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How to deal with “RSA server certificate is a CA certificate (BasicConstraints: CA == TRUE !?)” problem

If you see [warn] RSA server certificate is a CA certificate (BasicConstraints: CA == TRUE !?) in you apache error.log file means you have created a cert that is intended to be used to sign other certs, but you’re using that cert as your SSL cert. So, it depends how you create the SSL cert. … Continue reading How to deal with “RSA server certificate is a CA certificate (BasicConstraints: CA == TRUE !?)” problem

How to install nagios3 from source on debian squeeze

1. First we will need to install the prereq’s by running: 2. Adding the Nagios user: 3. Download Nagios and Nagios plugins: 4. Untar the archives: 5. Compile Nagios 6. Compile Nagios plugins: 7. Add nagiosadmin user to the apache2 8. Restart apache2 webserver 9. Add www-data user to nagcmd group 10. Install nrpe server … Continue reading How to install nagios3 from source on debian squeeze

How to install mercurial on debian squeeze

This document describes how to install and configure mercurial on linux debian squeeze. With minor changes you can use this procedure on different linux distributions. 1. Install required packages 2. Create repositories directories mkdir -pv /repositories chown -R www-data:www-data /repositories cd /repositories 3. Configure hgweb.cgi script in order to server the repositories via Apache 4. … Continue reading How to install mercurial on debian squeeze