IternaLIthoranyone here know about linux nvidia drivers?01:04
IternaLIthorshould i change it from neaveau?01:04
IternaLIthorwhat will happen?01:04
patdk-lapnot much, the nvidia driver really doesn't do anything on ubuntu server01:26
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Username__I'd like to use a GUI while remotely administrating my server, but I don't want to make my server vulnerable, or have it run while I'm not connected. Could you point me to a good resource on achieving this?04:09
lotuspsychje!info cockpit | Username__ maybe04:12
ubottuUsername__ maybe: cockpit (277-1, kinetic): Web Console for Linux servers. In component universe, is optional. Built by cockpit. Size 20 kB / 72 kB04:12
lotuspsychjerunning something remotely, would always be a risk for intruders04:13
lotuspsychjebetter try to manage your servers cli04:13
lotuspsychjemaybe elaborate the kind of administration you need, and volunteers might advice you how to approach Username__ 04:15
Username__I just installed cockpit, and that I can only access it over the local network with my long password seems pretty secure to me. (I'm no expert) I like all the features a great deal, but now I want to set up docker, and the guides I'm seeing are using GUIs. I probably don't need one, I'll do more research04:15
lotuspsychjeUsername__: ssh remote management could be one way to administrate, but also needs a security thinkover so your server doesnt get hammered on ssh 04:18
Username__If I set up ssh keys it should be good, since they're really long, right? I think I saw an option somewhere about that.04:19
ubottuSSH is the Secure SHell protocol, see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH for client usage. PuTTY is an SSH client for Windows; see: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ for its homepage. See also !scp (Secure CoPy) and !sshd (Secure SHell Daemon)04:20
ubottuSecurity Updates are dealt with here:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Security - See also !root, !firewall, !server, and !usn04:20
lotuspsychjesetting up another port on ssh and use fail2ban can help the hammering04:21
lotuspsychje!info fail2ban04:22
ubottufail2ban (0.11.2-6, kinetic): ban hosts that cause multiple authentication errors. In component universe, is optional. Built by fail2ban. Size 386 kB / 2,049 kB04:22
ravagewith ssh keys the hammering is really just annoying04:22
ravageand fail2ban can reduce youe log spam here yes04:22
ravagekeep in mind it is a universe package04:22
Username__Great, I told UFW to let 9090 through for cockpit and ssh, and enabled it, and installed fail2ban, though I installed firewalld when I first turned on cockpit because cockpit suggested it, and uninstalled it when it blocked cockpit. Should I try to switch over to firewalld, or is there a way to get rid of the "Not running (Error) message from cockpit in regards to firewalld?04:33
JanCif you use 'ufw', it can rate limit a port like 22, and then the hammering will be limited in practice...07:37
lotuspsychjemorning JanC 07:40
JanClots of people on the streets this morning!  :)07:40
lotuspsychjeyeah indeed07:41
apxseemaxoh reconnection it is I guess10:47
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apxseemaxHello, I am here to find the wizards of lake curtin so they may help me to get stuff from /cdrom/ to /target/. Still looking for help10:48
esvhave you tried: mount /dev/sr0 /target ? 14:33
esverr, do you have stuff in a CD and want to make it available on /target or do you have a directory called /cdrom and want to move/copy to /target ?14:34
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