Klaatu talks about SSH, changing SSH ports, and using SSH keys for the server you presumably set up after hearing Server Basics 101 in this series.
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Comment #1 posted on 2017-12-05T08:49:41Z by 0xf10e
what's more bothersome about `sudo yum whatprovides *bin/semanage` than searching for all the SELinux packages and installing them to maybe get the right tool installed?
That's a feature a _really_ like about yum. And no need to jump through hoops like installing `apt-file` and updating its database necessary.
Comment #2 posted on 2018-01-02T17:34:03Z by Frank
This is the best description of ssh public/private keys that I have encountered.
Comment #3 posted on 2018-01-08T21:45:54Z by Klaatu
Re: yum whatprovides?
I somehow missed this comment until the monthly show read it aloud.
Agreed, Frank. yum (and dnf, now) really is a great interface to packages. I have found zypper in openSUSE to be pretty neat, too.
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