Schlagwort: Debian

  • Rollback Debian Upgrade

    A single Debian upgrade (apt-get upgrade) can be rolled back with the following command. The upgrade is identified by its date and time, which has to be looked up from /var/log/apt/history.log first. grep -A 2 ‚Start-Date: 2016-06-26 17:38:49‘ /var/log/apt/history.log | tail -1 | sed -r -e „s/Upgrade: //“ -e „s/([^:]+):amd64 \(([^,]+), [^,]+\),?/\1=\2/g“ | xargs apt-get […]

  • Improved logwatch html output

    The tables, colors and fonts of the default logwatch html mails looks terrible in Mail.app. Here’s how to patch your `/usr/share/logwatch/default.conf/html/header.html`: Much better!

  • After my spam filter has been inactive for…

    After my spam filter has been inactive for more than two weeks, I finally had the pleasure to investigate what went wrong during the upgrade of my system to Debian Wheezy. Back then I took the conservative approach and kept my old configs when in doubt, especially when they were personalized to my tastes. Unfortunately […]

  • Finally CalDAV access

    If EGroupware is run via FastCGI under Apache, the authentication only works if the configuration file /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/fcgid.conf contains the line FcgidPassHeader Authorization

  • Einrichtung eines sicheren Fileservers

    Theorie Bei diesem Titel versteht es sich vielleicht von selbst, dass FTP hier kein Thema ist. Es ist vermutlich zu einem nicht unwesentlichen Teil persönliche Präferenz, aber wenn ich das Wort sicher im Zusammenhang mit Servern verwende, verlasse ich mich immer gern auf SSH. Im Fall eines Fileservers bietet sich also das SFTP Protokoll an. […]