Monthly Archives: January 2010

JBoss container managed basic authentication

These days I am working on an ACS (Automatic Configuration System) which runs on a JBoss app server. So, yesterday I configured the server for cotnainer-managed authentication. Here is a straight forward tutorial to demonstrate how to secure your applications … Continue reading

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Make programming a bit easier in Linux

Restarting services or killing them are the must repeated activities that I have to do during current project. Running maven commands and deleting ‘.svn‘ folders are so easy but those take time too. By the other hand all of them … Continue reading

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Port mapping in Linux in Ubuntu and CentOS

If you used to setup web servers under windows easily, you will find Linux doesn’t show itself bared on the network. Indeed, Linux has its own secured solutions to let your web servers listen to the 80 port. In fact, … Continue reading

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