If the previous version of VMWare Converter for Linux was quite buggy (I had errors when trying to convert virtual machines stored on NFS or mount via SSH/Fuse), the 4.0.1 works well: I installed it on a VM running Ubuntu 9.04, and manage to convert (windows) VM without any problem.
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Since all current CPU in new servers are able to run in 64 bits mode, and most Linux distribution are also available in 64 bits version, I was wondering why we still continue to install 32 bits operating systems ?
So, I took two Dell Poweredge 1950 with two Intel Pentium 4 Xeon quad-core 2 [...]
ModSecurity2 is a Web Application Firewall, integrated into Apache as a module. You can use it at the final web server by adding the module (especially if you have a HTTPS web server, so your IDS/IPS cannot analyze these flows), or by adding an Apache based reverse proxy in front of your [...]
FreeRadius is now the default Radius server at my employer (french telco/ISP), and we are really happy with that. However, I was asked to find a way to have round-robin repartition between LNS, and it is not a Freeradius functionality.
I first stared to use a external program executed with the attr_rewrite module to randomly select [...]