When you install TMG 2010 on Windows Server with IE9 you might find that TMG console will not work.
That is caused by IE 9. In order to fix it follow steps:
- Open “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway\UI_HTMLs\TabsHandler\TabsHandler.htc”
- Search for the 3 lines which contain “paddingTop“, and remark-out each of them by adding “//” in the begining.
- Save the file, and re-open TMG management console.
Example: Change the line:
m_aPages [niPage].m_tdMain.style.paddingTop = ((m_nBoostUp < 0) ? -m_nBoostUp : 0) ;
// m_aPages [niPage].m_tdMain.style.paddingTop = ((m_nBoostUp < 0) ? -m_nBoostUp : 0) ;
If you want to install some packages on Debian and don’t know names of packages you can search in packages cache.
For example if you want to see all packages related to MySQL:
root@hostname:~# apt-cache search mysql akonadi-backend-mysql - MySQL storage backend for Akonadi ampache-themes - Themes for Ampache aolserver4-nsmysql - AOLserver 4 module: module for accessing MySQL databases libapq3.2.0 - Pluggable Ada 95 Binding to various database systems (library) libapq3.2.0-dbg - Pluggable Ada 95 Binding to various database systems (debug) libapq3.2.0-dev - Pluggable Ada 95 Binding to various database systems (development) libaprutil1-dbd-mysql - Apache Portable Runtime Utility Library - MySQL Driver asterisk-mysql - MySQL database protocol support for the Asterisk PBX audiolink - makes managing and searching for music easier auth2db - Powerful and eye-candy IDS logger, log viewer and alert generator auth2db-common - Common configuration files for Auth2db backend and web frontend auth2db-filters - Auth2db defaults filters pack auth2db-frontend - Web frontend view for auth2DB log engine automysqlbackup - daily, weekly and monthly backup for your MySQL database autopostgresqlbackup - Automated tool to make periodic backups of PostgreSQL databases backup-manager - command-line backup tool backupninja - lightweight, extensible meta-backup system bacula-common-mysql - network backup service - MySQL common files bacula-common-mysql-dbg - network backup service - MySQL common files (debugging) bacula-director-mysql - network backup service - MySQL storage for Director ... root@hostname:~#
I use SecureCRT quite often to access Linux systems as well as network devices.
When going through one of the presentations on SecureCRT web page I found handy tip how to configure session logs to have it divided by date, time and session.
Screenshot below demonstrates settings for log file:
Basically parameters are set to:
- Log file name: %Y-%M-%D–%h-%m-%s.%t__%S(%H).txt
- Options / Start log upon connect: checked
- Custom log data / On each line: %h:%m:%s(%t):
These settings will create separate log file for each session every time connection will be established.
In addition to that each line will start with timestamp added by SecureCRT.
Here is how to turn Raspberry PI with Linksys WUSB100 v2.0 adapter and Raspbian into wireless access point. This might be handy for conference rooms where you have wired connection, but wireless signal is too low. Just quick setup on Raspberry, plugin the cable and you have wireless available.
Install required packages
apt-get install firmware-ralink wireless-tools hostapd bridge-utils
Modify /etc/network/interfaces to add bridge interface
auto lo br0 iface lo inet loopback iface eth0 inet manual allow-hotplug wlan0 iface wlan0 inet manual iface br0 inet dhcp bridge_ports eth0 wlan0
Once network configuration is modified reboot Raspberry PI.
Create /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf file to define access point configuration
interface=wlan0 driver=nl80211 bridge=br0 country_code=PL ieee80211d=1 ssid=raspb3rry-wifi hw_mode=g channel=6 wme_enabled=0 macaddr_acl=0 auth_algs=1 wpa=2 wpa_passphrase=raspberry123 wpa_key_mgmt=WPA-PSK wpa_pairwise=TKIP rsn_pairwise=CCMP
Add configuration information to /etc/default/hostapd
That will make hostapd daemon to start automatically each time Raspberry PI will bootup.