How to edit configuration on IIS 7 Windows 7

Sunday, March 6, 2011

How to edit configuration on IIS 7 Windows 7 ?
Haha, just follow this instruction :

From run dialog :
- Clik Start,
- Click Run,
- Then, type inetmgr

From Computer :
- Right Click on My Computer
- Click Manage
- You can see... :)
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How to Install FTP server on linux debian

Saturday, January 29, 2011

1. Install proftpd

apt-get install proftpd

2. Select standard.

3. Set permission for user dir

chmod 777 /home/arul

You can change "arul" with your username.

4. Restart the proftpd

/etc/init.d/proftpd restart

5. Test on client. Type ftp://ip or ftp://domain name
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How to Restore GRUB Ubuntu

Sunday, January 23, 2011

How to restore GRUB Linux Ubuntu 9.10 :

  • Prepare a Live CD or Live USB Ubuntu 9.10.
  • Boot from the live CD or live USB.
  • After logging into Ubuntu 9.10 main view, select the menu place.
  • Select the directory that previously as Ubuntu.
  • Copy the directory name with the click button of paper and pencil. Then will come the name of the directory, eg /media/xxxxxxx.

  • Copy the directory name.
  • Open the terminal and login as super user by typing :
  • sudo su
  • Then type the following command :
  • grub-install –root-directory=(Ubuntu directory name) / /dev/sda Example: grub-install –root-directory=/media/xxxxxxxx/ /dev/sda
    (make sure there is no problem)
  • Reboot (type : reboot and press enter)
  • To get into your windows, go into Ubuntu, open a terminal and then type the following command:
  • sudo su

Good luck.. :)
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Install and Setting Bind9 on Linux Debian

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Install and setting up bin9 on linux debian. What is bind9 ? Bind9 is DNS Server based linux OS.
You can create your own domain at local network. Example : aruel.com, pakar-it.info, etc.

Ok, let's begin.

1. Installing bind9 :

apt-get install bind9

2. Copy file /etc/bind/db.local to /etc/bind/db.forward, and /etc/bind/db.127 to /etc/bind/db.reverse

cp /etc/bind/db.local /etc/bind/db.forward
cp /etc/bind/db.127 /etc/bind/db.reverse

3. Edit file /etc/bind/named.conf, add this line to end off file

nano /etc/bind/named.conf
zone "pakar-it.info" {
type master;
file "db.forward";

zone "0.168.192.in-addr.arpa" {
type master;
file "db.reverse";

Note : you can replace pakar-it.info with your domain.
0.168.192 is your IP. If your IP, so you can use 100.168.192.

4. Edit /etc/bind/db.forward . Edit localhost with your hostname and your domain.

nano /etc/bind/db.forward
@ IN SOA ns.pakar-it.info. arul.pakar-it.info.(
86400 )
@ IN NS ns.pakar-it.info.
IN MX 10 mail.pakar-it.info.
ns IN A
www IN CNAME ns
ftp IN CNAME ns
mail IN CNAME ns

5. Edit /etc/bind/db.reverse . Edit and use this script.

nano /etc/bind/db.reverse

@ IN SOA ns.pakar-it.info. arul.pakar-it.info.(
86400 )
IN NS ns.pakar-it.info.
5 IN PTR ns.pakar-it.info.

Note : 5 is your last IP. Example : , use 5 for this settings.

6. Restart bind9 service.

/etc/init.d/bind9 restart

7. Test your settings.

nslookup www.pakar-it.info

8. Ok. It's easy and simple....
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How to Install and Setting DHCP SERVER on Linux Debian Server

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Step 1 : Install DHCP Server
apt-get install dhcp3-server

Step 2 : Open File : /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf
nano /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf

Step 3 : Edit it..
# A slightly different configuration for an internal subnet.
subnet netmask {
option domain-name-servers;
option domain-name "debian.com";
option routers;
# option broadcast-address;
# default-lease-time 600;
# max-lease-time 7200;

Step 4 : Save it with CTRL + X , then restart dhcp
/etc/init.d/dhcp3-server restart

Step 5 : Test it with windows client. Obtain your windows IP and save it.
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How to Set up IP on Linux Debian Server Console

Sunday, January 9, 2011

To set up IP on Linux Debian, just edit file /etc/network/interfaces.

How to edit? Hmmmm.... it's simple, just open interfaces file with nano.

nano /etc/network/interfaces
Just it... And, edit IP what you want. Then, press CTRL + X and Y and enter.
After it, don't forget restart network interfaces. :
/etc/init.d/networking restart
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