ftpd and sshd?
calcpage at aol.com
Thu Jun 24 21:16:00 UTC 2010
On Jun 22, 2010, at 9:49 PM, Calcpage <calcpage at aol.com> wrote:
> On Jun 22, 2010, at 7:41 PM, Johnneylee Rollins <johnneylee.rollins at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Ubuntu only has the SSH client installed by default, same goes with
>> the ftp client.
>> You have to choose and install your server applications.
>> openssh-server is the server, openssh-client comes installed on
>> by default. vsftpd is a server daemon as well, and ftp is a client
>> that comes preinstalled with Ubuntu.
>> What do you mean about matching servers?
>> Why would you install the server without installing the clients, are
>> you that short on disk space you can't afford <5Mb packages?
> Sorry, bad choice of words! I don't need matching servers. I want
> the new server to replace the 2 old ones I have setup aleady (one is
> an FTP server, the other is an sftp server).
> Also, I should not install an FTP client or a ssh client if these
> are installed already, right? Do I have to install a particular
> server due to the clients that are already installed?
> Last, but not least, can I run multiple services on one box? For
> example, can I run vsftpd and openssh-server on the same PC?
> A. Jorge Garcia
> Applied Math & CS
> Sent from my iPod
Wow, this really annoying! The tech guys ran 2 new Ethernet drops for
my new dual nic server. Problem is that they are both on the private
network - no Ethernet! I need one nic on the public network so I can
install stuff via aptitude and the other nic on the public network for
my kids to save their work via sftp. I need to do an aptitude update
with canonical so I can install the jre plugin in firefox. I also
have to install xournal, vlc, handbrake, vsftp and openssh-server. I
am just sitting here spinning my wheels waiting for the tech guy to
A. Jorge Garcia
Applied Math & CS
Sent from my iPod
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