I just recently made a server using Fedora 10 and i was wondering if it is possible to set it up so that i don't need a GPU for fedora to boot properly. Since the GPU isn't being used i was hoping to save on a little bit more electricity.
I'm hosting my own dedicated server with Ubuntu Server 10.10. I have it set up with a static local IP, and I've configured DynDNS to link up with my router and allow my server to go live to the internet. I have all the appropriate ports unlocked, with the exception of port 80. This port is blocked by my ISP (Charter) and I can't use it. Due to this, I configured my router to listen on port 81, and direct it to my server.
So, In order to view it, you need to go to the IP XXX.xxx.XXX.xxx:81 Today, I registered (www.online-self.com) in hopes of getting around my current mask (provided by DynDNS.com (omegame.selfip.com). So here is my dilemma, When I go to the host of my domain name , I want to redirect my DNS to my server IP.
I can't seem to do it though? They want a strict IP address, no port extensions. How do I get around this so that my domain name and IP address link up? I'm thinking I may be missing a step, or maybe I needed to register a domain name that simply redirects? I'm starting to get confused on what I should do next. Can I even do this?
For the last couple of days I've been building on a server built from an old (well, not too old) computer. My goal is to use it for multiple purposes like a webserver, home automation, and possibly a future media center (if I get my TV card to work). But perhaps the main reason is to get wireless access to the internet for my laptop, and to connect it to my other (stationary) computer. When I'm done I'm also planning on writing a guide for setting up an access point with the rt61 chipset, as there seems to be many people looking for this. First I just need to get through this problem though .
For this I use two wired NICs, eth0 for the local interface to my computer, and eth1 as an external interface for the internet. Moreover I use a wireless NIC (DWL-G510 using the rt61pci driver) in conjunction with the daemon hostapd to provide a wireless interface for portable computers to connect to. eth1 gets its IP through DHCP from my ISP, while eth0 and wlan0 have static IPs on two different subnets like this (copied from /etc/network/interfaces):
(I have tried a bunch of other ips too and none outside its network are pingable) I'm not sure if this is a problem with my server or a problem with the networking outside the server. I have been emailing my server provider and they keep on insisting the problem is with the server and that their network is working fine. Apparently all of their other servers work and they can login into the gateway and ping 184.108.40.206 from there. So they just want to reinstall the OS, but I thought I'd post here to see if anyone has any ideas.
Here is some info I have gained while troubleshooting: I haven't changed any settings at all on the server for months. I haven't done any updates for about a week. The strangest thing is that this is intermittent, there have been a few times in the last 24 hours where I have been able to ping 220.127.116.11 or other ips, but 98% of the time I can't. I have also tried rebooting the server, which had no effect. I can ping the gateway, and I can ping other servers on the same subnet. I can ssh onto the server from my home internet connection, and I can view webpages on apache, so incoming connections work.
I am trying to make start an iptables.cf script on my server.
I have copied it into /etc/init.d/ And try to make it load with /etc/init.d/iptables.cf start Then "not permission" (I was the root then). So, sudo /etc/init.d/iptables.cf start Then, "command not found".
i need to make an file server.but I'm not gonna ask how because that's a piece of pie.The thing is i need to make an ubuntu/xubuntu based file server.For windows users.But not just a regular file server. A File Server with accounts. That when you try to access the file server in explorer you need to provide a username and password.And that you( as the administrator) manage the privileges for the server/folder/file. so with different permissions.
I've just set up apache and can't make public_html dir to work. I followed this tutorial:http://fedoraphprails.blogspot.com/2...user-home.htmlAnd I'm still getting:Quote:orbiddenYou don't have permission to access /~gal/ on this server.Apache/2.2.13 (Fedora) Server at localhost Port 80
In first place i am sorry about my horrible English. I want to make a web site with a virtual host of apache visible by all the computers connected to my networking. I put this in the end of the file "/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf"("192.168.1.194" is the IP address of my computer. The default gateway IP address is "192.168.1.1"):
It works if i go to "http://192.168.1.194/" with the browser of the computer with apache inside, but on the others PC of my networking this method don't work!
I am running an Ubuntu Server on a VirtualBox VM running on my windows machine. So I've created a self-signed certificate using the following tutorial: [URL]
From this tutorial I'm left with 3 files: server.key server.csr server.crt
Then I found this very similar tutorial that has an extra bit on installing the certificates in apache: [URL] So I followed it's instructions which boil down to this:
So I'm thinking this should work now. However in Chrome I get: SSL connection error Unable to make a secure connection to the server. This may be a problem with the server, or it may be requiring a client authentication certificate that you don't have. Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): SSL protocol error. IE8 gives me a typical "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" Note that [URL] fails while [URL] works fine, so it's definitely something in my ssl setup I'm thinking.
I have followed the instructions here on how to make a server: [URL] The server works locally on my 192.168.1.101 however how do I get my stugo.co.cc domain, my txug.co.cc domain, and my mundotg.co.cc domain to point to my ip address? 18.104.22.168 I understand I have to use bind dns however im having the hardest time getting it to work ... Also it will be a lamp and mail server.
I wanted to make a SysLog Server in Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop to collect the startup log of all the workstation inside the local area network,which should have a similar functionality to this guide here:Debian Syslog Server..However, when editing the sysklogd, i noticed it was empty and does not have any default values, along with the /etc/syslog.conf, which does not also exist.
I'm new to send mail. I have a server with a public address and domain name. But I only want to implement a small sendmail network on our 20-user LAN. Can I turn my public server into a sendmail server? Are there any simple step-by-step instructions for this?
I want to make a server that I can log into from my lap top over wireless and access virtual machines, and server terminals. VPN over ssh maybe? Is there a fedora server edition i can use and does it have the required capabilities?
How do I make a server wait on shutdown for a set amount of time?I tried making a service that just does Code: sleep 7m and made it first priority on shutdown but it seems to ignore itI'm pretty sure it runs... I'm currently testing that to make sure
I would like to make my Fedora 13 box a DHCP server for my network. I can not find dhcpd in YUM. Is there a way to make my Fedora box a dhcp server? This was relay easy with Suse, but my Opensuse box just suffered a hard drive failure.