Lineshell goes open source on github

Background 4 months ago I've launched Lineshell.io, a website dedicated to sysadmins and devops to manage servers and execute shell scripts on them, directly through your browser. I received some really good comments, but also some feedbacks about people who were not confident enough to allow connection to their servers from a tier website. I perfectly understand it, and I'm happy to tell you that it's now fixed. Open source on Github The tool is now completly open-source and available on Github at https://github.com/TehesFR/Lineshell Docker easy install As mentioned on the Github page, you can use the docker container, packed with everything you need by running : docker run -it -d --name lineshell -p 8080:8080 -e MONGODB_USERNAME=lineshell_user -e MONGODB_PASSWORD=lineshell_pass -e MONGODB_DBNAME=admin tehes/lineshell-docker Hope you will enjoy ...

Lineshell.io : Stop wasting time by managing servers the old way

Hi guys, Today is a big day, and you will understand why I was so quiet during the last months! I've just released my new website I've been working on, https://www.lineshell.io which is basically a powerful SSH web platform for sysadmins and devops. Yes, I care about you guys ;) I will not describe everything here, I let you check the home page, and you will quickly understand how many time you can save using this tool in your daily job, if you manage a lot of servers. As always, I will answer every question in the comments, so don't hesitate to ask anything about the tool and I will be pleased to answer. I really hope to see you there! Cheers ! ...

The GHOST Vulnerability (and yes, this blog is still alive :))

After Heartbleed and Poodle in 2014, it's now time for the first major security vulnerability in Linux systems in 2015 : GHOST The GHOST vulnerability is a serious weakness in the Linux glibc library which allows attackers to remotely take complete control of the victim system without having any prior knowledge of system credentials. CVE-2015-0235 has been assigned to this issue. You can read more about this issue here : https://community.qualys.com/blogs/laws-of-vulnerabilities/2015/01/27/the-ghost-vulnerability You can list all packages/applications depends upon vulnerable Glibc, by running the following command on your server : lsof | grep libc | awk '{print $1}' | sort | uniq As you can see, a lot of packages are using Glibc library on Linux. If you want to check your glibc version, you can run : ldd --version Now, to patch your Ubuntu/Debian server, ...

Install Apache SOLR 4.9.0 in one command using Docker

Hey! Just a quick post to mention my new container for Apache SOLR 4.9.0. Use: docker run -d -p 127.0.0.1:2222:22 -p IP_ADDRESS:8080:8080 -t -i tehes/solr-4.9.0 This will pull the solr-4.9.0 image from my public repository, build and run the containers. Just replace IP_ADDRESS with your server's external ip address for example. The port 2222 of the host will be redirected to the port 22 of the container. The port 8080 of the host will be redirected to the port 8080 of the container. Access your container: http://IP_ADDRESS:8080 http://IP_ADDRESS:8080/solr ssh [email protected] -p 2222 (password = password // SSH only allowed from the host) Docker repository : https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/tehes/solr-4.9.0/ ...

Install Apache SOLR 4.7.2 in one command using Docker

Using Docker, you can build containers based on an image you previously developed (or based on someone else image). I will not go through the process of creating a new image, the Docker documentation is here for that, but I will show you how you can use one of my images to deploy a SOLR 4.7.2 instance in one command ! Use: On your server/computer, just run: (see previous post to install Docker on Debian 7) docker run -d -p 127.0.0.1:2222:22 -p IP_ADDRESS:8080:8080 -t -i tehes/solr-4.7.2 This will pull the solr-4.7.2 image from my public repository, build and run the containers. Just replace IP_ADDRESS with your server's external ip address for example. The port 2222 of the host will be redirected to the port ...

Install Apache SOLR 3.6 in one command using Docker

Docker is the new awesome devops solution, to easily build and deploy applications. If you don't know yet how it can help you, this post will show you how powerful it is ! Using Docker, you can build containers based on an image you previously developed (or based on someone else image). I will not go through the process of creating a new image, the Docker documentation is here for that, but I will show you how you can use one of my images to deploy a SOLR 3.6 instance in one command ! Use: On your server/computer, just run: (see previous post to install Docker on Debian 7) docker run -d -p 127.0.0.1:2222:22 -p IP_ADDRESS:8080:8080 -t -i tehes/solr-3.6 This will pull the solr-3.6 image from my public repository, ...