Showing posts from June, 2010

Install Wowza Media Streaming Server In Debian Lenny

Login to your Debian Lenny box Edit your sources.list file to install java #vi /etc/apt/sources.list Add non-free to the end of the line deb lenny main i.e. the line should look like deb lenny main non-free Install Java #apt-get update && apt-get install sun-java6-jre Download Wowza Media Server using wget #wget -c Add execute permission #chmod +x WowzaMediaServer-2.1.1.deb.bin Run the installer #./WowzaMediaServer-2.1.1.deb.bin (Press Space to read next page of the agreement) (Type Yes at the end of the agreement) (The setup will be finished) Now go to your installed location and run #cd /usr/local/WowzaMediaServer/bin/ && ./ paste your license key Press CTRL+C to stop the server if it is still running and you can't get a prompt. Now copy your flv video video.flv

Install Centova Cast On Debian Lenny With Plesk

I assume you have a Debian Lenny system. Login to the server and change to root by typing $su (only if you didn't login as root) Install this package which helps in compiling #aptitude install build-essential Download buildices, this will automatically install ices in our server #cd /root && wget #tar xfzv buildices-1.0.0.tar.gz Go inside the folder #cd buildices-1.0.0 Go inside the folder #cd buildices-1.0.0 #chmod +x ./ Run buildices #./ --proceed Edit your virtual host configuration file # vi /var/www/vhosts/your_web_site/conf/vhost.conf add the following to the file Run buildices #./ --proceed Edit your virtual host configuration file # vi /var/www/vhosts/your_web_site/conf/vhost.conf add the following to the file Edit your virtual host configuration file # vi /var/www/vhosts/your_web_site/conf/vhost.conf add the following to the file php_ad

Installing Parallels Plesk Panel On Debian Lenny

I asume that you have a clean Debian system with only ssh server installed. Login to your server If you have not logged in as root, change to root: #su Download Plesk autoinstaller: #wget Set execute permission on the file you downloaded: #chmod +x parallels_installer_v3.6.0_build100407.15_os_Debian_5.0_x86_64 Run the Plesk installer: #./parallels_installer_v3.6.0_build100407.15_os_Debian_5.0_x86_64 Read the messange and press 'n' and 'Enter' to move forward Choose official Paralels Plesk Panel Update Server as source (This is the default selection) Similarly continue with the default and recommended selection. After installation completes you will be dropped back to your shell. Now use the web interface to do one time configuration. Open browser on your computer(Not your Debian server) Open https://server-ip-add

Reinstall GRUB2 after installing Windows

If you install Windows after installing Linux, windows will erase Linux's GRUB. You have to re-install GRUB which will allow you to boot both Windows and Linux. Reinstalling GRUB legacy was very easy but now with GRUB2 you have to do little more. Follow the steps below, you need to know where your '/' (root) partition is.  Boot your computer from Ubuntu Live CD. Choose 'Try Live CD' Once the desktop loads, Open Terminal from Applications menu -> Accessories Type: sudo  fdisk -l From here you can figure out your root partition. Now if your root partition is /dev/sda1 follow the following commands below: sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc Now chroot to /mnt: sudo chroot /mnt Now install grub: grub-install /dev/sda Now update the grub: update-grub2 && update-grub Now you will see the GRUB and can boot between Linux and Windows. If you don't see the Win