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Fix Install of Citrix Reciever on Ubuntu 12.04 x64

May 3rd, 2013 No comments

Fix Install of Citrix Reciever on Ubuntu 12.04 x64

I had two errors:

1. /var/lib/dpkg/info/icaclient.postinst: 696: /var/lib/dpkg/info/icaclient.postinst: nspluginwrapper: not found
2. dpkg: error processing icaclient (–install):

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How to fix mod_ssl CRIME attack

April 16th, 2013 No comments

More detailed information on what and how the attack works is here

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Fix KB2823324

April 15th, 2013 No comments

Microsoft BUG
So my old laptop just got updated with a MS destruction patch KB2823324 !

Here is how to fix it

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font woff problem

March 21st, 2013 No comments

roblem:
The default webserver (Apache/IIS) does not have some fonts format ‘we’ added to the website
This result in the browser, specially firefox to take long time to load the page.
The problem is clearly much worst in Firefox, do it yourself a test open this on each browser
http://www.stevesouders.com/tests/font-face/fout.php

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Parse nagios services.cfg

August 20th, 2009 No comments

When importing services.cfg from nagios2 to nagios3 with Centreon there are few parameters that must exist,
one of them is service_description. In a project I had to import almost 4 thousand services and many did not have
a service_description so I wrote this perl script to parse the services.cfg and get the use info parse it and set as a service_description, it can also be used for other means, like changing just a specific service…
The script use a nice concept called Finite State Machine
version 6, generate new services.cfg creating service_description, download here
version 7, looks up for a specific service or host and changes itm download here

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ubuntu mounts read only +USB

May 2nd, 2009 No comments

ubuntu mounts read only +USB
Someitimes when automounting external media, like USB memory or SD cards.
Ubuntu will allow read only.
The reason could be that somehow the kernel goes to panic when try to mount write permissions, confirm it by doing:
# dmesg | grep -i panic
will show you any panic messages. If you’re seeing alot of them relative to the disk, copy all the files you can to another disk and use dosfsck to fix the FAT partition,
Find out how is it mounted
# mount
Fix the filesystem:
# dosfsck -a /dev/<sdXX>
For me it got stuck in a bad pictures so I had to do
# dosfsck  /dev/<sdXX> -a -r -v -w
Then to check for Bad Sectors and fix it
# dosfsck  /dev/sde1 -t -r -v
Or since you’ve backed it up anyway (if you really did!)
just mkfs.vfat to format as FAT32. Or use gparted.

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