Archive for January, 2008

Install IPCop

Posted on January 30, 2008. Filed under: Distro Linux |

Membangun server yang handal…….tidak harus mahal, berikut tutorial instalasi IPCop untuk gateway , filtering, dln

Download ipcop dari

setelah itu bunr iso ke cd

selanjutnya instal dari cd


tekan ENTER





sesuaikan dengan jaringan yang akan dibangun ,saat ini penulis menggunakan 1 server untuk gateway ke internet dan sekaligus untuk filtering url. koneksi memakai speedy modem di set normal sebagai router. jadi pilih GREEN dan RED untuk type jaringannya

sampai tahap ini kita telah menginstall ipcop boot ulang servervnya maka tampila pertama tampak seperti gambar dibawah.


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Mau Memfilter Situs Porno….?Pakailah Linux IPCop…!

Posted on January 25, 2008. Filed under: Networking |

“Internet sudah datang di Sekolah…? Asik…bisa belajar bareng dengan internet……..! internet makanan apa ya…? beli dimana ya….?” itulah kelakar dari anak-anak masa depan bangsa yang hidupnya jauh dari kota, ataupun di tempat-tempat terpencil. dengan adanya internet masuk ke sekolah diharapkan dapat membantu guru dan peserta didik untuk mendapatkan informasi guna menunjang proses belajar dan mengajar di skolah. internet bak lautan lepas yang berisi informasi yang boleh dikatakan tak terbatas…sehingga perlu adanya penyaringan data sehingga hanya informasi yang “berguna” saja yang dapat di akses olehmurid diseklah. informas yang terasa kurang pas tersebut contohnya ya…”situs-situs yang menyedikan konten berbau pornografi,…yang oleh sebagian orang di katakan dapat merusak aklak….”. trus pertanyaanya bagaimana mungkin kita mau memilih-milih sits yang jumlanya se…”abrek”…itu. bayak cara yang dapat ditempuh untuk meminimalisir hal tersebut. cntohnya ya memakai linux. linux ato distro apa yang dapat dpakai? hampir semua distro dapat dipakai, ada satu distro yang menurut penulis mudah dalam instalasi maupu administrasi yatu IPCop. lebih detail tentang IPCop dapat dilihat pada situs resminya, selamat mecoba…….!

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Mau mencari Naskah Ujian Nasional Disini Tempatnya

Posted on January 16, 2008. Filed under: Distro Linux |

Naskah Ujian Nasional SD,SMP,SMA

Daftar soal yang ada:SMA IPA
SMA-IPA – Matematika
SMA-IPA – Bahasa Indonesia
SMA-IPA – Bahasa Inggris
SMA-IPS – Ekonomi
SMA-IPS – Bahasa Indonesia
SMA-IPS – Bahasa Inggris

SMA-BAHASA – Bahasa Indonesia
SMA-BAHASA – Bahasa Jerman
SMA-BAHASA – Bahasa Inggris
SMA-BAHASA – Bahasa Perancis
SMA-BAHASA – Bahasa Arab

SMK Bahasa Indonesia
SMK Bahasa Inggris
SMK Matematika TI

SMP Bahasa Indonesia
SMP Bahasa Inggris
SMP Matematika

Linknya ada di sini:  

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OLD PC + IPCop = Secure Internet Appliance

Posted on January 9, 2008. Filed under: Networking |

IPCop Firewall basically sits “in between” your Internet connection (dial-up modem, cable-modem, DSL, etc) and works directs traffic using a set of rules for the TCP/IP traffic that underlies all Internet activities. The default rules, ideal for most users, are essentially simple in nature. They allow you to “surf” to the outside world and visit web-sites, FTP, email and so forth. And as you go about your tasks on the Internet, IPCop allows return traffic from those tasks, that you requested, to pass through. If, however, some random TCP/IP traffic comes in, requesting information from your computer, and that traffic is not in response to your requests, IPCop Firewall refuses to respond, and logs that attempt. Thus, you are allowed to go about your normal business, but when the bad guys try to come after you, they are stopped cold, because they are not responding to your requests. Think of IPCop Firewall as your friendly traffic cop down on the corner, making sure that things travel smoothly, and enforcing good rules on your Internet traffic.

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Posted on January 9, 2008. Filed under: Networking |

What is the IPCop firewall?

IPCop Firewall is a Linux firewall distribution geared towards home and SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) users. The IPCop interface is very user-friendly and task-based. IPCop offers the critical functionality of an expensive network appliance using stock, or even obsolete, hardware and OpenSource Software.

OLD PC + IPCOP = Secure Internet Appliance

IPCop lets you take an old PC and convert it into an appliance that will.

1. Secure your home network from the internet.
2. Improve the performance of web browsers (by keeping frequently used information)

All this functionality can be managed from a simple to use web interface, even updates and patches can be installed using a web browser.
Remember IPCop works with most home networks and small office networks, dial up modems, cable modems, ADSL, Leased lines and ISDN. It also lets several PCs share connections to the internet. If you have an always on connection to can even use IPCop to protect your web and email servers. IPCop also has remote management meaning you can securely update and reconfigure your IPCop firewall from anywhere with an internet connection!

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Distribution Release 2008

Posted on January 8, 2008. Filed under: Distro Linux |


Texstar has announced the release of PCLinuxOS 2008 “MiniMe” edition, a minimalist live CD with KDE: “Here is a little MiniMe 2008. It comes with kernel, ALSA 1.0.15 and a very basic KDE 3.5.8 desktop. This is a minimal live CD that is bootable, plus it can be installed. Add in your own background, window decoration, localizations, preferred applications and supporting libraries to fully trick out your desktop. Other changes: I moved Internet and Clock setup to a Utilities folder on the users desktop. Only one question at boot to select the keyboard. Other utilities include ALSA sound configuration, ATI/NVIDIA installation tool, Make Live CD GUI, Make Live USB key and Redo-MBR with OS-probing utility for adding other GRUB boot entries into the GRUB menu. Root password and user setup moved to first boot after installation to hard drive. Also included are NdisWrapper support files.” Here is the full release announcement. Download: pclinuxos-minime-2008.iso (297MB, MD5).
The developers of trixbox, a CentOS-based specialist distribution that enables the user to easily set up a VoIP Asterisk PBX, have announced the release of version 2.4.0: “This set is the latest version of trixbox CE. This is a major change from trixbox 2.2 in that it is based on CentOS 5.1, Asterisk 1.4, and FreePBX 2.3. One problem with trixbox CE 2.x is the lack of hardware support for current systems, especially newer Dell platforms. The vast majority of this has been solved because trixbox CE 2.4 is now based on top of the latest CentOS 5.1 kernel. This now provides support for a much larger number of motherboards, network cards and components, such as hardware RAID controllers. CentOS 5.1 also has high resolution timers built into the kernel so the need for hardware timers on the PCI bus should no longer be required.” Read the full press release for further details. Download (MD5): trixbox-2.4.0.iso (656MB).
MEPIS antiX 7.01, a lightweight derivative of SimplyMEPIS 7.0, was released as an update to antiX 7.0: “antiX is built and maintained by MEPIS community member anticapitalista, as a free version of MEPIS for very old 32-bit PC hardware and is designed to work on computers with as little as 64 MB RAM and Pentium II or equivalent, but not AMD K5/K6 processors… This updated version of ‘Lysistrata’ is built using the MEPIS Linux 7.0 core, including the MEPIS 7 updated and security-patched kernel and upgraded MEPIS utilities, Debian security upgrades and application upgrades since antiX-M7 was released on October 29. The Live CD scripts have been improved, extra ‘cheatcodes’ added and bugs squashed. Kernel headers are now included and antiX uses X.Org 7.2 from the Debian Testing repositories. This release contains the new GRUB menu theme developed and contributed by the MEPIS community.” Check the full release announcement, the website of antiX, and its forum for more information. Download: antiX-M7.01-base.iso (installable LiveCD using fluxbox, 177MB, MD5), antiX-M7.01.iso, (309MB, MD5).
Ian Wells has announced the release of SME Server 7.3, a server-oriented Linux distribution based on CentOS: “The SME Server development team is pleased to announce the release of SME Server 7.3. This release is based on CentOS 4.6 and all packages have been updated to the latest releases. Changes in this release: using ‘sme multipart’ boot parameter now enables quotas on all LVMs; support for disconnect option in rhsbl plugin; support for disconnect immediately if dnsbl plugin rejects recipient addresses; newer version of ipsvd to resolve a few Thunderbird issues; support for configurable time-outs; now able to remove Corporate DNS setting; RAID reconstruction now finishes after using ‘sme nolvm’ passed at install time; ability to use console restore with CD or DVD recordable media….” Further details can be found in the release notes. Download: smeserver-7.3-i386.iso (529MB, MD5).
Jörg Schirottke has announced the availability of the seventh release candidate of KANOTIX 2007, a Debian-based live CD: “KANOTIX 2007 ‘Thorhammer’ RC7 released.” Some of the features include: “Kernel 2.6.24 (Ubuntu kernel with modifications and some patches); ACPI and DMA enabled by default; i586 optimization; Acritox installer – install program with many new functions; actual KANOTIX theme; X.Org 7.1.1, Beryl 0.2.0, VDR 1.5.2, ALSA 1.0.14, NDISwrapper 1.50; Aufs and Unionfs support; GParted 0.3.3 with NTFS resize; NTFS-3G used by default; KDE 3.5.5, 2.0.4, Amarok 1.4.8, K3b 1.0.4; IceWeasel, IceDove mail and news client, GIMP 2.2.13; automatic installation of graphic drivers with ‘nvidia’ and ‘fglrx’ options. If the RC7 is not starting on your PC take the RC6C release, the difference is the kernel!” Here is the brief release announcement. Download: KANOTIX-2007-THORHAMMER-RC7.iso (701MB, MD5).
Happy New Year! Hisham Muhammad has announced the release of GoboLinux 014, an independent distribution whose main claim to fame is a radically redesigned file system layout: “We are pleased to introduce GoboLinux 014, the new major release of GoboLinux, the Linux distribution with an alternative directory structure. This release is the result of over a year of work. The live CD build environment is highly customizable and packages were built using a dynamically-generated sand-boxed environment which insulates the source code and its dependencies during compilation. Major upgrades include KDE 3.5.8, glibc 2.5 and X.Org 7.2, as well as new versions of the GoboLinux management tools.” Read the release announcement and release notes for further information. Download: GoboLinux-014-i686.iso (667MB, MD5).
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