Die SIP-Server der Telekom können bei kollidierenden Codec-Präferenzen zwischen der Telekom und dem Carrier der Zielrufnummer den Verbindungsaufbau mit einer nichtssagenden 500er Fehlermeldung quittieren.
The article gives hints on how to properly re-adjust the Debian configuration, if both Plesk (with BIND/Named) and PowerDNS are installed. It addresses the error message “Failed at step ADDRESS_FAMILIES spawning”.
Reaching the Safe Mode for a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (GT-P5100) running on Android 4.0.4 can be a tricky thing. The post explains how to achieve this.
Running an OpenVAS test on a fail2ban-enabled target system may result in inpredictable and unreliable reports.
Due to a bug in the debian package of OpenVAS 6, the files in /usr/share/openvas/cert/ are missing (“no such file”). It is being explained how to fix it.
Using certificates with nsCertType=server for OpenVPN clients will result in the error message “Unsupported Certificate Purpose”.
A summary of the hardware details available in the Bubba 3 NAS system by Excito.
The NETKEY stack (showing an internal error in process mv_crypto) with the current kernel version 2.6.38 appears to be broken for the ARMEL architecture (like the Excito Bubba3) such that larger IP packages encapsulated with IPSEC lead to a kernel Oops. The post describes how to switch to the KLIPS stack where this problem does not appear.
Available at http://www.bluehelp.de/tutorial/svn-debian-plesk.html there is a good (German) description on how to set up a Subversion repository on a Debian system if also Parallels Plesk Panel is installed. However, there is one thing that needs improvement there: When generating the HTTP password file it is being generated with unix rights which can pose a security thread to your system. This post describes how to fix that.
The answers of the Linux kernel sometimes can also be quite funny.