Generate, check, debug and convert with OpenSSL

General OpenSSL Commands

These commands allow you to generate CSRs, Certificates, Private Keys, convert the sh*t out of a certificate and do other miscellaneous tasks.
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WordPress Moodle integration

A.K.A. WordPress and moodle SSO (Single Sign On).

There are these two very good open source content management and e-learning products:

WordPress

Moodle

I find this a very interesting argument, for this reason i started writing a guide about how to make users authenticate on both systems with a single sign on.

My post is about getting things running smoothly after wordpress updates.

That could be tricky because any updat on wordpress side or on moodle side will overwrite all modification made in order to make the SSO working.

You can take a look at my post about Moodle and WordPress integration.

Let me know if this works for you and what can goes wrong so I can update information there.

Giuseppe

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Installing and configuring Bareos (Bacula fork) with web front-end on Debian Wheezy.

And taking nice backups easy to be restored.

The story is quiet simple: some times ago I would have liked to have a kind of 8 months old backup for a friend of mine, but it was too late. So now, I want backups with a decent retention. So I can go “back in time” and recover files. Another choice could have been Subversion, but I’m going to backup images as well so, for this reason I’ll not take Subversion into consideration.
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How to install VBox Guest Additions to a Debian Vm

Screenshot-VirtualBox - AboutHere is how i installed Virtual Box guest additions to my Debian Virtual Machine. This is in a bigger project so i can produce my own Vagrant boxes with any operating system i want. Also this is a good practice when a new Virtual Machine is installed.

First of all start you Vm from the Virtualbox GUI.

Once the Vm has sarted, click on the menu “devices” present on the running Vm window, and select “Install Guest Additions…”. Continue reading “How to install VBox Guest Additions to a Debian Vm”

Exploring Open Source CMS: Hippo

Hippo-cms-logoI’m going to test out some relevant Content Management System from the Open Source planet. This time i will try to install and configure Hippo Cms. Since I already tried almost all famous CMS written in php, this time we will take a look to this one, written in Java.

About Java: first time i came to speak about Java, a tremendous miskate was made. In fact while my interlocutor was speaking about Java as a Server-sided tech, i was speaking about the client part, the one i don’t like at all, and actually all considered, is slow, subject of contiuous updates, quiet bothering i mean. And my recentest memory about this is the callcenter dudes who had to manage oracle forms through a java web GUI: a nightmare!.

Anyway, as we all know, “the good is oft(en) interred with their bones“… so let it be with java for clients and let’s start seeing what do I need in order to start serving jsp from my machine. Continue reading “Exploring Open Source CMS: Hippo”