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  • HostSlayer LLC – DDoS Protected Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting & VPS – USA, par Matt Zelasko, 29 mai 2017

    lundi 29 mai 2017 :: Low End Box :: RSS

    Hello! Victor from HostSlayer just sent over an offer and we’re pleased to feature these guys for the first time. They’ve been around for a year or so, and while this is their first time being featured on LowEndBox, they seem pretty active on LowEndTalk, with pretty good reviews.
    They’re a registered company in Nevada (NV20171116933) and their WHOIS is public. They accept PayPal, Payza, Skrill, 2Checkout, Bitcoin, PerfectMoney, WebMoney, and Credit Cards as methods of payment. You can find their ToS/Legal Documents here.
    Along with the offers, you can use the code FreeStarterLEB to get a month of free web hosting.
    In their own words: 
    “We have been in business since 2016 and have registered our company as an LLC on February 2017 under the state of Nevada as HostSlayer LLC. The company is managed and operated by the company HydraBurx Corporation.
    Here at HostSlayer, we know that running a website smoothly and efficiently is important to our customers. Regardless of the type of website you own, we can help you with high quality hosting. It doesn’t matter whether you’re running an entire business or you just have a website to blog your adventures. We have Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated Servers, so you can choose the perfect option depending on the size of your site. You’ll have a difficult time finding a better deal anywhere on the web!
    Apart from great prices, we guarantee 100% uptime for your website and we offer 24/7 technical support. Work on your website at 3am or 3pm and we’ll be on hand to help if you get stuck. And don’t worry if you need to upgrade later on – we’ve got that covered too!”
    Here’s the offers: 
    LOWEND OPENVZ 1
    • 3 GB RAM
    • 1 vCPU
    • 50 GB Disk
    • 100Mbps Unmetered
    • 1Gbps uplink
    • 1 IPv4 50Gbps DDoS Protection
    • OpenVZ + SolusVM
    • $3.00/month
    • [Order Now]
    LOWEND OPENVZ 2
    • 6 GB RAM
    • 2 vCPU
    • 100 GB HDD space
    • 100Mbps Unmetered
    • 1Gbps uplink
    • 1 IPv4 50Gbps DDoS Protection
    • OpenVZ + SolusVM
    • $6.00/month
    • [Order Now]
    LOWEND OPENVZ 3
    • 9 GB RAM
    • 4 vCPU
    • 200 GB HDD space
    • 100Mbps Unmetered
    • 1Gbps uplink
    • 1 IPv4 50Gbps DDoS Protection
    • OpenVZ + SolusVM
    • $9.00/month
    • [Order Now]

    Network Info:
    Datacenter Name – Choopa
    Piscataway, New Jersey, US
    Test IPv4: 192.152.0.166
    Test IPv6: None
    Test file: http://lg.hostslayer.com/ LOOKING GLASS
    Host node specifications:
    – 2x Intel Xeon E5-1650v3
    – 128GB RAM
    – 2x 3TB HDDs
    – RAID1
    – 1Gbps
    Lire la suite Matt Zelasko
  • How to upload ssh public key to as authorized_key using Ansible, par Vivek Gite, 29 mai 2017

    lundi 29 mai 2017 :: nixCraft Linux Sys Admin Blog :: RSS
    How do I use Ansible to upload ssh public key to as authorized_key to multiple Linux or Unix servers saved in an inventory file?
    Lire la suite Vivek Gite
  • How to count total number of word occurrences using grep on Linux or Unix, par Vivek Gite, 29 mai 2017

    lundi 29 mai 2017 :: nixCraft Linux Sys Admin Blog :: RSS
    I want to find out how many times a word (say foo or an IP address) occurs in a text file using the grep command on Linux or Unix-like system?
    Lire la suite Vivek Gite
  • How To Install Nginx web server on Alpine Linux, par Vivek Gite, 29 mai 2017

    lundi 29 mai 2017 :: nixCraft Linux Sys Admin Blog :: RSS
    I am a new user of Alpine Linux. How do I install nginx web server on Alpine Linux?
    Lire la suite Vivek Gite
  • Lead System and Network Administrator (H/F) en CDI à Paris 55000-59000, 29 mai 2017

    lundi 29 mai 2017 :: Remixjobs : emplois linux :: RSS
    Société : CALLR     Lieu : Paris     Type : CDI     Rémunération : 55000-59000     Posté le : 29 mai 2017
    Stable, scalable and state-of-the-art; this is our aim for CALLR’s platform, and we’re looking for the right person to take it to the next level.


    Start-up, telecom operator, and cutting-edge, enterprise-class platform; CALLR brings voice and SMS technology to businesses.


    We’re looking for a highly skilled System and Network Engineer with 7-10 years’ experience, to take the lead on all infrastructure subjects. You will be responsible for ensuring the stability and reliability of our platform, contributing to continuous improvement of our technical stack and providing and sharing best practices with the CALLR team.


    Why join us?


    CALLR is offering the opportunity to work independently on an existing, stable platform with the latest in modern technology. Report directly to our CTO, work on a challenging network project and help build the future CALLR Ops team. 


    A few figures : 
    • Presence in several datacentres (IDF + soon-to-be international)  
    • Tens of physical servers  
    • Hundreds of virtual machines (ESXi)  
    • Network equipment: switching/routing/firewalling Cisco, Juniper and Fortigate 
    • We have our own AS (201408) and BGP interconnections 
    • Tens of SIP interconnections (operators, clients)



    The job : 
    • Take the lead on all architecture + operational subjects
    • Improve our multi-datacentre, multi-region architecture
    • Increase performance, availability and scalability
    • Improve our monitoring capabilities across all components (hardware, hypervisor, end-to-end)
    • Work with our talented developers to maintain and improve CALLR’s platform
    • Intervene on-call
    • Hire and manage a sysadmin


    Lire la suite
  • How to disable ssh motd welcome message on Ubuntu Linux, par Vivek Gite, 29 mai 2017

    lundi 29 mai 2017 :: nixCraft Linux Sys Admin Blog :: RSS
    I want to disable the message of the day (motd) welcome message after I login over ssh on Ubuntu Linux. How do I disable motd on Ubuntu Linux 17.04?
    Lire la suite Vivek Gite
  • diaspora* version 0.6.6.0 released!, par Diaspora* Foundation, 29 mai 2017

    lundi 29 mai 2017 :: Join Diaspora Blog :: RSS
    As scheduled, a new minor release is now released. Over the past six weeks, we have managed to collect 23 commits made by 6 contributors for this minor release.
    A huge thanks to all the contributors from diaspora*'s amazing community! If you want to help make diaspora* even better, please check out our getting started guide. Please see the changelog for a complete list of changes made in this release.

    Notable Changes

    • Use guid instead of id at permalink and in SPV
    • Add NodeInfo 2.0

    Updating


    Update instructions are available as usual in the wiki. For those of you who have been testing the release candidate, run git checkout master before the update to get back to the stable release branch. Lire la suite Diaspora* Foundation