Doh! Well, I have to admire anyone with the patience(sp?) to receive a
MCSE. I decided two months ago to get the MCSA because I have a lot of
time on my hands. I have passed the 210, 215, 216, and will be taking
218 a week from this Friday <fingers crossed>. I have had to fight every
instinct to run to my Linux boxes and play because I am SOOO bored.
Getting your MCSE shows you have more patience (am I spelling that
right? tired) and discipline than I do. Oh, almost forgot. The MCSE
exams are by no means even close in difficulty to the RHCE, but when
grouped together, it is no mean feat to study and pass all seven exams.
You are awesome!
However, I would love to corrupt you and bring you over to the dark
side, uh.. to the light.
> ok, ok... ;o)
> I don't have any Linux certification yet...So I belive in you...
> For the certifications competition tou win... :o)
> I'm only MCSE and MCSD... damn... :)
> I have to do one soon...
> > I like proftp, but I disagree. Both proftp and wu-ftp are fine services.
> > I have used both, and did stumble with wu-ftp but that was because at
> > the time, I was clueless. Both are equally secure depending upon what
> > version and time we are talking about.
> > --
> > Richard Harmonson
> > A+/CCNA/CNA/MCP/NET+/RHCE
> > > Use proftpd (www.proftpd.org). Almost no security hole and easier to
> > > configure then wu-ftp
> > > > I have an ftp server set up on RH7.2 using the wu-ftpd rpm. I need to
> > > > have a number of guestuser accounts, which I have gotten successfully
> > > > configured. However, these guest accounts need to have differing
> > > > permissions for things like renaming, deleting and overwriting files.
> > > > One specific example is that guestuser "Authors" specifically needs
> > > > the ability to "overwrite" existing files in their area, but guestuser
> > > > "Reviewers" specifically needs to NOT have that ability.
> > > > The "overwrite" directive in /etc/ftpaccess allows you to specify
> > > > permissions two ways: by account type (real, guest, or anonymous), or
> > > > by different classes. Since both these accounts are guests, its seems
> > > > that rules out using the account type.
> > > > Its my understanding from the manpage that different classes are
> > > > defined by the source address. However, both these accounts could be
> > > > accessed from a huge number of different places, and even from the
> > > > same place at different times. So that looks to rule out class
> > > > differentiation.
> > > > It seems like this is a situation that must have come up before. Has
> > > > anyone else solved it? Is there something I'm missing or not
> > > > understanding?