[K12OSN] freenx issue

Will Hatch whatch at anwsu.org
Thu Oct 30 16:14:12 UTC 2008

I figured it out.  I had to reinstall openssh-server.  I then had to
reinstall freenx, and may have possibly reinstalled the correct version.
 In the Centos Add-remove programs, there are two versions.  Maybe the
version I previously had installed wouldn't work with the nx-client I
have installed.  Anyway, I'm good!  Thanks all. -Will

>>> "Nadav Kavalerchik" <nadavkav at gmail.com> 10/30/2008 11:06 am >>>
excellent info (ideas)
thanks :-)

2008/10/30 "Terrell Prudé Jr." <microman at cmosnetworks.com>:
> Nils Breunese wrote:
>> Nadav Kavalerchik wrote:
>>> just a little advise for the time you get it fixed
>>> we had alloooooot of log warnings of hackers trying to crack the
>>> through port 22 so we moved it very high... beyond 62744
>>> now all is quiet :-)
>> I like to set up public key authentication and then disable
>> authentication for SSH. Then install a brute-force blocker like
>> [0] or Fail2Ban [1] and things are also quiet. And our users don't
need to
>> specify a custom port.
>> Nils Breunese.
> +1 on that.  I've used both of those tools, and they both work.  I
don't use
> custom ports anymore, either, for this reason.
> My preference is now for Fail2Ban, because I prefer IPTables-style
>  But that's just me.
> --TP
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