This post is just focused on building a vpn IPSec connection site-to-site between IpCop and PFSense.
Att: PfSense and IpCop boxes are using a public ip address on WAN side.
– Go under VPN menu, option IPSec, and check Enable IPSec check box, and hit Save button. Then click the Add tunnel icon on the right side of the page, now you’ve a new page where you can specify VPN tunnel options.
– Mandatory Parameters
Key Exchange Version: V1
Internet Protocol: IpV4
Remote Gateway: The public ip address of IpCop box Continue reading
Using Sendmail usually when you need to “recompile” the config file you have to launch the next command.
make -C /etc/mail/
In Debian you can get the next error.
make: Entering directory '/etc/mail'
Updating databases ...
Reading configuration from /etc/mail/sendmail.conf.
Could not open /usr/share/sendmail-cf/m4/cf.m4(No such file or directory)
In this post I’ll suggest some tips on how to optimize your Windows operating system for maximum performance with SSDs.
1) AHCI Mode
You have to enter the BIOS setup and change the SATA controller mode to AHCI.
Real little but useful tip for CentOs 6.7
Error: Package: systemtap-devel-2.7-2.el6.x86_64 (base)
How to solve ??
Your system is probably configured to exclude the kernel packages. In /etc/yum.repos.d check all files and comment out all the lines that start with exclude=