Installing and setting up a chrooted slave DNS server using NAMED (BIND) in an ArchLinux system. That's what this artcile is all about . You need to have set-up a master DNS server before setting up a slave DNS server.
Installing and setting up OpenVPN in ArchLinux is covered in the article below. As always, make sure you also consult the official OpenVPN WiKi page as well. The same OpenVPN set-up in Gentoo system has been covered here and if using Debian Wheezy refer to this great article on how to install and set-up OpenVPN.
I'm writing down the steps I used to optimize around 15GB of images used on a Joomla based website. This not just speeds up the loading of the website, but also reduces bandwidth and disk usage.
The following write-up covers the steps I used to install and set-up a private VPN (Virtual Private Network) using OpenVPN on my Debian Wheezy system. The same set-up in Gentoo system has been covered here.
The following article covers the steps I used to install and configure a VPN server using IPSEC/L2TP over PPP on a Debian Wheezy system. I'm using it in my Nexus 4 running Android SlimKat and I use other GNU/Linux machines as clients to connect to the VPN server. This allows me to securely communicate between the machines in my own virtual private network.
I've re-installed the CentOS 6 machine this webspace was running on with Debian 7 (Wheezy) and since my master DNS server was running there, I needed to install and set-up my master BIND DNS server on my shiny new Debian 7 (Wheezy) box. This write-up is all about that, how to install and configure a master DNS (BIND) server for my