I have had the need to send mutiple email messages which contains for each one specific URL, this message had to be sent to multiple recipients.
I found difficult to maintain updates over multiple hosts however, some tool exist to facilitate that time of maintenance steps.
Alternatively, some python script could also be used however I have decided to present that one for now.
wget -v -O myfile.tgz -L https://xxxx.box.com/shared/static/xxxxx.tgz
This is a little bash script that rotate logs as when the file reach a specified limit.
I had implemented my raspberry pi to use wireless network, unfortunately the connection might after a while disconnect, the only option that I have found was to run a script that check the connection and re-connect if network is down.
Run Hydra in bash upon a password list;
ncat for the potential port for each protocol, some additional port / protocol could be added of course.
You will require to set couple of file, one would be login (one user per line) + password (still one by line)
As once the centos server has been installed. (Server minimum).
the following components are needed:
- Apache httpd server
Continue reading “PrestaShop on Centos 6.x”
Installation in the terminal:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:fixnix/indicator-systemtray-unity sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-systemtray-unity
Once installed, you can enable it by this command:
gsettings list-recursively net.launchpad.indicator.systemtray
If you wish to remove it, run this command:
sudo apt-get --purge remove indicator-systemtray-unity
First, let install the prerequisites as if needed:
On Centos 7.0, you are trying to resize using “resize2fs2 the new logical volume once you have add a new volume to your group;
[root@centos7 ~]# resize2fs "yourvolumegroup" resize2fs 1.42.9 (28-Dec-2013) resize2fs: Bad magic number in super-block while trying to open "yourvolumegroup"
Couldn't find valid filesystem superblock.
On Centos 7.x, its using now XFS (look into the /etc/fstab), default should be xfs.
Instead of using resize2fs, use this command: