? We will be releasing (and demoing) two tools, one a Windows GUI for the windows folks that does everything for SQL injection rooting, minus making you breakfast, one Linux based tool that auto crawls a site and performs blind/error based SQL injection with reverse command shells using various options for payload delivery. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/defcon16_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/defcon16_videos
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