Just a note to myself, maybe you will find this usefull as well. In order to compile freedts-1.00 you need to have the GCC, unixODBC and unixODBC-devel packages installed. Next download and un-tar the freedts package. wget ftp://ftp.freetds.org/pub/freetds/stable/freetds-1.00.tar.gz for some reason the ‘ODBC_INC’ variable isnt set properly in the configure script. This will lead to […]Read More Compile freedts 1.00 on EL6
For version 1.9.2 review: https://sysengineers.wordpress.com/2017/06/27/glpi-9-1-2-fix-inline-images-kb/ GLPI released their new version 0.90.3. With new each release two questions seem to be very persistent. These questions are: How can we change the default notification prefix: [GLPI ] in the email subject. How do we enable images in the KB articles. In this article you will be […]Read More Howto: change the notification subject and allow KB images in GLPI version 0.90.3
Yesterday someone remarked: With Apache you cant implement multiple SSL certificates behind one and the same IP address. This remark is actually not quite correct. A good opportunity to explain the basics behind SSL and explain why SSL implementations on servers with multiple sites can be challenging. Understanding SSL. SSL is an acronym for ‘Secure […]Read More Apache and SSL
If you are using the great GLPI tool, you will notice that the market value of the data inside will increase rapidly. This usually also implicates that it is ‘wise’ to back this data up. There are many ways to do so using nice plugins, even nicer gui`s and apps. I (headstrong that I am), […]Read More Backup script for GLPI (http://www.glpi-project.org)
Hi there admins, Today I spend an hour figuring out why the “Order” directive in apache 2.2.19 resulted in errors. Knowing that “Order” was previously provided by “mod_access.so” i started my quest in figuring out why that module was missing. What did i find? Mod_access was renamed or recompiled to “mod_authz_host.so”. as described here… http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_authz_host.html […]Read More mod_access.so missing in apache 2.2.19? Check This!