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SSH is a great way to remotely administer a server. However, it still has a number of issues when you open it up to the world. The server and client communications are secure but that doesn’t mean the hosts involved are. Opening an SSH service to the world allows for brute force attacks and means that the carbon interface is still the weakest link.
su is run a shell with substitute user and group IDs. su is used to become another user during a login session. Invoked without a username, su defaults to becoming the super user. The optional argument - may be used to provide an environment similar to what the user would expect had the user logged in directly.
Can anyone tell me how to setup a complete mail server in Ubuntu 6.06 Server?Well i know this much that i have to setup IMAP but it didnt install, well again i read that i had to install agent like MTA(Mail Transfer Agent),MDA(Mail Delivering agent),MUA(mail user agent) is it necessary?Others even told that i've to setup Postfix,Dovecot Server,Mailman,are these all necessary to setup a mail server like IMAP?
Plz help me its urgent?
and also tell me how to configure it correctly so...
I started to look at what is needed to get the remote working.
This indicates patching is possible, but there's a note about support being in more recent kernels.
The board is referenced as SAA7134_BOARD_AVERMEDIA_777 in the saa7134 source; SAA7134_BOARD_AVERMEDIA_A16AR is also mentioned, and seems to be the chipset reference - I've seen it in the win32 inf, so the 777...