SSH Posts

Passwordless SSH logins on Linux

You Shall Not Password - Password-less SSH login

Passwordless SSH logins offer vast security improvements over standard password login. Additionally once setup passwordless logins offer a convenience of not having to enter a password when logging in from the same system.

ScreenFetch at Login on Arch Linux

screenFetch on Arch Linux

screenFetch is a Bash Screenshot Information Tool that prints ASCII art along with basic system information when executed. Many distributions are supported with unique ASCII art included. It is useful to run it on login automatically to immediately see system information.

ownCloud on Shared Web Hosting

ownCloud logo

ownCloud is an open-source, self-hosted cloud service that can be installed on a local or remote server. For better performance and reliability it’s best to host it on a commercial hosting service. Both dedicated and shared web hosting packages will work assuming the service is reasonably feature rich. If reliability is not an issue it can be hosted on a local home server without issues as well.

OpenSSH Server on Arch Linux

OpenSSH Server on Arch Linux

OpenSSH allows powerful and convenient way to remotely access remote systems. However it creates a possible security weakness which is one reason it is not installed by default. With proper configuration it can be secured and allows the administration of headless servers servers or other devices.