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you should employ an admin who can take care of your security needs, i am always here if needed. Sadly i just lost my job.
why are the kernels so always out of date.
Guess you'd better run fsck first !
your own fault mate, i dont have it
yeah it did wipe named.conf but it was no worry as i had backed up named.conf so no problems arose.
gonna do this with the latest version?
what happens if they are in the environment where they dont have to type the full command path? would be pointless to just block /bin/chown like...
how would i get round it ? i wish to install these files.
The following Packages were marked to be skipped by your configuration:
Name Version Rel Reason...
no man, it just downloads that for dependencies as far as i can figure out.
im using 1.3.33, you can use apache 2 as it says in the apache...
nevermind, i figured it, it needed the apache logs dir renaming for some reason, then it all installed fine.
when i attempt to upgrade, it says this at a certain point during install
Testing package set / solving RPM inter-dependencies......
my build apache states that its mod_ssl 2.8.22, once selected and i "build apache" it still shows it compiling and building in 2.8.21-1.3.32...
pro version:1.0rc2.8 here and im using WHM 9.9.8 cPanel 9.9.8-E52
throw in the towel, its fucked!
correct, nothing is totally secure, it just helps prevent, or bides time so that someone cant bust root.
It does help to stop malicious users...