Good work asmk47 I love it
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I know that basic FTP is not ideal and not secure. But it is widely supported and used, and sometimes if we’re moving around large files across a network it comes in incredibly useful.
This tutorial will go through setting up an FTP server on Ubuntu 12.04 Server which is allowing anonymous connections. I wouldn’t recommend you try this on an internet facing host, and would recommend when not in use you turn VSFTP off even on your internal network.
I’ve been playing with my Raspberry Pi quite a bit lately, it’s a wonderful bit of kit. If you don’t have one already go and buy one! The cost/power balance is really amazing. This post is in no way a criticism of a Raspberry Pi, it is a wonderful computer made with education in mind and I am certainly learning!
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Although in my experience Linux is much less susceptible to malware, it would be unfair to say that they are completely secure. Even if a Linux machine isn’t infected it doesn’t mean it can’t be an unsuspecting virus delivery mechanism. Although saying that a web server really shouldn’t be delivering any malware…
AVG is a widely recognised anti-malware vendor, especially in the Windows world, and we’ll be installing their Linux Antivirus on our server and then setting it for a scheduled run daily. Continue reading →
If we’ve got a whole pile of databases on a server, it’s possible that not all of them will change regularly. If we’re backing up with something like rsync it makes sense not to do a whole database dump which would mean big perpetually backups so lets backup our databases individually.