Delete SNMPv3 User on Linux

Don’t know if this is the recommended way to delete a user, but it seems to work.

sudo service snmpd stop

Open up the snmpd.conf file in /var/lib and find the line with the SNMP user and delete the line

sudo vi /var/lib/snmp/snmpd.conf

Save, exit, and start snmpd

sudo service snmpd start

These steps work for Ubuntu, but should work for any Debain based distro as well as CentOS, Fedora, RedHat etc.

Add multiple IP bindings to Mikrotik Hotspot – Bash Script

Copy and paste the following into a file named and then “chmod +x”  Or download from this direct link.  Be sure to change the username and password


for i in `cat ${filelist}`
address=`echo $i | cut -d= -f1`
mac=`echo $i | cut -d= -f2`
sshpass -p ${password} ssh ${username}@${ip} "ip hotspot ip-binding add address=${address} mac-address=${mac} type=bypassed"

Now create a file named bypasslist.txt and put all the addresses you want bypassed.  You’ll need the Mac Address and the IP Address.

Example file

Usage of script is

./ MikrotikIP



Modifying DNS Entry for Domain

Search /etc/named.conf to find the zone file for the domain.

Find the domain name and see where the zone file is.  Example zone block.

zone "" in {
 type master;
 file "/var/named/mzones/";
 allow-query { any; };
 forwarders {};

The file is /var/named/mzones/

Edit your zone file by opening it up in a text editor.

Example.  Text in bold added for comments.

$TTL 21600
$ORIGIN com.
incredigeek IN SOA
 0000147 ; serial  <- This needs to be incremented so it is greater than the previous version of this file
 43200 ; refresh (12 hours)
 7200 ; retry (2 hours)
 604800 ; expire (7 days)
 21600 ) ; minimum
 300 A   <- A record for root domain
localhost IN A
www 300 IN A  <- www subdomain A record
login 300 IN A <- another subdomain A record

Save file and reload Bind

On FreeBSD

rndc reload

you can reload everything with

rndc reload

On Fedora/CentOS/REHL

service named reload

On Ubuntu/Debian

service bind9 restart

You may need to reload Bind on any slave servers

How to install Broadcom WiFi drivers in Fedora 27

Install RPM Fusion

sudo dnf install$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm

Install packages

sudo dnf install -y kernel-devel-$(uname -r)
sudo dnf install -y akmodssudo dnf install -y broadcom-wl

Give the computer a reboot and the Broadcom card should now work.