Tag Archives: linux
Have been banging my head on this for a while now. Logwatch kept reporting in his daily summary something along the lines of what below: ——————— clam-update Begin ———————— No updates detected in the log for the freshclam daemon (the ClamAV update process). If the freshclam daemon is not running, you may need to restart […]
Here are the steps necessary in order to have the SFTP subsystem of the SSH (secure shell) daemon log operations on disk. 1. edit /etc/ssh/sshd_confing and look for the line: Uncomment it and update it as follows: -l INFO instructs the sftp server subsystem of the sshd daemon to log events, while -f LOCAL6 tells it […]
If you are an iPhone developer you probably know all about the fun of having to download pretty much every day the previous’ day sales report from iTunesConnect, since after a week it’s gone. Started to look around for an automated tool and found some great pointer over at just2me.com — since I wanted to […]
If you happen to have fun from time to time with *nix shells, and bash in particular, you’ve probably noticed that the command history will soon fill itself up with same-sort-of-commands such the usual ‘ls -la’, ‘uptime’, ‘df -ah’, etc.