The Glibc GHOST Vulnerability – How to Patch your Linux Server/VPS?

A very serious security problem is just found in GNU C library, Glibc, announced yesterday, Jan 27, 2015. This is a critical vulnerability that almost every linux Machine is going to effect by it. Accoding to qualys What is glibc? The GNU C Library or glibc is an implementation of the standard C library and a core part of the Linux operating system. Without this library a Linux system will … [Read more...]

Configuring range of ips in Linux,Centos,fedora core, red hat

Thats pretty simple Just configure on ips in [crayon-59e69b569e14a828953102/] Then Make a new file named ifcfg-eth0-range0 [crayon-59e69b569e150883210181/] Put following code in it [crayon-59e69b569e153498920664/] Save and close by pressing [crayon-59e69b569e156100476274/] Then run command [crayon-59e69b569e159149051826/] And you are done, ips from 192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.200 are … [Read more...]

How to remove drweb from plesk ?

One simple command do this For Centos/Fredora [crayon-59e69b569e5d3201722530/] For Debian/Ubuntu [crayon-59e69b569e5d9814626849/] … [Read more...]

Upgrading from Fedora 9 to Fedora 10 with yum

Fedora 10 is out and once again it is time to upgrade. The upgrade from Fedora 9 to Fedora 10 is almost exactly like the upgrade from Fedora 8 to Fedora 9. Here are the steps you need to do the upgrade from Fedora 9 to Fedora 10.   Before I go on about doing this by hand you should know that you can use PreUpdate once it populates with the latest update. yum update yum clean all I like to … [Read more...]

Upgrading from Fedora 8 to Fedora 9 with yum

A new release of Fedora is out again so it is time to check out the upgrade. This time it is the Fedora 9 release. The upgrade from Fedora 8 to Fedora 9 is almost exactly like the upgrade to Fedora 8. Here are the steps you need to do the upgrade from Fedora 8 to Fedora 9:   As someone points out in the comments there is a new facility to do upgrades that you can install. See the following wiki … [Read more...]

Upgrading from Fedora 7 to Fedora 8 with yum

Fedora 8 has been released so it is time to upgrade once again. First you should go back and upgrade to Fedora 7 if you haven't already. From there it is even easier this time to upgrade. Here are the steps you need to do the upgrade from Fedora 7 to Fedora 8: yum update yum clean all I like to repeated update and clean all a second time to make sure everything got updated Run the following … [Read more...]

Upgrading from FC6 to Fedora 7 with yum

Now that Fedora 7 has been release it is time to upgrade from that crusty old Fedora Core 6. Note that they have removed the "Core" from the name so a few things have changed with the paths used in yum. Last year I did a post on how to upgrade from FC5 to FC6 and this upgrade happened on the first box I used for that. Before you start see the note after these steps about checking for disk … [Read more...]

Upgrade FC5 to FC6 with yum

Now that Fedora Core 6 is available it is time to upgrade those old crusty FC5 installs. To upgrade from FC5 you can follow these steps: You may be able to skip this step but I did a yum update on FC5 first to make sure everything there was up to date and worked before moving to FC6. Do a "yum clean all" to remove all the old yum cruft. Install the fedora-release for Fedora Core 6. Use the rpm … [Read more...]

Upgrade Fedora Core 4 to Fedora Core 5 with yum

I recently upgraded a bunch of FC4 (a few FC3) installs to FC5 using yum. It has been a long time since I've tried doing an OS upgrade like this because it used to be pretty painful. I was surprised at how easy it is to do now. There are a few issues to get past but for the most part for fedora core 4 to fedora core 5 you just have to follow a few simple steps: Remove any kernels before … [Read more...]