[PC-BSD Testing] Kernel Panic on Wireless + shutdown
kris at pcbsd.com
Mon Dec 15 15:39:02 PST 2008
Denyhosts only needs to be running when ssh is, since it just guards against bruteforce ssh attempts. We could set it up to be enabled only when ssh is. That would be too difficult.
From: Arthur Koziol
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Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] Kernel Panic on Wireless + shutdown
Sent: Dec 15, 2008 3:59 PM
> > 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.
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