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DEPLOYING NETBSD ON THE CLOUD USING AWS EC2 – MARCH BSD ISSUE

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  • Deploying NetBSD on the Cloud Using AWS EC2. Part 1

    Working on the development of #pozr, a free developer hosting service, you need to decide to use different flavors of BSD and Linux. Yes Linux…. Diego decided to tell you how to use NetBSD as the web server. In this article Diego will provide you with the steps you will need to deploy your own NetBSD cloud server on AWS EC2. You will learn more about AWS Basics and how to configure an EC2 Instance and how to create a NetBSD Virtual Server.


    - Diego Montalvo

  • Creating a multi-purpose file server for SOHO business environments with NetBSD, Samba, NFS, and Vsftpd

    In the UNIX world, there are different ways to implement file and folder sharing. In particular, in this article we will address two architectures with respect to sharing in the local network: NFS service, historically used in UNIXlike OSes, but now also running on Windows platforms and the Samba service (currently known as CIFS) typical of Windows environments. In order to manage access to files remotely, the choice fell on the vsftpd
    daemon configured properly in order to interact with SSL certificates and establish encrypted tunnels in which to flow the traffic data; for example, for connections of type “roadwarrior”.


    - Antonio Francesco Gentile

  • DragonFlyBSD As Backup Servers in HIFX

    DragonFlyBSD, the fork of FreeBSD by founder Matthew Dillon with the long-term goal of providing transparent single system image clustering, supports both the IA-32 & AMD64 platforms. Previously including pkgsrc from the NetBSD project as the package management system, it has recently switched to native Dports, DragonFly’s own third-party software build system, based on FreeBSD’s Ports Collection. This article will describe how HIFX (hifx.co.in) uses DragonFly for its backup servers, leveraging the features of its HAMMER1 file systems; namely remote mirroring, snapshots, pruning, and dedup in two particular use cases.


    - Siju George

  • GIMP Getting to Grips with the Gimp. Part 2

    In our new series on image manipulation and design, Rob will continue to look at graphic design basics, and how to use the most popular Open Source graphics software – The Gimp. You will learn in this series how to manipulate images like a design pro.


    - Rob Somerville

  • Set up a VOIP Server for SIP Calls and Protect it From Bruteforce Attacks in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

    VoIP is the initials for Voice Over Internet Protocol. It involves the transmission of voice signals over Internet lines and data networks. VoIP allows users to place phone calls from just about anywhere using broadband Internet. In this tutorial Stavros N. Shiaeles will show you how to set up a VOIP Server using Asterisk 1.8 and install FreePBX, a frontend interface for Asterisk, so that you can easily manage the Asterisk Server from a web interface
    and make it work without editing configuration files, writing dialplans and many other configurations.


    - Stavros N. Shiaeles

  • Network Analysis On a Storage Area Network Using Wireshark

    Wireshark, originally known as Ethereal, is probably the most famous open source packet sniffer and network analysis tool available. This application supports about 1300 protocols through a vast number of filters. Functionalities such as traffic, protocol analysis, and packet dissector make it an extremely versatile tool for security experts, network engineers, and system administrators. This article provides a quick overview of using Wireshark in a SAN environment. Although, network analyzers are powerful software and can be used to troubleshoot complicated issues, at the same time, they
    can be extremely dangerous when misused or activated through unauthorized access.


    - Sembiante Massimiliano

  • With every business a target for a security attack, are organisations finally grasping the security and data protection nettle or is the issue still being kicked into the long grass?

    - Rob Somerville


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September 22, 2014

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