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« on: February 21, 2008, 11:09:07 AM »

... hows that LAMP project going? Getting through the shitties and on to success?
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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2008, 12:32:22 PM »

yea. I got it all set up now, and everything is working. Thank god this is a dev box inside my house and not a production or public machine. I am sure this thing is a complete whore, wide open for free rides, if it was accessible. no matter for now.

but i now have debian running on a Shuttle SN68SG2, LAMP, and FTP, VNC server (under gnome), and all able to connected to remotely. Except I cant telnet/ssh into it, lol. but VNC works so who cares i guess.

So now I am back to building my BreakTheInternets system since I now dont have to worry about the memory restrictions on the shared host. muahahaha.
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« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2008, 01:00:15 PM »

You'll need either telnetd or sshd (the daemons) running for you to do either. sshd should be on the box by default, but may not be started as a process.

If you don't see sshd when you ps aux then that's why. Check /etc/init.d to see if there is a pointer to sshd - if there is, add it to your /etc/rc3.d directory (or /etc/rc5.d if you're starting up in graphical mode) to make sure you can always log in.

IMO telnet should not be run any longer because of security concerns.

Ping if you need more...
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