ftpd and sshd?
calcpage at aol.com
Tue Jun 22 22:21:51 UTC 2010
On Jun 22, 2010, at 5:22 PM, K V <vale.kenny at gmail.com> wrote:
> your Xeon may be x64, especially if it is post 2005, however, 32bit
> is fine.
> If you want the system to store files and act as a host for the
> students, then yes, you need both proftpd (or your choice) and ssh
> (which installs both openssh(client) and openssh-server(sshd))
> ssh is usually installed by default, in my experience.
> On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 4:57 PM, <calcpage at aol.com> wrote:
> OK, I don't need a mission critical server for my students. So, I
> think that I will set up my new quad-core Xeon box with Ubuntu 10.04
> 32bit (not server) like I did my students's boxes.
> All I have to do is start ftpd and sshd, right? Do I have to install
> vsftpd and openssh-server?
> BTW, Xeon is 32bit, really? I read somewhere that is HP Proliant
> server can reach 12 GFlops, but its not 64bit....
> Thanx for all your help so far on ubuntu-users, you guys are great!
> A. Jorge Garcia
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Well, that's why I asked. I see, if memory servers as I am on the
road at present, /usr/bin/ssh and /usr/bin/ftp but not sshd nor ftpd.
So, Ubuntu installs the clients and not the server daemons?
OK, so which clients are they, vsftp or proftp? Is it openssh-
client? Do I have to install the matching servers? Can I get away
without installing any clients?
BTW, only the 32bit CD boots up....
A. Jorge Garcia
Applied Math & CS
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