Firewall under FreeBSD

How do I enable firewall ipfw under FreeBSD?

Add the following lines into the /etc/rc.conf file:

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Posted on April 5, 2011

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Posted on December 14, 2010

Installing 3proxy supporting http(s) and socks5-proxy

Since Squid is a resource intensive and difficult to configure program,  your clients may want to install a proxy-server on their server. You can offer them an easy-to-use server that supports http and socks.
It is strongly prohibited to install an unauthorized server, because it can be used for fraudulent actions, such as spamming.
Follow the procedures below to install and configure the server.

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Posted on November 29, 2010

Installing PHP 5.2 on Ubuntu 10.04/10.10

The repositories on Ubuntu 10.04 and later only include PHP 5.3. If you want to use PHP 5.2. you can install the repository (PPA txwikinger/php5.2) with a required PHP version.

Below are four steps you need to go through in order to change your PHP version. If PHP is not installed yet, you need to connect the repository beforehand and install php5 in a usual way. PHP 5.2.10 will be installed.

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Posted on October 22, 2010

Configuring FreeBSD for VPS

The article below goes through the steps that you need to follow to configure FreeBSD for running a virtual private server.
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Posted on October 6, 2010

Installing the vsftpd FTP-server

This article goes through the steps you need to follow when installing a fast and secure vsftpd ftp-server that supports anonymous users for FreeBSD

About vsftpd

vsftpd (stands for a Very Secure FTP Daemon) is a FTP server that supports IPv6 and SSL. It is a default ftp-server in a number of GNU/Linux-based systems and their official repositories, such as, (as of 2004). This is one of the fastest and most secure servers.

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Posted on September 29, 2010

Installing and customizing the SA-MP (San Andreas Multiplayer) server


San Andreas Multiplayer (abbreviated to SA:MP) is a third party multiplayer modification for the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas computer game. San Andreas Multiplayer is developed by a team of dedicated fans of the Grand Theft Auto series of video games, who work on their own spare time developing SA:MP as a hobby.
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Posted on July 7, 2010

FreeBSD 6 vs FreeBSD 8


FreeBSD 8 was launched in November 2009. The new version was greatly modified, many bugs were fixed. This version has much more advantages in comparison with old ones.

This is an advanced solution for both FreeBSD users and developers. FreeBSD 8 provides you with a wide range of useful tools for hosting server management.

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Posted on April 16, 2010

Protection server SSH Dictionary Attacks

If you are running a Linux VPS, you’ll notice that bots will try to gain illegitimate access to your server through ssh. While this unsettles a lot of people, there’s really nothing to worry about as long as you don’t permit root logins (Many Linux distributions allow direct root login via ssh by default) and have a strong password policy. Read More »

Posted on April 6, 2010

Installing OpenVPN server on CentOS Linux (part3)

Server configurations for Debian and CentOS Linux are almost identical, except for the beginning of the installation process.

Since the package is not included into the CentOS repository, you will need to enable RPMforge ( to install OpenVPN.

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Posted on March 23, 2010