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Distribution: mepis, ubuntu server ed. Debian. Redhat. Fedora, centos, LFS
trouble with hosts.deny
Yesterday everything went fine.
i was playing some whit webmin/usermin and squirrelmail and want to set this to fetchmail (still dont now if this is going to work)
when i go to one of my apache aliases set.
i end up whit my desktop 192.168.2.102
inside hosts.deny file every time..
i now a DENY can also set inside hosts.allow
so how do i get rid of this hosts.deny file.
i did remove the file. but hosts.deny ending up denying my desktop again
and my hosts.allow file perfectly stays on remove
also when i put my 192.168.2.102 inside hosts.allow i end up inside hosts.deny perfectly deny'ing ME.
webpage saing NOT-ALLOWED.
its a fileserver whit webinterfaces as sabnzb, torrentflux
so it can deny every outside ip adresses only when is set hosts.allow to allow one ip.
but they also end up inside hosts.deny
i only want to use hosts.allow to deny a host? manualy inside webmin or nano can this be done?
Also when i put ALLOW in stead of DENY inside the hosts.deny file
i end up whit a seccond rule
ALL : 192.168.2.102 DENY
and deny'ing myself?
its UBUNTU Server Edition 9.10
Linux server 2.6.31-17-server #54-Ubuntu SMP Thu Dec 10 18:06:56 UTC 2009 x86_64 GNU/Linux
i already did remove TCPD and all the PYTHON-TCPWRAP utilities
hosts.deny still is coming back?
so like i said its a fileserver for the internal network.
whit download capability's throug webinterfaces