Nginx: SPDY SSL Installation and Configuration On a Debian / Ubuntu Linux

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Google Chrome/Chromium, Firefox and Opera browser support SPDY networking protocol. It enables faster browsing on supported sites. SPDY is similar to HTTP, with particular goals to reduce web page load latency and improve web security. SPDY achieves reduced latency through compression, multiplexing, and prioritization. How do I enable nginx SPDY support running on Debian or Ubuntu Linux server?

Debian Linux: Upgrade v6.0.x Squeeze to v7.0.0 Wheezy

Posted on in Categories , last updated May 9, 2013

Recently Debian Linux version 7.0 (“Wheezy”) released. This version shipped with many new features – improvements to multimedia support, improved security through hardening flags and the OpenStack suite and the Xen Cloud Platform to name a few. How do I upgrades from Debian Linux version 6.x.x (squeeze) to the latest version 7.0.0 wheezy using command line options? How do I upgrade my Debian 6.x server to 7.x over the ssh session?

Linux WARNING: Duplicate VG name server1 LVM2 Error and Solution

Posted on in Categories , , last updated May 5, 2013

I recently added SSD to my home server and reloaded the operating system. However, when I try to access my dm-crypt based old disk, I am getting the following error:

Reading all physical volumes. This may take a while...
WARNING: Duplicate VG name server01: Existing bc7YA8-eEXt-1aA1-OHTr-zJkA-ucd0-DsbRTc (created here) takes precedence over RIKiar-w3MG-Gzh5-VFWq-bkRT-9IFc-ia8k87
WARNING: Duplicate VG name server01: Existing bc7YA8-eEXt-1aA1-OHTr-zJkA-ucd0-DsbRTc (created here) takes precedence over RIKiar-w3MG-Gzh5-VFWq-bkRT-9IFc-ia8k87
Found volume group "server01" using metadata type lvm2
Found volume group "server01" using metadata type lvm2

The problem is my volume group. I set to to server01 on both old and new hard disk. How can I rename old LVM2? How do I access my old hard disk?

Debian / Ubuntu: Set Port Knocking With Knockd and Iptables

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My iptables based firewall allows only port TCP 80 and 443. I also need tcp port # 22, but I do not have static IP at my home. How do I open and close TCP port #22 on demand under Debian or Ubuntu Linux based server systems? How do I install a port-knock server called knockd and configure it with iptables to open tcp port #22 or any other ports?