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How to install FTB Infinity Minecraft Server & its Mod Packs on Linux

Feed The Beast (FTB) is a popular Minecraft Mod Pack Distribution that bundles many Minecraft Mod Packs into its single install. The FTB Client for Windows is installed and run by clicking the .EXE link at FTB Install page and … Continue reading

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TLS/SSL config updates to Sendmail for recent OpenSSL versions

Recent SSL updates to the OpenSSL package have removed old DH parameters which are built into Sendmail mail server software, so the following are configuration updates to Sendmail (sendmail.cf) to enable the use of a longer DH Parameter to TLS/SSL … Continue reading

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Need “Follow the Sun” Linux/Open-Source Support & Project Personnel?

Network Presence has highly-skilled and competent tele-workers on deck between 9am to 9pm Sydney, Australia time each and every day, who are able to take on either deep (Level 2 or Level 3) Support or Project based Linux and Open-Source … Continue reading

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Installing Oracle XE Database on CentOS

Once you satisfy the login requirements for Oracle’s site, you can download their “Express” Database, which from their License Agreement for that DB sofware, can only be run/used in the following manner: Any use of the Oracle Database Express Edition … Continue reading

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Linux Distributions available on NetPres VPS

Here’s the currently available full list of Linux distributions and versions that we can provision for any Network Presence non-Windows VPS Order. Over time we’ll review and remove some of these older versions, but the following is available for the … Continue reading

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Available for Consulting & Contracting on Internet, Linux & Open-Source

I hear it said that we’re at the ‘business end’ of the calendar year and if you have a need to quickly deploy or “wrap up” some IT Projects involving Open-Source or Linux, then I’m available at short-notice for brief … Continue reading

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Howto use Intel PRO 1000 PCIe “Bypass” cards in Debian Linux

For some time Intel has been marketing these “Bypass” Ethernet cards which have a different PCI Device ID which means that the official Intel open-source (Linux, FreeBSD etc) drivers don’t recognise these cards, and I came to find one in … Continue reading

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We can Support your CentOS-to-Oracle Linux upgrades

We’ve run up a few of these conversions to Oracle Linux recently and so far it stays a CentOS/RHEL-like Linux system and works fine using Oracle’s Yum Repositories. The additional features provided by Oracle are very useful and I’m glad … Continue reading

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Get access to a Cloud, App or Website Deployment Expert with your VPS

You know you need good Internet access and servers for your App, but “who? where?” and Australia may be as good as America for delivering content to Asia, even though here in Australia we’re in the same timezone as Asia. … Continue reading

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How to use iptables to rate-limit packet storms

Network Probes are part and parcel of being on the Internet, some of them are just “port probes”, some are more malicious, being a constant stream of attempts to login to a service, either way Linux provides a way to … Continue reading

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