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Home - Liberum Help Desk Wiki BigML PasTmon - The Passive Application Response Time Monitor Ganglia Monitoring System Ubuntu Linux - Tips and Tricks in using Ubuntu Ubuntu Linux - Tips and Tricks in using Ubuntu - Tutorial Copyright © 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Lars Vogel Ubuntu - Typical Tasks This articles contains some information about handling a Ubuntu system. Ubuntu Linux is a full fledged Linux system trailed for the desktop. Unity is the default windows manager on Ubuntu. Press the Windows key to start the Dash. 2.2. To add new entries to the launcher you can create an .desktop file and drag file on the launcher. The following lists a few useful shortcuts for the Unity window manager. Table 1. To open a console open the Dash and type in Terminal. Ubuntu offers several editors which are installed by default. To install vim on your Ubuntu machine use the following command. sudo apt-get install vim Start vim from the command line. vim has two modes, one editing mode and other mode in which you can move within the file. A simple editor with a graphical user interface is gedit. The following demonstrates the usage of the find command. Table 2.

Skytree ESX How To VMware ESX 2.1/5 Server: Beyond the Manual Document Version 1.6 By Mike Laverick © RTFM Education For Errors/Corrections please contact: mikelaverick@rtfm-ed.co.uk Table Of Contents Introduction . 4 Virtual Disk Management 5 Create Writable Floppy Images 5 Sample Script to Import a Disk Template (with simple error checking) 5 Convert a WS/GSX VMDK disk from IDE to SCSI 7 Reading a Virtual Disk From Windows (DiskMount) 9 Offline Backup Of VM . 10 Online Backups of VM (Redo File) 15 Compressing Virtual Disks & Disk Templates 17 Switching from Bus Logic to LSI Logic Controller 19 Physical Disk Management 28 Spanning VMFS Partitions 28 Mount an Existing File System/Partition from the ESX Server 28 Unattended Installation of ESX . 30 Create an Unattended Installation (Network) 30 Clone ESX Server with Symantec Ghost 41 Changing the Service Consoles IP/SM . 42 Changing the Service Consoles Default Gateway . 43 Changing Service Consoles Hostname . 43 Changing Service Consoles DNS . 44 Updating Hosts File . 44 Note :

Simple Log Watcher [Tuto] Asterisk: Installer et configurer Asterisk sous Debian 6 et Ubuntu » Denis Rosenkranz inShare Dans ce tutoriel nous allons mettre en place un serveur de VOIP Asterisk sur un serveur linux Debian ou Ubuntu et passer un premier appel entre deux utilisateurs. Ceci n’est pas Asterisk Asterisk est un projet démarré en 1999 par Mark Spencer. Son objectif était alors de fournir à Linux un commutateur téléphonique complet et totalement libre. Aujourd’hui Asterisk est un PABX (Private Automatic Branch eXchange) d’une rare puissance et souplesse, capable de gérer la téléphonie analogique, mais surtout, et c’est ce qui nous intéresse, la voix sur IP. La VoIP sur Asterisk passe entre autre par la prise en charge d’un protocole standard, ouvert et très largement utilisé, le SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). D’un point de vue fonctionnalité, Asterisk permet tout ce que l’on peut attendre d’un PABX moderne: La gestion des postes téléphonique sur IP locaux. Boîtes voales, transfert d’appel, mise en attente etc… Préparation à l’installation Installation Menu du make menuslect Attention !

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