What is Authentication Monitor?
If you have a Linux server running Debian or Ubuntu and want to be notified when certain users gain access to one or more of your critical services (e.g. “ssh/sshd” and “proftpd”), then Authentication Monitor might be just what you’re looking for.
Authentication Monitor runs silently in the background as a system service and monitors a user-defined list of services running on you server. Whenever a user successfully authenticates with one of these services from an unknown IP-address, you will receive an e-mail notifying you of the incident.
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Ubuntu is, out of the box, pretty good at handling mobile Internet connections via bluetooth from various mobile devices. It even supports the iPhone to some extent.
I’ve been using Ubuntu’s built in functions to access the Internet from my netbook via my iPhone for quite a while now, but I have never been completely satisfied with the reliability, when connecting/disconnecting to the iPhone.
I take the train to work just about every day, and usually I would have to do some tinkering with both my iPhone and my netbook, every time I wanted to connect to the Internet.
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I recently tried installing the latest version of Ubuntu on my Via EPIA 10000 M board, to use it as a Media Center. But I experienced some strange behavior.
After about 30 to 60 minutes of use, my system completely locked up.
All I could do to get the system back up, was perform a hard reboot.
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