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  1. Thread: rbldnsd

    by rcrcomputing
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    Re: rbldnsd

    Just a note. On the final upgrade run, I tried:

    apt-mark hold rbldnsd

    It did honor it! Now have the previous version after upgrading and all is well.

    Still had to add this to get bind dns...
  2. Thread: rbldnsd

    by rcrcomputing
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    Re: rbldnsd

    Thanks for that, but had already explored it. Unsuccessfully. :(
    I finally put this in /etc/default/rbldns
    SYSTEMCTL_SKIP_REDIRECT=1

    Remove rbldns service
    systemctl stop rbldnsd.service...
  3. Thread: rbldnsd

    by rcrcomputing
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    rbldnsd

    Was wondering if anyone else that has rbldnsd loaded has upgraded to focal?
    When I couldn't get rbldnsd to work, did a fresh install. Same issue.

    So, here's what we have. rbldnsd now seems to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Tutorial

    Your kidding right? So how would you design such a program that you were going to call "secure shell"?


    While there was no intent to imply anything other than "password verification design flaw",...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Tutorial

    ok, he's learning to admin, yet he's supposed to be an admin? Have you missed the fact that this thread is named "Server Tutorial"?



    We are not talking about your servers or your experience...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Tutorial

    I was aware his question was a "sandbagger" question and was aware I was about to have this conversation. :)

    Hmm, you just said, set up "secure shell" and then "secure" it. Shouldn't it have...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Tutorial

    Google "brute force ssh"

    You'll notice other programs giving major access to the system limit access attempts by default. And example is webmin.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Tutorial

    Oh, and don't forget the Ubuntu server guide.
    http://doc.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Tutorial

    wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/webadmin/webmin_1.441_all.deb
    dpkg -i webmin_1.441_all.deb
    apt-get -f install

    BTW, I never sit in front of a server I'm working on. I access it thru ssh...
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    [ubuntu] Re: KVM: Creating a VM for Windows-Guest

    I just noticed this thread. I posted a quick workaround for this about a week ago in this bug report.

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kvm/+bug/105195
  11. [ubuntu] Re: VirtualBox 2.0.4 Can't get bridge to work

    I guess, I'm failing to understand what you are attempting to do. I had the assumption you had one nic and wanted the vm's to use that nic with ip's on the same net range. So I don't seen where a...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: VirtualBox 2.0.4 Can't get bridge to work

    Ok, let's slow down a bit. Now that you have network manager uninstalled, you can get your network up and running with dhcp just to make sure everything is working before you go futher.

    in...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: VirtualBox 2.0.4 Can't get bridge to work

    Oops, I failed to mention, You may wish uninstall network-manager as I do not need, nor want it. If I'm going to take control of my network settings, I do not want network-manager jacking with it. :)
  14. [ubuntu] Re: VirtualBox 2.0.4 Can't get bridge to work

    This is how I do it. No scripts etc.. just an entry in the /etc/network/interfaces file. Works for me in hardy and/or intrepid.

    http://programs.rcrnet.net/

    Click on Linux bridge
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH server goes down periodically

    I'm going to bed. It's late, and I just re-read your post. Seems this script is not what you need. :(

    Since it's listening, there is still a pid. Maybe monit is worth looking at. Sorry I was...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH server goes down periodically

    I guess it should tell you it did.. Now it emails you..
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH server goes down periodically

    #!/bin/bash

    RESTART="/etc/init.d/ssh restart"

    PGREP="/usr/bin/pgrep"

    SERVICE="sshd"

    $PGREP ${*********
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Do I have to have mail relay for a mail server?

    If you have a dynamic ip address from your provider, the answer is yes. While much of you mail may be accepted. You'll have troubles with those that are not.

    With some providers, you have to send...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Copy Ubuntu Server 8.04 LTS from IDE Hard Drive To USB Drive

    I'd skip the mbr, grub, uuid, problems and do an rsync. Here's the script I use for a hot clone using rsynce_backup_restore.sh. You can read the quick-notes and get the idea..
    ...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Removing 64 and replacing it with 32 - whats the easiest way?

    cp -a (copy -a) and rsync are two differant ways you can copy files to that new hard drive. Both are run from the command-line or "terminal".
    example: cp -a /home/* /media/home


    Stepping back a...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Removing 64 and replacing it with 32 - whats the easiest way?

    I am assuming 2 things here.
    1) The config files for the 64bit and 32bit versions of the programs are the same. ??? I'm unsure.
    2) Your refering to personal settings and not program settings...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Internet not working

    Your laptop may work because you have the ppoe software from the dsl company to issue your name and password to connect. Have you tested the router at all? Are you getting dhcp from the router?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Complete and utterly noob question.

    I don't know of a book for you. Just a few hints though.
    To share data between the two has always meant a fat32 partition they can both read-write to. However, be aware of the file size limit...
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    [gnome] Re: xserver doesn't want to start

    If you have corrupt files, you need to concentrate on why that may be. Run memtest and/or get the drive checking utility from your hard drive mfg and test the hard drive.
    Until these questions are...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Removing 64 and replacing it with 32 - whats the easiest way?

    One more suggestion, put your home on another hard drive.
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