Posts Tagged ‘debian’

Gezocht: Gemotiveerde Linux Systeembeheerder

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Heb jij ervaring met Linux (Debian) en ben je op zoek naar een nieuwe uitdaging binnen een open maar professionele werkomgeving? Dan is Kumina misschien wel dé plek voor jou. We zijn een groeiend bedrijf en momenteel op zoek naar een Debian Linux Systeembeheerder die ons team wil komen versterken.

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Debian and Trac: How to solve the ‘No module named svn’ Trac error.

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

How to solve the ‘No module named svn’ Trac error.

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Checking for rogue Apache modules

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

An Icinga check to detect rogue Apache modules.

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Preseeding a Debian Squeeze install putting all volumes in LVM

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

In our quest to automate even more, we have further automated our installations. We use Debian and don’t want to answer any (except for IP and hostname) question in the debian installer by hand. We’ve already pre-seeded the installer with a lot of answers, but the partitioning was always hard. Before, we formatted the first […]

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Another job opening

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

There’s another job opening at Kumina!

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Publishing EC2 scripts on GitHub

Friday, April 29th, 2011

We’re glad to announce that we’ve published our set of EC2 scripts on GitHub! The repository contains current versions of the code described in our previous two blog posts on EC2.

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Kumina into the cloud; creating Amazon EC2 images

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

In order to make use of Amazon EC2 to its full potential, it is important that we can quickly spawn Debian installations that are automatically configured using Puppet. We accomplish this by creating our own Kumina-branded Amazon Machine Image (AMI).

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Our fix for Squeeze-backports “Expired Release file”

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Quick fix for the squeeze-backport expired Release file, if you use your own apt proxy.

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