First, install VSFTP (Very Secure File Transfer Protocol) using the following command: Now edit the vsftpd.conf file to perfect the setup of VSFTP open the file using You should be shown something similar to below: Make the following changes to the configuration file… anonymous_enable=NO local_enable=YES write_enable=YES chroot_local_users=YES now add the following lines to the bottom … More Securely Installing and Using FTP on Linux
See if the I.T delinquent has done anything useful for you… probably not.
Prerequisites: I would install nano, this is a text editor on Linux which is MUCH easier to use for beginners than vi. You can do this by using “sudo apt-get install nano” or “yum install nano” depending on your distribution of Linux. First we will need to find where in /dev your drive is … More Making External VFAT Drive Writable on Linux
This is just a neat little “tactic” I use when I need to connect to the same machine over and over again but don’t want to drive myself insane with having to constantly enter the same username and password. For example, when testing a script. First you need to enter your password, in plain text, … More Create, Store & Use Encrypted Passwords With PowerShell