The next tool up for review in the DNS section of the Backtrack 4 menu is a short script called lbd.sh. This is a small shell script with only one purpose and that is to check whether a domain is using load balncing. A common host in front of a bank of Web servers may be a load-balancing device or a Web redirector, so this information can be good to know.
When I installed MacPorts 1.8.2 on MacOS X 10.5.8, it automatically changed my PATH in my .bash_profile file. To fix the “rubygems (LoadError)” error message, I moved the “/opt/local/bin” from the beginning of the PATH to the end as follows:
Today I was working on a Vista laptop and I encountered the error “page failed to load” while trying to open many of the control panel icons. I thought at first maybe the permissions for the user were screwed up even though the user was an administrator. So next I enabled the administrator account and booted into that only to find that the issue was still there. The problem was specifically happening when I tried to select user accounts. In my searching I found may so called “solutions” but none of them survived a reboot. Below I show how I repaired the file system to fix this error.
The below describes creating a SVN repository from a CentOS Linux shell followed by importing a SVN repository dump into the newly created repository. This can be useful for many reasons including moving servers or even just moving the location of an SVN repo.
If you don’t have subversion installed go ahead and do so now. The below command can be issued from the shell of a CentOS Linux server using yum to install subversion.