uniCenta oPOS – Installation walk-through, Start to Finish

uniCenta oPOS is a Powerful commercial-grade open source Point of Sale system.

In this walk-through we will show you the steps to install a fully functional enterprise grade Point of Sale system. We personally have installed this system and its in use daily.

Steps:

PdfUniCenta oPOS Install / wikiUniCenta oPOS Install

Pdf As Requested Create a uniCenta oPOS Desktop Shortcut

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QRadar 7.3.1 (CE) Community Edition – Install – Start to Finish – (Unofficial)

QRadar Community Edition 7.3.1 is a fully-featured version of QRadar that you can use at home or in your lab. A new feature of QRadar Community Edition 7.3.1 enables IBM Security X-Force® Threat Intelligence IP reputation for use.

Note: “# sudo /opt/qradar/support/changePasswd.sh -a” command is used to set the QRadar WUI admin password at the end of the installation.

QRadar Community Edition v7.3.0 is the previous release.

Q1 LABS, QRADAR and the ‘Q’ Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of IBM Corp. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

This is an unofficial video.

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QRadar 7.3.0 (CE) Community Edition – Install – Start to Finish – (Unofficial)

QRadar Community Edition v7.3.0 is a fully-featured version of QRadar that you can use at home or in your lab. As the QRadar Community Edition install is slightly different from the Standard / traditional QRadar installation. Thought there was value in creating this walk-through.

QRadar Community Edition v7.3.1 has been released. QRadar Community Edition v7.3.1

Note: “# sudo /opt/qradar/support/changePasswd.sh -a” command is used to set the QRadar WUI admin password at the end of the installation.

Links for the ISO’s used:

CentOS

QRadar CE

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IPFire – The Initial Build (Firewall | Router| Proxy | Gateway)…

IPFire is a hardened open source Linux distribution that primarily performs as a router and a firewall. It’s a standalone firewall system with a web-based management console for configuration.

In short a Good Open-source firewall /proxy that can be used at home. Easy 2 install & Easy 2 use?

There are many open-source distros available today that could serve as a proxy or firewall. We are not saying IPFire is the only firewall/proxy distro. However, if you looking for an easy install system with many add-ons for home or small office use look no further. In this walk though will show you how to install the IPFire Open Source Firewall. Use it as your personal firewall gateway and proxy server.

For more information on IPFire visit https://www.ipfire.org

Installing Kali Linux on Windows 10

In this walk through we will show you how to install Kali Linux on Windows 10 / Or any Linux distributions offered via the store

More about Kali Linux App: https://www.kali.org/news/kali-linux-in-the-windows-app-store/

How to install any Linux distributions offered via the Windows store.

Windows build 16215 or later required. For more detailed information follow the Microsoft link here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-win10