So, I keep forgetting how to rebuild my arrays with mdadm (since, it doesn’t break that often).
But, here´s some information:
mdadm -D /dev/md2
#mdadm --stop /dev/md2
mdadm --assemble -v /dev/md2 /dev/sdd1 --run
mdadm /dev/md0 --add /dev/sda1 --fail /dev/sdb1 --remove /dev/sdb1
Couple of days ago I had a discussion with a co-worker and informed him of the following;
It’s good to know stuff, and these small things, can help you understand underlying stuff :).
Accordingly, replacing ‘tt’s in http is not new – but, new for me is that ie 7 and above automagically replaces the wrong parts, and parses it as a ‘normal’ link..
Well. Got the idea to sneak-build my own live-cd. Stumbled upon the following sites:
It’s been a bumpy road for one of our bigger streamer-services Spotify.
And still, I haven’t seen any improvements regarding opt-outs. Read my suggestion from a while back.
Since there’s newer releases I need to update it anyway. I’ll send some updates this way later on.
Is not that fun anymore, the db isn’t autocreated as it once was, so a bit of fiddeling is needed..
Needless to say, you can get it working.
Check out http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1069859 for getting metasploit running again as it should.
Running it is described here:
“Easy” way of installing. Based on 3.0.x of openvas, contains the needed dependencies.
#make me as a [name.sh] and do me a chmod +x [name.sh]
#Ran on ubu 9.10
#Run as root (ie - sudo -i )
gunzip -d $HOME/openvas*.gz
tar -xvvf $HOME/openvas-libraries-3.0.5.tar
tar -xvvf $HOME/openvas-scanner-3.0.2.tar
##tar -xvvf $HOME/openvas-client-3.0.0.tar
apt-get install -y build-essential libgtk2.0-dev libglib2.0-dev libssl-dev htmldoc libgnutls-dev libpcap0.8-dev bison libgpgme11-dev libsmbclient-dev snmp pnscan cmake
$HOME/openvas-libraries-3.0.5/./configure && make && make install
echo "include /usr/local/lib" >> /etc/ld.so.conf && ldconfig
$HOME/openvas-scanner-3.0.2/./configure && make && make install
##$HOME/openvas-client-3.0.0/./configure && make && make install
#change: SYNC_TMP_DIR='mktemp -d openvas-nvt-sync'
#into: SYNC_TMP_DIR='mktemp -d openvas-nvt-sync.XXXXXXXXXX -t'
#run as root:
# Install the client on prefered system - client depends on the libraries as well.