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  • un proposed a mechanism called Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
  • Most Linux distributions come with several PAM authentication modules, including modules that support authentication to an LDAP directory and authentication using Kerberos. You can use these modules to authenticate to Active Directory, but there are some significant limitations, as I will discuss later in this article.
  • he easiest but least satisfactory way to use Active Directory for authentication is to configure PAM to use LDAP authentication

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  • I just did this anyway and it seems fine. I authenticate using mod_auth_cas. I set my User's "Auth" to "AJP". I'm guessing it matches REMOTE_USER or some such variable (I don't know) but as long as the username used to authenticate against CAS is the same as a username manually configured in Fisheye/Crucible, it seems to work.

  • As a sending server would typically queue these messages for many days anyway, retrying regularly – in my opinion the negative impact of the additional spam you are likely to receive far outweighs this small benefit.

  • Using clear text passwords in the configuration files are supported only for Development domain and it will not re-encrypt the passwords. If the domain is a Production domain then you cannot set the passwords in clear text. You have to either use a dedicated command-line utility or WLST to encrypt the clear text passwords. If the server encounters a clear text password when parsing the configuration file(s) while starting in Production Mode, then you will get an error similar to the following:

  • It also provides the necessary abstractions to make configuring a container image the same as configuring any other piece of infrastructure with Chef. Together, these three pieces of software create a delightful container management workflow takes you from development to production.
May 14, 16

"Samba now runs on multiple platforms and is a mainstay on most Linux distros."

  • Docker allows your developers to develop on local containers that contain your applications and services. It can then integrate into a continuous integration and deployment workflow.

  • ## No MultiViews  #DirectoryIndex index.php  #Options FollowSymLinks  ## MultiViews  DirectoryIndex wsvn.php  Options FollowSymLinks MultiViews  ## End MultiViews  Order allow,deny  Allow from all  <IfModule mod_php4.c>  php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off  php_flag track_vars On  </IfModule> </Directory>

  • I'm not entirely familiar with the Apache API model, but this would appear to indicate that mod_authz_svn does not currently support Apache 2.4's new authentication model.

  • 1.580.1 or later (1.609.1+ for latest features).
Mar 20, 16

"I have tried both Puppet and  Chef and I prefer Chef for a number of reasons. The main ones are that it has a more elegant and easier to use DSL and that chef-server has the awesome search functionality."

  •  I have tried both Puppet and  Chef and I prefer Chef for a number of reasons. The main ones are that it has a more elegant and easier to use DSL and that chef-server has the awesome search functionality.

  • then the home and install folders can be copied straight into an identical external database and user management setup.
  • If you have previously installed Confluence using the guided installer and plan on starting Confluence using the startup or start-confluence scripts in the Confluenceinstall/bin/ directory, check setenv.sh (Unix/Linux) or setenv.bat (Windows) in the same directory. If there is a JRE_HOME set, ensure that the path to the JRE is up to date in regards to the new environment.
  • Download the proper distribution (the same one you have from your original site) from the Download Archive.

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