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iinfi

mekalodu
Do we have any free tools available for linux admins.
like tool to create dns server. configure vsftpd.

any such stuff which you folks mite have used.

i am mainly interested in RHEL platform.

thank you
 

anurag_bhd

May the Force be with you
You might want to try out Webmin - the one stop solution for all these things, for any Linux distro.

Also, RHEL and Fedora come with many GUI tools to let you configure the basic servers, like Apache.
 

damngoodman999

damnbadman666
Do we have any free tools available for linux admins.
like tool to create dns server. configure vsftpd.

any such stuff which you folks mite have used.

i am mainly interested in RHEL platform.

thank you


U r learning RHCE right , i guess u asked long time ago where to learn abt the centers right !!

Guess what i had completed the RHCE certified exam 2 weeks back , now i am getting fully expertise on the "HTTPD" and "MTA"

As for your concern - u know we wont use any tools , configure the domain name with prescribed statements any with that !!!

u tried SSH ??? then VSFTPD configuration is easy one line statement


Code:
vi /etc/hosts.deny

vsftpd: ALL EXCEPT "ur domain hostname"

thats all , y u need the tools for that
 
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iinfi

iinfi

mekalodu
@anurag_bhd and @talktorishav thanks i will chk what webmin is

@ damngoodman999
i just gave a couple of examples.. i m afraid at corporate level you dont do just a ftp server. u will need to secure it and also sometimes they require you to do SSL or PKI encryption as well. I just wanted to know if there were any list of tools available for such purposes.
 
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iinfi

iinfi

mekalodu
now i m working as a jr. linux admin n also working towards gaining some exp on some virtualization products n Oracle.
no time to prepare for RHCE. :(
 
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iinfi

iinfi

mekalodu
thank you ..webmin looks good.
i m glad i didnt know abt it earlier.

will use it only incase of emergencies. else i will forget command line, which is still the heart n soul of Linux
 
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