jfreechart.jar file not supportingview story

http://serverfault.com – I have some code where I am making bar graph with the help of jfreechart.jar file its working ok in my local system but its not working in my server showing this error- warning: [options] bootstrap class path not set in conjunction with -source 1.6 C:\report\CreateBarChart.java:13: error: package com.sun.image.codec.jpeg does not exist import com.sun.image.codec.jpeg.JPEGCodec; C:\report\CreateBa (HowTos)

Remote Utilities 5.1-Remote desktop application for Windowsview story

http://gamblis.com – Remote Utilities is a powerful software to connect to other computer remotely. Remote Utilities (RUT) needs a combination between RUT Server and client. So, you will need to have both server and client in order to start the remote connection. You can connect to other computer on LAN or even WAN. When the connection is [...] (HowTos)

How to configure firewall for home PCview story

http://askubuntu.com – Firstly, for a home PC, behind a router isit important to install/configure a firewall? If so, how do I do it? I have lamp-server installed as I'm a web developer. I may want my other PC's on LAN to access my files or web pages, ssh in (maybe in the future), but not from outside. How can I configure this? (HowTos)

Environment variable not being picked up by app when started with Upstart (Ubuntu)view story

http://serverfault.com – How does one go about getting a new environment variable picked up system-wide without restarting the server? As its an Ubuntu 11.x server, I'm using Upstart to start/restart processes. I added a new environment variable to /etc/environment that needs to be picked up by one of my app's processes. If I start the process directly from my shell, the variable is being picked up and all is fine (I'v (HowTos)

Change mistyped domain nameview story

http://serverfault.com – I've inherited the job of maintaining a linux web server (dedicated box) that runs CentOS 5.7 & Apache/2.0.63. the site's domain name was mistyped on setup and now that's strewn across the whole filesystem. I've tried editing named.conf and httpd.conf + .conf includes and restarting named, httpd and cpanel. that didn't work as cpanel still lists the domain with the typo in it. (HowTos)

How do I create a new linode and move my current websites and data to it?view story

http://serverfault.com – I am a relative newby to managing my own server. I set up a Linode a while ago, installed Ubuntu 9.1 (Karmic) followed by Apache, MySQL, my websites, some mods etc. What I didn't realise was that, not only could I upgrade my version of Ubuntu, but that I should. (HowTos)

SSH Tunnelling: How can I stop users being able to access services bound to localhost via port forwarding?view story

http://serverfault.com – I want to be able to offer ssh accounts on my linux server for people to be able to use for SSH tunnelling. All accounts will be locked down with no interactive shell, for tunnelling / port forwarding purposes only. (HowTos)

git push over smart HTTP fails with 403view story

http://serverfault.com – This has been driving me nuts. I'm running git 1.7.8.rc4 with Apache/2.2.14 on Lucid Ubuntu, and set up LDAP authentication. (HowTos)

Postfix has high load with smtp connectionsview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a client who has been allocated 20 ip's specifically for mailing newsletters, alerts, etc. Typically, the amount of mail sent per day to users is around 1 million although it can peak at around 2 million, and not spread out evenly. I assured the client 20 ip's on 1 system would suffice since I knew postfix could run multiple instances. (HowTos)

Why data sending is heavier for CPU than data receiving?view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a Samba server configured in my PC. When other PCs in LAN download data from the server, top command shows smbd occupies 75% CPU. While they transfer data to the server, top command shows smbd occupies 30% CPU. I guess this is because for data receiving, the server does not need to compute the header or the checksum. Are there any more precise explanation to this? Another question is (HowTos)