1) Install vncserver
apt-get install vnc4server
2) Set password using vncpasswd
3) Launch vncserver
3) Install Git
apt-get install git
4) Get noVNC
git clone git://github.com/kanaka/noVNC
5) Launch noVNC
./utils/launch.sh --vnc <ipaddress>:<VNC port>
In my case
./utils/launch.sh --vnc 10.10.9.18:5901
6) At this point, you can open up a web browser, and navigate to the URL shown in the output of the last command (e.g., http://10.10.9.18:6080/vnc.html?host=10.10.9.18&port=6080).
Yesterday I installed Ubuntu Server 14.04 on my machine (D2500 board with integrated graphics): after finishing install and rebooting the monitor does not get a signal and goes into standby right after boot process end.
Oss.: BIOS was displayed normally !
1) Monitor in Standby
2) SSH available
3) System booted “correctly” (except graphics)
I get this error in /var/log/syslog
[drm:cdv_intel_dp_i2c_aux_ch] *ERROR* too many retries, giving up
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.
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 again.
For this reason it is almost impossible to use Bacula in backup process via WAN and with large amount of files.
Att.: The Bacula commercial version, however, has the ability to continue interrupted backups, and other very interesting stuff.
For this reason we started a long time to use for backup via WAN Burp, an open source backup solution that has the ability to continue interrupted backups. Continue reading