There is a debian public computer we use as tool for reference and I have to manage it. All user have their own network HDD. Therefore I would like all user Cannot write they data on to internal public HDD.
I have been using CentOS for a while now and ive switched to Debian. I am trying to setup bind9 dns server and I need to edit files that would be in the directory
however I found out that there is no such directory on Debian.
I've looked around but what I've tried so far hasn't worked. I want to password protect a subdir of a web site using a <directory> directive instead of .htaccess. How do I do that? I either get a message that Apache doesn't know what to do with the credentials or that Apache is incorrectly configured.
I'm using an Ubuntu system to download suspicious/suspected malware files for analysis. I need to zip each file and password protect it to prevent accidentally infecting other systems when transferring the files. the