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  • Nick Howitt
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    Re: Help Me Please

    If you can get access to the console, have a look at /var/log/yum.log to see what was removed at the same time.

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt's reply was accepted as an answer

    Re: Help Me Please

    If you can get access to the console, have a look at /var/log/yum.log to see what was removed at the same time.

  • A long time ago Tim compiled updated php packages for 5.2 but I don't think anyone compiled an Apache update.

  • The file you want is /etc/ethers.

    FWIW, it is now possible to do a configuration backup from 6.x and restore it to 7.x so you get files like this and all your users. You need to check what has been copied over but it can save you a lot off effort. I've used it but my 7.x server is not yet in production so I don't know it it has been totally successful. I know I've had to bring some stuff over manually but at least my users are there. I've the used rsync for most data and imapsync for e-mails.

  • Nick Howitt

    A few things. When you create a .local file you only need to list the sections and parameters which you want to change so your jail.local could just look like:

    I don't know what version of f2b you're using, but in mine the default filter is:so in my .local file I'd try:

    Lastly, have you come across the fail2ban-regex utility you can use for testing your regex's?

  • Patrick de Brabander wrote:Can i or should i enable the repo "software-updates" with my paid Home-version ?
    There are now a few updates in this repo and i don't no when these will be available for the paid-versions.
    I can't help you here. At some time I need to make note of which repos should be enabled by default for which versions. I think you get "-verified" repos so you may not need to enable this one. I think that, for this reason, only community versions got hit with the bug.

  • You can achieve quite a lot with the folder structures, but not from the ClearOS console. The ClearOS webconfig only supports sharing a folder structure by user or group. It does no let you have a different level of access for different folders within the structure. You'll need to learn how to configure Samba manually and understand Linux file permissions to achieve much more.

    All users, by default, get their own home folder which you can enable or disable through ClearOS. Would your wife be able to use that rather than a subfolder of /public?

    For your child it may be harder. Where is your folder which you want her to be able to see?

    I don't know on the web access side of things as I don't use web controls but I'd guess it is possible. If your child wants facebook access, it may be easier to grant it to everyone even if they don't use it.

    Limiting .exe installations is a Windows group policy issue and I don't know how that is centrally managed even from a Windows server.

  • Nick Howitt

    Have a read of this thread but note the warnings about hard coding IP's and the warning of files getting overwritten, Better would be to configure the other apps to use LDAPS.

  • Nick Howitt

    What mode is ClearOS running in? Gateway, Standalone, Standalone with firewall?
    Are you trying to access ClearOS from the WAN?

    Normally, when publish policy is set to anything other than Local Network or All Networks you have to use LDAPS on port 636. If this is not open you will not get access! By default is is open to LAN access for a gateway configuration or standalone without firewall but otherwise you need to open the fireewall to incoming tcp:636.

    If you used to access LDAP through port 389 (so LDAP and not LDAPS, then you will have done a command line hack to achieve that. A similar hack will be needed for 7.x but 7.x uses a systemd for start up so the change is needed in a completely different file. The same comment applied to the firewall as above but for port 389.