There’s lots of advice on the net about how to setup a server with iptables to allow passive mode FTP. Below is the approach that we’ve found to be most effective. Start by configuring your FTP daemon to use a fixed range of ports. We use 41361 to 65534 which is the IANA registered ephemeral […]
Posts Tagged ‘CentOS’
Tags: CentOS, FTP, iptables, Linux, passive, proftpd, vsftp
Tags: Automation, CentOS, crontab, Fedora, FTP, Linux, vim
Ever wanted FTP backups and automation for keeping backups of important file on off-peak time. I always love automation, so machines can do things automatically and help humans 🙂
Tags: CentOS, GRUB, Linux, LVM, mount, Password, VolGroup, Volume Group
Recently when my servers HDD dead, data center installed a new HDD keeping orginal HDD as secondary so that i can copy data back to new HDD. I tried to mount the HDD normal way, but got the error:- [root@server78 ~]# fdisk -l /dev/hda Disk /dev/hda: 160.0 GB, 160041885696 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, […]
Tags: CentOS, Config, Firewall, Linux, Networking, Setup
I usually use “setup” to do the firewall setup for permissive or not and setting of SELINUX, etc…. But on a minimal install you don’t have access to setup command, which is my favorite [root@tel ~]# setup -bash: setup: command not found So how to install it in minimal install ? yum –y install […]
Tags: CentOS, RPM, yum, yum-downloadonly, yum-utils
If you ever wanted to download the rpm package instead of installing it with yum ! you can do that with ease, that is useful when you want to keep backup of some RPMs or want to see what’s inside RPM etc.
Tags: CentOS, Desktop, Fedora, GNome, KDE, Linux, X Windows, XWindows, yum
If you recently installed linux (CentOS/Fedora/RedHat) with text mode and now want to use its Graphical GUI which was left unchecked during the installation, you can install it from Internet very easily.