Add encrypted ssh keys to your workflow more efficiently with gnome-keyring in the sway window manager.
I’ve recently set up a Fedora 22 firewall/router at home (more on that later) and I noticed that remote ssh logins were extremely slow.
Forwarding X over ssh is normally fairly straightforward when you have the correct packages installed.
Outside of the RHCA exams, I haven’t configured a PXE system for my personal needs.
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Changing my ssh port from the default port (22) has been one of my standard processes for quite some time when I build new servers or virtual machines.
The latest versions of virt-manager don’t release the mouse pointer when you’re doing X forwarding to a machine running OS X.
This problem came up in conversation earlier this week and I realized that I’d never written a post about it.
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As promised in my earlier post entitled Kerberos for haters, I’ve assembled the simplest possible guide to get Kerberos up an running on two CentOS 5 servers.
I’ll be the first one to admit that Kerberos drives me a little insane.
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SELinux isn’t a technology that’s easy to tackle for newcomers.
One of the most common questions that I see in my favorite IRC channel is: “How can I secure sshd on my server?
Thanks to a recommendation from [Michael] and [Florian], I’ve been using [dsh] with a lot of success for quite some time.
Running OS X 10.
Sometimes we find ourselves in places where we don’t trust the network that we’re using.