Citrix XenApp – Present Linux Applications To Users

Citrix XenApp – Present Linux Applications Why stop at virtualising your Microsoft applications and expand it to Linux? That’s what I asked myself before working out how to present Linux applications (in particular Kali Linux tools), I couldn’t find any guidance on the interwebz about it and certainly didn’t see any write ups from Citrix… Read more »

Creating a software RAID on Ubuntu/Debian

Creating a software raid of disks is quite easy in Ubuntu, I will assume the disks are attached (physically or virtually) to the guest operating system. Currently Ubuntu supports the following raid levels: RAID level 0 RAID level 1 RAID level 2 RAID level 3 RAID level 4 RAID level 5 RAID level 6 RAID level… Read more »

Limit SSH connections geographically

There is a real security risk to leaving your shell connection ports exposed to the internet especially if you don’t ever intend on connecting from Zimbabwe as well as other random countries. This can limit brute force attack exposure and also save valuable resources and bandwidth by rejecting a packets before a tcp handshake. Install… Read more »

Adding Colour to Linux Bash Shell

If the standard black and grey makes you feel uninspired, you can change this by adding two lines to your .bashrc file in the users profile. 1. Edit the .bashrc file

2. Add the following lines

Should you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to comment below. If you like… Read more »

Install MediaWiki on Apache with mySQL

From MediaWiki site: MediaWiki is a free software open source wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia. I decided to give MediaWiki a try as a scripts repository so I thought I’d write a quick guide of how to install it on a Linux/Apache/mySQL server. Assumptions A fully qualified domain name with a… Read more »