RoundCube provides a robust web interface for managing mail. I want one of my domains to use a different logon screen and log, however, I want all the other domains to maintain the default.
RoundCube provides a configuration file, config.inc.php which holds the system configuration information. In todays environment, branding of some type is almost a prerequisite and this is also true for Roundube.
I wanted to change the navigation color, the color of the icons at the top, representing tabs, from the system default of #c70f19 to #04b4b0.
I had to spend a bit of time figuring out how to change the logo in ispconfig. Thanks to the folks at howtoforge for the ISP Config 3.1 custom logo post.
To disable the system firewall,
- systemctl stop firewalld.service
- systemctl disable firewalld.service
Conversely, to enable the system firewall,
- systemctl enable firewalld.service
- systemctl start firewalld.service
SELinux is a security extension for the linux operating system. With it, you can provide a more robust security policy allowing for granular access to system resources.
Here, I will show you how to disable this wonderful feature, which, i bet, is done by most linux admins, for better or worse.
- Logon to your system as root.
- edit the /etc/selinux/config file
- Replace the line, SELINUX=enforcing with SELINUX=disabled
- Save the file
RKHunter is a root kit and malware hunter used to protect your servers. When RKHunter is executed, it will by default send an email to the configured administrator if any warnings occur. This is nice, but the email doesn’t indicate the issue, it simply says “Please inspect this machine, because it may be infected“.
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