Andrea described there is an easy way to force iptables to log into its own logfile. I’d like to sum it up in this post.
you need to change all your log-prefixes to have a unique keyword, e.g.
netfilter as I do in the following example.
iptables -A INPUT -j LOG --log-prefix "netfilter in: "
afterwards just add some
filter conditions for rsyslogd. place a file called 10-iptables.conf into /etc/rsyslog.d/ with the following content.
:msg, contains, "netfilter" /var/log/iptables.log
:msg, contains, "netfilter" ~
both lines match on every log message containing
netfilter, but first line writes it to /var/log/iptables.log and second line drops it to avoid further processing.
a good idea will be to enable logrotating that you’ll not got fucked up by a full /var-filesystem. just copy paste rsyslogs logrotating config. place a file called
iptables into /etc/logrotate.d/ with the following content.
invoke-rc.d rsyslog rotate > /dev/null
due to one of my “customers” needs the WordPress Theme Twenty Eleven with Sidebar enabled I found the following solution, which is mainly based on the articel of Chris Aprea.
the recommended method of making changes to a WordPress Theme is by
creating a child theme.
if your OpenVPN is already connecting two or more IPv4 LANs its very easy to add IPv6.
just have a look on
IPv6 Payload Patch for OpenVPN 2.1 and 2.2 for the new options.
get your own
ULA at sixxs.net for the internal IPs of the OpenVPN server and client.
just some quick and dirty notes for myself on setting up SSL, TLS, HTTPS, … with
get a cert as described in heise articel
SSL für lau (english version: SSL for free).
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due to OpenLDAP went for on-line configuration (OLC) its not that easy to enable Monitoring.
Monitoring in this context here means to at least be able to run a
Munin plugin to get nice graphs for OpenLDAP as I do here.
just a quick and dirty guide how to setup LDAP and Authentication via LDAP on Debian Wheezy boxes.
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angeregt durch einen
programmhinweis auf das nächste “ORF-Bürgerforum” hab ich mich mit meiner mobilität und den daraus entstehenden kosten auseinandergesetzt und bereits in einem kommentar zu einem meiner artikel auf Google+ wiedergegeben.
Seems that I’m one of these lucky guys already received their Raspberry Pi. I ordered it from RS on the 5th and got it on the 10th of May. Posted my unboxing on Google+.
But which distribution should I install? There are many on the
downloads page. First choice was the Debian image, because I’m a Debian fanboy! Impressive, but its not Wheezy.
am 11. 12. 2011 war das erste mal die westbahn unterwegs. ich war natürlich dabei.