I was working with a coworker today to setup a new Redmine server running on top of Ubunut 12.04 and one of the steps we completed in the process was setting up LDAP authentication in Redmine. Setting up LDAP authentication in Redmine requires the server running Redmine to be joined to the Windows Active Directory domain so I needed a quick way to auth Linux on Active Directory. I have used Centrify in the past and remember it being really easy to setup authentication from any form of Linux to a Windows domain and again it did not disappoint. Follow the directions below to join a Linux server to Active Directory using Centrify.
Typically when I need to use tshark I do so on a Linux server however there are times where it is convenient to have tshark available on my Windows 7 laptop. The TShark application is installed with Wireshark so installing TShark is very easy using the Wireshark GUI intsaller on Windows. One thing that makes tshark more useful is adding the tshark.exe executable to your PATH on Windows so you can open a command prompt and use TShark from any directory. Follow the directions below to first install Wireshark and then to add the directory that includes tshark.exe to your Windows 7 PATH.
You can install telnet on Windows 7 by following the directions in this article however you may want to instead install telnet using cygwin. The cygwin application provides you Linux type environment in Windows and you can use the cygwin installer to install lots of different Linux applications. One application that you might want to install is telnet however if you search for telnet via the cygwin installer there won’t be any results provided. Below is information on how to install telnet using cygwin on Windows.