That's right, I'm going to migrate my machine into modern times and use a solid state drive (SSD). Why? The drastic performance gain with these devices should, at least in theory, fix the last issue I have with Linux and audio.
To Generate a Certificate Signing Request for Apache 2.x
- Log in to your server's terminal (SSH).
- At the prompt, type the following command:openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout yourdomain.key -out yourdomain.csr
Replace yourdomain with the domain name you're securing. For example, if your domain name is coolexample.com, you would type coolexample.key and coolexample.csr.
To install the Oracle Java JRE after the .rpm installation as the default Java on a linux system: <the current example below will install version 6 update 35>
Note: The best command for the Java JDK install is : yum localinstall <package-name-of-jdk>
alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /usr/java/jre1.6.0_35/bin/java 20000 --slave /usr/bin/keytool keytool /usr/java/jre1.6.0_35/bin/keytool --slave /usr/bin/orbd orbd /usr/java/jre1.6.0_35/bin/orbd
An encrypted filesystem will protect against bare-metal attacks against a hard drive. Anyone getting their hands on the drive would have to use brute force to guess the encryption key, a substantial hindrance to getting at your data.
Tested with Active Directory 2003 and RHEL 6.0
What we want to do :
- authentication against AD using Winbind and Kerberos
- allowing local and remote (SSH) authentication to members of a specific AD group (linuxadmin)
- allowing members of linuxadmin to use sudo
- UID/GID mapping against AD
- user homedir will be created at first log using pam_mkhomedir
- still possible to log in using local accounts, in case AD is unavailable
Check if resolution works :
Chapter 28: Samba How-to Chapter 28: PAM Distributed Authentication Advanced Configuration