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  • Setting up DSA public/private keys for ssh/rsync — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    dsa private id dsa pub public put them in users ssh 700 directory copy the public key to the remote server that is to be accessed without password authentication Add it to ssh authorized keys 600 Implement any restrictions with from hostname command home plone ssh validate rsync preceding the key block hostname given by hostname command on the server Debug using ssh v and make sure the hostname matches

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/unix-tricks-and-information/setting-up-dsa-public-private-keys-for-ssh-rsync (2016-02-16)
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  • Getting RPMs and yum updates from third party stores — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    sets Read this article before doing anything http wiki centos org AdditionalResources Repositories Set priorities to prevent base packages being overwritten The next step would appear to be sorting the RPM priorities before connecting to any additional repositories This is how you do that Make sure in etc yum conf we have plugins 1 yum install yum priorities edit etc yum pluginconf d priorities conf and make sure enabled 1 Edit etc yum conf or etc yum repos d repo and set the priority 1 99 Higher numbers won t overwrite lower so set the Centos ones as 1 or 2 yum install yum protectbase noarch to protect base packages with Centos 6 this was just yum install yum protectbase mod limitipconn To get mod limitipconn we connected to ATrpms The instructions are here http atrpms net documentation install Make sure you use the PGP GPG keys when connecting and indeed when downloading and installing any third party software even from sources like Apache More on yum If you know you need a script e g sealert but you don t know what package it comes with the following is what you need yum provides sealert This gives setroubleshoot server

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/unix-tricks-and-information/getting-rpms-and-yum-updates-from-third-party-stores (2016-02-16)
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