[PC-BSD Testing] Kernel Panic on Wireless + shutdown

Arthur Koziol A-Koziol at neiu.edu
Mon Dec 15 12:59:42 PST 2008


> > I should have checked this list too..
> >
> > there are quite a few services that are not needed and I believe that most
> > of the average people will never user, for example SNMP, old HP printer,
> > FVCOOL???, lircd .. those, in my opinion, should be in the 
> service list and
> > allow only people that want to turn them on to do it.
> >
> > what you guys think about it?
> >
> > fabry
>
>I can agree with that, we could even disable ssh in most cases and leave
>that in the services tool. Do you guys have a list of which services you
>think should be disabled and left in the services tool for users to
>re-enable if needed?

SSH could be disabled by default and with it, Denyhosts. I would think power
users make use of the SSH functionality whereas average joe/jane user
wouldn't. Is there any downside to not having Denyhosts running?

my 2 cents.
Arthur 



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