Quote:vonskippy wrote:You've added a whole lot of networking complexity while adding basically zero additional security....If ... [by alexm]
Quote:Justin417 wrote:Please help this is destroying my computer.Really? Is it smoking? Melting? Dissolving into molecule... [by vonskippy]
Quote:strongsteve wrote:and if so, how?Step 1: Invent Time MachineStep 2: Go forward in time to when PHP 6 is re... [by vonskippy]
Does home.centos resolve to the correct IP?If not, use http://192.168.1.1:10000 (or whatever the actual IP is of the VM system run... [by vonskippy]
First of all, sorry in advance for the extremely long post...OK, I created a new VM from CentOS 6.0 ISOs (minimal install). I successfully got a local repository service working on it.... [by alexm]
Timely article:Security fail No. 8: Your appliances are an attacker's dreamThe main benefit of appliances -- increased security -- hasn't panned out. By having a smaller... [by vonskippy]
I installed Webmin 1.600 on my fully updated Fedora 17 Gnome3 box. I used webmin before without problems, but now I encounter a security warning:
Quote:vonskippy wrote:Here, let me Google that for you....
Install the free VIRTUALBOX on Windows, create a VM, install CentOS in a VM.Dual booting is oh so last century. [by vonskippy]
I have setup / installed webmin on Amazon Ec2 instance running linux. After creating user with login credential and adding port 10000 in security group, I am able to login via
I would like to create subdomain like webmin.example.com which points to ip-address:10000 ( port used by webmin ).