Grafana is a multi-platform open source solution for running data analytics, pulling up metrics that make sense of the massive amount of data, and monitoring apps through customization dashboards. Ubuntu is a free and open-source Linux distribution based on Debian. Ubuntu is officially released in … Continue reading Setup Grafana lab on Ubuntu with Vagrant and Virtualbox
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In Window$ OS, we can check running services and its status by going to Services console. (Start > Run > services.exe)
Similarly, to access running services info and status under Linux via BASH / Shell, we need to install ‘sysv-rc-conf’
aptitude install sysv-rc-conf
Below screenshot show the output of sysv-rc-conf command displaying status of service for all running levels (1-6) and startup (S)
As you can see in the screenshot to start a service use ‘+’ and to stop a service use ‘-‘. To enable or disable service to run at startup goto the respective service’s ‘S’ column and then use ‘Space Bar’.
Squid proxy is one of the best open source proxy software’s and most widely implemented solutions. I was trying to quickly set this up with less efforts but with no compromise w.r.t implementing robust ACLs (Access Control Lists).
Instead of reading various Howto’s in the net, I started searching for ready made appliance which could make things easy for me 🙂
After reviewing various options, I have had decided to go with Artica Proxy. Its pretty simple and its intuitive interface makes it simple to swiftly setup Squid Proxy within few minutes.
It offers Transparent Proxy, Load Balancer, 1.6 Millions blacklisted sites (updated on daily basis), user defined ACLs etc… For a full featured characteristics and benefits please visit the URI here.
I hope you’ll find this intelligent software useful and happy proxying!!
Downloaded latest version of Debian/Ubuntu in ISO format but don’t have CD/DVD to burn it.
Simple workaround… Use the most valuable DD command
dd if=/home/rambo/Downloads/debian.iso of=/dev/sdc
/home/rambo/Downloads/debian.iso [Replace this with your path to the downloaded iso file]
/dev/sdc [Replace ‘sdc’ with actual mounted USB device; use ‘mount’ command to identify the device]
NOTE: Please take backup of your USB Drive before running the above command