IPMI stands for Intelligent Platform Management Interface. It’s a powerful protocol that is supported by many model server hardware from major manufacturers like Dell, HP, Oracle and Lenovo and is is used by System Administrators for out-of-band management of computer systems and monitoring of their operation. Out-of-band is also referred to the LOM (Lights-Out Management) involves the use of a dedicated management channel for device maintenance…. Read More
The “Positive SSL” certificate I bought along with my domain is invalid with any of my subdomains and cannot be used with wildcards. One annoying thing is that namecheap doesn’t offer auto installation of free let’s encrypt certificates, even though, they are saying “Namecheap is dedicated to data security and privacy for all internet users. We believe the movement to encrypt nearly all web traffic is a positive direction. As more sites embrace HTTPS and use of security products, providers of free SSL are beginning to come online.”
Let me show you what it needs to be done in order to “encrypt nearly all web traffic”.
In case you’ve forgotten the MySQL password and you are just looking for a quick fix, this tutorial explains how you can reset the MySQL root password on the most popular Linux distributions.
Put a smile on your face when you open a terminal by viewing a random MOTD…. Read More
Squid is a free & open-source full featured web proxy cache server released under GPL 3, which can be used in many other ways like a web server caching daemon to speed up websites loading, cache DNS lookups, filter the traffic and many other network protocols, right now, Squid server supports HTTP and FTP protocols, there is a limited support to other protocols like TLS and SSL, it was first released in 1996.