If you are going to use MyDNS on a VPS you must remove Bind first. It is preinstalled on most VPS images.
Install Dirvish, rsync and ssh on the backup server:
apt-get install dirvish ssh
/etc/dirvish/master.conf should look something like this:
bank: /data/backup Runall: expire-default: +15 days expire-rule: #MIN HR DOM MON DOW STRFTIME_FMT * * * * 1 +3 months * * 1-7 * 1 +1 year * * 1-7 1,4,7,10 1 * 10-20 * * * +4 days
Create a dirctory where all backup’s will be stored: Continue reading Backup Server with Ubuntu and Dirvish
Recently on our VPS servers there has been no admin group on a default Ubuntu install. Here is the solution.
Add an admin group to the Ubuntu install.
[cc lang=’bash’ ]addgroup admin[/cc]
Now you will need to add any users you want to have root privileges to the admin group.
[cc lang=’bash’ ]adduser cbrown admin[/cc]
Now go to the edit the sudoers file to include the admin group.
[cc lang=’bash’ ]nano /etc/sudoers[/cc]
and insert the following at the bottom of the file.
[cc lang=’bash’ ]# Members of the admin group may gain root privileges[/cc]
[cc lang=’bash’ ]%admin ALL=(ALL) ALL[/cc]
After fighting getting this setup on Tuesday and Wednesday I ended up succeeding and didn’t take any notes. So of course here I am this morning having the exact same problem and trying to go off memory.
Now lets review what has been done so far. I have had a VPS server imaged with Ubuntu 9.04 32-bit and the installed ISPConfig 3 from this tutorial. http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-server-ubuntu-9.04-ispconfig-3-p3 (Start at page 3 if you have had your image installed.)
First after you have finished the ISPConfig tutorial go into the /etc/pure-ftpd/db folder and copy the file mysql.conf to a safe directory. I used /root.
This is important because the ISPConfig setup has already configured the file with your database username, password, table to be used, and etc. So it is easier to copy the file and use it after we have reinstalled PureFTP. Continue reading Setup PureFtp on VPS