iptables => "ipconntrackftp" and changing default port ftp (21) in proftpd
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 9, 2011
This is driving me crazy I really really hope someone can help me out.
I had proftpd running and working (with the default port 21).
But now I want to use IPTABLES in combination with a different FTP port.
I read that "ip_conntrack_ftp" is essential for this? Is that correct?
I have the following
ip_conntrack_ftp , modprobe ip_conntrack and ip_nat_ftp
I added these modules by in my "/etc/modules" file (1 module per line) and rebooted my UBUNTU VPSMy iptables looks like this: http://vpsbible.com/security/harden-...eate-firewall/
# Allows all loopback (lo0) traffic and drop all traffic to 127/8 that doesn't use lo0
-A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT ! -i lo -d 127.0.0.0/8 -j REJECT
# Accepts all established inbound connections
-A INPUT -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
# Allows all outbound traffic
# You can modify this to only allow certain traffic
-A OUTPUT -j ACCEPT
# Allows HTTP and HTTPS connections from anywhere (the nor
Changing Active Directory password through LDAP on CentOS 6
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 4, 2012
I am trying to change the Active Directory (running Win Server 2008) user passwords from my CentOS 6 via LDAP. I have tried the following:
passwd (using Microsoft password sync daemon - ssod)
Unfortunately all have failed.. Question is, do I need a secure connection (TLS/SSL?) on the AD server side? Even using the Windows password sync (SSOD daemon?)
when i try the 'passwd (username)' option, I get the error message server is unwilling to perform. I know it can see the AD users, and I can authenticate it with the passwords entered, but changing it fails for whatever reason. Anyone happen to know how can I get this to work?
Any help greatly appreciated!
binding CentOS 6.4 with Active Directory win server 2008 R2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 6, 2013
I am trying to bind centOS 6.4 to AD win Server 2008 R2,
I've apply all steps which required to do this process, shown in this link :
and this video is too complete and simple >> I have all of steps !! but the LINUX machine does not appear in (Users and Computers tool)
But when I press on (Join to Domain) it's failed to connect with AD windows !!!
I hope soon response.
Changing Default Desktop From Gnome to KDE
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 24, 2005
It's been awhile since i have used linux and forgot how to change the default desktop from gnome to kde, can anyone help me with this?
Changing Default Desktop Environment from GNOME to Openbox!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 23, 2005
I would like to exclusively use the Openbox desktop environment with Fedora Core 3, however there are no available options to change this to my default. Since I am the only user of this machine, I prefer to have the system log my user in automatically (no login screen), and ideally I'd like to have it automatically log me into Openbox instead of GNOME.
Any ideas on how to do this?
Also, upon starting Openbox (either automatically or manually from the session tab of the login screen), I'd like to execute the following command each time I start it
# fbpanel; fbpanel -p launcher &
How would this be done?
Any help greatly appreciated, thanks a lot!
Changing default window manager
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 15, 2005
I have googled and searched these forums for a solution, but the closest I can find is editing the /etc/sysconfig file which changes the default log in for all accounts.
I have two user accounts under Fedora 3. I use Gnome, but my wife prefers KDE. She's getting pretty fed up with having select session everytime she logs in,
Is there a way to change the default Xsession for individual accounts?
Changing default window manager
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 23, 2004
The default window mgr for FC2 is gnome, regardless what else mgr installed. i've installed both kde and gnome. how to change the default setting to kde? i dont want to choose very time at the login page.
Changing default OS in grub2.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 28, 2009
Good Morning. I have Windows Vista on sda and Ubuntu 9.10 and Parsix 3.0 on sdb. I just don't understand how grub2 works. When booting, grub2 still gives me a page for ~10 seconds that shows all three OS's and allows me the opportuniy to arrow dow to one to boot into it, but it has Ubuntu set as the default OS, and my wife wants Vista as default. Gotta keep her happy, you know. How can I make Vista the default OS in grub2? Thanks.
Remaster Live CD and problem in changing default Language
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 17, 2006
i am not sure bout where i may ask my question i thought LFS linux expersts can help me.
im trying to remaster a live cd. i tried to change the default language,knoppix remastered, when i "chroot" startx get KDE enviroment then chaned the keyboard prefrence, changed keylayout and language and added some new fonts, the new fonts in /../../fonts/TTF and /../share/fonts/bitsrteam-vera have effectived and i can use them in my new remastered CD openoffice, BUT the language is us-en then i have to change keyboard prefrence ,layout... then all will b OK i guessed i can change the language and use new remastered by my fav defualts as language... a little bit later i did change the language by editing /etc/X11/XF86Conf by vim and fonts.conf too but it was discarded!!!?? using Xwin KDE in chroot had been more usful or me
there is an other problem too, my CDwriter mounted as hdcX when i boot by CDROM mounted usually as hddX -not hdcX, poof, it canNOT boot!!!
Now my remastred has
Changing default theme & wallpaper for new users at firstever login
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 27, 2008
I have had this issue with several installs of ubuntu followed by installing edubuntu. I have computers that I have installed in this fashion, but the adults in the house want the regular ubuntu theme for new users added to the system, not the more child-centric edubuntu theme. They would prefer not to have to change them after the first login. It is that "first impression" thing.
I have looked all over on how to change this. I have tried reinstalling ubuntu-desktop. I have edited gcong-editor as root. It still makes a new user default to the edubuntu theme. I want to make sure it is clear that I'm NOT talking about System>Preferences>Appearance and how to change it after the fact. That is simple to do.
What I'm really wanting to accomplish is changing a config file somewhere that will change the theme/wallpaper back to the normal (or even better) theme when brand new users are added to the system and they log on to Linux for the first time.
Although I am most
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