[sf-lug] meeting monday night at Javacat, 6 to 8
jim at well.com
Sun Jul 16 22:28:03 PDT 2006
not to worry, I think. The machine in Javacat is LAN
only, not available from internet, only from within the
restaurant's wifi range (customers and neighbors).
Access is via ssh and only for those who know the
secret (static) IP address (it's box 201).
It's there for people to learn on. My idea was to set
up servers on that box and let people try to configure
their laptops to be clients, a la RHCT/E studying.
There's no printer, but that shouldn't stop anyone
from config'ing CUPs. It's running in init 5 in order
only to have X config available for inspection.
If people crash it, maybe they learn something,
and if no one else gets to it, I'm willing to rebuild it
each time I come in.
On Jul 16, 2006, at 10:11 PM, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Asheesh Laroia (asheesh at asheesh.org):
>> On Sun, 16 Jul 2006, jim stockford wrote:
>>> per rhct topic: putting NFS and NIS services on the
>>> Javacat machine.
>> Hah, NIS is hilarious. If NFS is the "Network Failure System", NIS
>> be the "Network Insecurity Service".
> Jim, Asheesh has a point, that you really shouldn't expose NFS, NIS, or
> the rpc portmapper to the open Internet. If you want to make that
> service available to local IPs only, within Javacat, that might be
> reasonable security compromise. (The typical deployment is within a
> protected corporate LAN.)
> P.S.: I hope that "NIS and NFS" on
> http://linuxmafia.com/kb/Network_Other/ is some use to you, though it
> not Red Hat-specific.
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