Actually, very simple! Head over to /etc/mongod.conf nano /etc/mongod.conf and comment out bind_ip #bind_ip=127.0.0.1 and restart mongod! service mongod restart
Category Archives: Linux
I was reading slashdot today and found this article: http://blog.ksplice.com/2010/05/scalable-day-to-day-diskless-booting/ I remember having tried to do this in the past with an openfiler installation and an atom box, I ended up getting frustrated and moving on but this sheds a lot more light on how the process works and how to get it working. It’s […]
To show your current dhcpd table of leases is fairly simple. Connect to your server either locally or via ssh and then run the following lines. cd /var/lib/dhcpd cat dhcpd.leases OR TO EDIT nano dhcpd.leases From there you can either view or edit your current dhcpd ip address leases.
I’ve put a lot of time into this guy! And I’m proud to share it with you. This script and configuration files, when configured correctly for your network will turn your CentOS 5.2 installation into a network router with dhcp, dns, squid, samba, iptables and webmin. I’ve also provided all of these files tarballed together […]