These are my links for 9 apr 2013 through 11 apr 2013:
- Apache VirtualHosts and SELinux under CentOS 6 | SilverStripe CMS Developer Blog – This article briefly describes how to move virtual hosts outside the standard /var/www/html directory in CentOS 6.x. By default SELinux in CentOS does not allow the httpd process to access files outside the standard /var/www/html directory. One side effect of not having the access permission is that properly configured virtual hosts resolve to the default directory without any errors in server's log files. This makes it difficult to troubleshoot without installing additional tools.
- HP v1910 Secret Commando list ( how to enable it ) | Glazenbakje’s Weblog – enable mode!!!
- NATing like it’s Nineteen Ninety Nine < Cisco Inferno – There are a number of different NAT styles and syntax styles. Syntax changes between 8.2 and 8.3 caused commotion among ASA users. This section will clearly state which NAT method is being used.