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How to install Nagios 4 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Nagios is an open source software that can be used for infrastructure monitoring: Nagios will monitor servers, switches, applications and services and it alerts (via email or other stuff) the system admin when something goes wrong.

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Install & configure Burp backup solution on Debian 7

I love Bacula, really, a lot ! In my company we use it to backup all the server (Linux & Windows) inside the LAN ! However, it has a big drawback: when the client-server connection drops backup process starts over … Continue reading

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CentOS & HyperV just do not mix !

Some months ago I’ve installed a guest CentOS 6.3 in Hyper-V vers. 6.0.6002 in Windows 2008 Standard Ed, without any Linux Integration Components (i’m lazy……). Using yum I’ve installed a LAMP, and created a php-mysql website. It seemed to work … Continue reading

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How to install Knowledgeroot in Debian

I love very much knowledgeroot: in my office we use it daily and it is simple and rock-solid. But….. what is it ? Simple: it is knowledgebase system where the contents are managed in a tree-like structure.

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