Export Display in Unix

Export display is quite important for people that work in data center since it is impossible to put every server with a monitor, well actually you can do it with KVM switch, but then you still have to walk to get them. With this way you don’t have to do it, the requirement is only good network connection and strong computer to handle all the GUI 😀

In the case where your server doesn’t have any VGA card, so it’s impossible for you to plug in your monitor and all you can do is to connect by terminal server using COM port, you can try to export your Server’s Desktop into your desktop using export DISPLAY. This also will be useful if you employ a tight security option in your server, for example all of the port in your server is closed but port 22 or 23, then to make a remote desktop connection you can try this option.

Remote Desktop

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Happy 1000 Hits ^^ & Man Yoo’s Victories

Horeyyy my blog reached its 1000 hits today ^^ Today really is a good day 😀 beside this event, I am also happy because my favorite football club, Manchester United FC, is now becoming King of Europe by winning Champions League

King of Europe

and a few week before they “confirmed” their trophy in England and becoming King of England by winning English Premier League

King of England

Huehuehuhue…for the other teams, don’t be jealous with us, see ya in the next season 😀

LDAP Server (OpenLDAP) in OpenSuse 10.2

You might wonder what is LDAP, well in my opinion LDAP is a program that can manage all the user in our environment. One of the example is Windows Active Directory, with this you can make centralized login for all of your user, you also can manage how to define the rules for your user (like password policy). Too bad that you have to pay a lot of money to get this software, so the alterantive is by using OpenLDAP. Both Windows AD and OpenLDAP are a good LDAP server, but to configure LDAP is quite painful, you have to do it in konsole, but in OpenSuse 10.2 you can configure it with yast. Continue reading