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Add multiple secondary IP addresses on CentOS

Adding a single secondary IP on CentOS is fairly straight forward. Adding a single secondary IP Assuming that you want the secondary IP on your first ethernet card (eth0), create a file /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:1 with the following content: user@laptop:~$ cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:1 DEVICE=eth0:1 ONBOOT=yes BOOTPROTO=static IPADDR= Optionally, you can also set NM_CONTROLLED to yes if you’d like […]

Posted on August 26th, 2014 under Linux, System Admin  •  No Comments

Configuring Postfix + Spamasassin + Amavis as front-end Mail Transport Agent (MTA) to MS Exchange 2010

Introduction The last time my client uses Windows Small Business Server, I had them bought Trend Micro Client Server Messaging Security for Small and Medium Business. It was quite costly; around $1200 for 15 users includes 2 years maintenance. It made sense then, because his settings makes it easy to manage and maintain and virus […]

Posted on April 15th, 2013 under Linux, System Admin, Windows  •  6 Comments

Revisit: choosing virtualization solution

It has been almost 1.5 years since I wrote my original article. While I’m still cheap (read: always try to get the best deals out there) but other things have changed — especially in the built-in support of virtualization on some Linux distributions. My new (used) server So this time, I got my server Sun […]

Posted on October 30th, 2010 under Virtualization  •  No Comments

Adding support for SSH2 on MAMP

Recently, I am in need to use SFTP on one of my PHP script. Fortunately, PHP does support it through SSH2 binding. Unfortunately, however, MAMP doesn’t come with SSH2 extension. So it looks like I have to recompile myself. Adding SSH2 extension to your MAMP the easy way I’ve compiled SSH2 extension for Mac. Note […]

Posted on December 11th, 2009 under MacOS X  •  5 Comments

Remote debugging PHP using Xdebug on MAMP

A development tools such as Microsoft Visual Studio has debugging feature built-in where you can step through the code line by line and watch the variables. There are times when you may want to do the same thing with PHP script running in a remote (or it could be local as well) web server. It […]

Posted on May 21st, 2009 under MacOS X, PHP  •  2 Comments

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