I'm a big fan of Jira for tracking support tickets. It's easy to have certain security events on your network automatically create tickets.Read more
How to use iptables to secure your network against internal threats with PacketFence, a transparent Linux bridge and a bit of custom PHP scripting.Read more
WPA2 Enterprise is the much more secure wifi authentication method. There's no hackers cracking login passwords if you do this, but there are a few downsides. Here's how to implement it for a small environment.Read more
This has to be the most poorly documented feature of Ubuntu ever. The more I use it the more I wonder if they aren't losing their focus for corporate use completely. It's almost enough to make me want to play with CentOS. With Ubuntu 12.04 Precise, you were able to deploy Desktop installations by using some files from the "Alternate Install" disk image and a full desktop image. Since you had…Read more
You may recall my previous article showing how to sync your OwnCloud repository on a headless Linux server. This process has changed with the newer version of the OwnCloud client and still isn't documented well on their site.
It's actually become much easier to do a complete sync - there's no worrying about a config file anymore, it's all done…Read more
The first major change with 14.04 was great news. Previously in order to have one of my Linux workstations authenticate users against our OpenLDAP directory required that I make changes to multiple PAM configuration files, add LDAP config files and more. It was quite a mess. Under 14.04, you now have the System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) which does it all from a single configuration file.Read more