fail2ban basics

fail2ban Jonathan Haack Haack’s Networking oemb1905@jonathanhaack.com //fail2ban// This tutorial is designed to help you install fail2ban and get a basic set of configurations in place. As always, these blog posts have an associated wiki post that receives updates and changes: fail2ban wiki post. sudo cp /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf /etc/fail2ban/jail.localsudo nano /etc/fail2ban/jail.local Once inside the configuration file jail.local…

Haack’s Networking

Welcome. These recordings and sessions will be raw, unedited, and free style lectures/explicit tutorials on gnulinux sysadmin topics. I deliberately will not be editing or optimizing quality – this is both practical and philosophical. I do prefer the raw/organic feeling of low quality recordings and screen capturing with explicit hacking how-to’s (including errors, rabbit holes,…

OERu

How I found the OERu and a bit about why it matters … Today’s educational landscape is adopting technological innovations at every level. There is little discussion, however, about how we incorporate these tools into the educational microsystem, and less about which ones to use and why. As a result, districts, colleges, etc., are offering…

rstudio server proxy

As always, please refer to the wiki for the latest version of this tutorial: rstudio. This tutorial is to set up rstudio on Debian. First, download and install the package: cd ~ sudo apt install r-base sudo apt install gdebi wget https://download2.rstudio.org/server/debian9/x86_64/rstudio-server-1.2.1335-amd64.deb sudo gdebi rstudio-server-1.2.1335-amd64.deb Make sure you already have an existing LAMP stack running…

Encryption Basics

#freesoftware #debian #encryption #luks This tutorial is designed to help folks set up an encrypted partition on Debian GNU/Linux and, optionally, to mount that crypt at the time of boot. I am copying and pasting the tutorial below as of today’s date, but as always, please note that these are entries that I live update…

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