This is for internal use only behind a paranoid iptables ruleset and
an equally paranoid Netgear RT314 ruleset. My 433 mhz machine with 128
megs of RAM is underpowered for GNOME/KDE *DESKTOPS*, but is perfectly
adequated for running GNOME/KDE *APPS* under FVWM. My only problem so
far has been sshd...
1) I finally got it working, but I had to shut down xinetd on RH7.3 to
get in. Under CRUX, the line...
..in hosts.allow was sufficient. What's required under RH ? Something
in xinetd.d ?
2) sshd is asking for my password before letting me in now. It did not
do so when I ran it under CRUX. I'd like to go back to that behaviour
Email users are divided into two classes;
1) Those who have effective spam-blocking
2) Those who wish they did