[nycbug-talk] Setting up a home network with FreeBSD (not connected to the Internet yet)

Steve Rieger steve.rieger
Tue Aug 30 10:04:30 EDT 2005

On Aug 29, 2005, at 11:45 PM, Maude User wrote:

> Hello All -
> - Once the network is set up, can I use something
> like SSH or Webmin from the laptop to install and
> configure packages on the server, without
> attaching a keyboard and monitor?
> - What security should I be setting up NOW, so that
> the server will be secure once it goes co-lo?
> Thanks for any help.
> Scott in Brooklyn

alot of ancronyms come to mind.

first off just assign any ip address to the "server"
set up apache to do virtual hosting at any ip address.

install ssh and get if you have space the who9le dists dir from any  
of the fbsd ftp servers.

why use webmin tn install anything use either source or ports.

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