FileZilla is a popular and feature-rich FTP/SFTP program. Among its many features is the ability to change the permissions of a remote file or directory, such as read, write, and execute permissions. In this guide, we’ll show you how to do that.
Want to install an older version of a package through apt on Ubuntu? We’ll show you how in the steps below. This should also work on other Debian-based Linux distributions that use the apt package manager.
You’ve just finished installing CentOS in a virtual machine or physical computer. But when you try to access the internet, you can’t. Does this sound familiar? It’s because the network interface doesn’t have an IP address, but there’s a simple command you can use to remedy this instantly.
Setting up RSA keys for passwordless SSH is the most secure way to avoid being prompted for a password when connecting to a remote host with SSH. However, you can also supply the SSH password in the SSH command itself with the sshpass utility.
Protecting your server from an onslaught of SSH packets is easy with iptables. There are a few options for configuring the protection, depending on whether you want to block repeated brute forcing or only allow whitelisted IPs to connect. We’ll show you all the options in this guide.