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SSH on linux

I just enabled my linux box (Ubuntu) with SSH server. I needed a way to remotely connect to my business remotely while at home.

One of the things I wanted was:
*Something secure
*Something easily accessible inside any network.
*Dynamic Host IP to connect without having a static IP address.
*Modify Hardware Firewall to only allow inbound traffic to this new port.

Here are a few quick sites I used to setup my environment:

Setting up OpenSSH Server

Changing default SSH Banner.


First Blog of the Blog

My first blog. Wow, hope no one reads my worthless junk. This is in hopes of my dream to become completely self sufficient as a consumer.

My goals of the blog:

  • Linux blogs: A great place to remember all of great “other” sites out there where I can remember how I mounted my secondary drive, installing print drivers, getting VMWare loaded for Windows, finding a DVD burning solution. BYE BYE WINDOWS. I’m tired of you.
  • Solar blogs: I’d like to learn even more and spread my knowledge of solar in the state of Missouri. Right now, I know enough about solar to start building a bigger community of solar in the state. More to come on what I have and my goals of solar.