Tag: Linux

  • Changing a DB2 server name

    If you find DB2 not being able to start because of a server name problem, it most likely is caused by moving a virtual machine and not renaming the DB2 database. To update DB2 to the proper name: Stop DB2 as administrator (db2inst user). >su – db2inst >db2stop If there are open database connections, then […]

  • Slow SSH in Ubuntu

    If you are experiencing long delays when connecting to Ubuntu through SSH, this is most likely a protocol issue investigate this site. In your SSH_CONFIG file, set: GSSAPIAuthentication no Restart the ssh daemon, and you should be quickly connecting to your Ubuntu server from now on.

  • How to install Subversion with Apache HTTPD

    Ensure you have Apache installed on your system. Ensure you have mod_dav_svn installed: > yum -y update mod_dav_svn Install ssl support to enable https: > yum install mod_ssl Edit /etc/httpd/conf.d/subversion.conf and append the following lines to the end of your config file: <Location /svn> DAV svn SVNParentPath /var/svn AuthType Basic AuthName “Subversion repository” AuthUserFile /etc/svn-auth-file […]

  • How to install Virtualmin on Ubuntu Linux

    First install Ubuntu 8.04-1 LTS. It’s the only version VirtualMin supports. Towards the end of the install, Ubuntu will ask what servers you want to add. Only choose OpenSSH server. No apache, bind, ftp, etc. ONLY OpenSSH. Reboot, login, and get the file install-virtualmin-3.642.sh from the network. Run > sudo sh install-virtualmin-3.642.sh and type in […]