Re: resc1440.bin to Floppy
I got it with adding the following to the hosts.allow file:
ALL: my.ip.address: ALLOW
ALL: ALL: DENY
It works great. Thank you for the help.
Michael Anthon wrote:
> Try this...
> in /etc/hosts.allow put
> all:local, your.ip.address
> in /etc/hosts.deny
> This should allow access to all services from "you.ip.address" and deny
> access to all services from anywhere else. The files are processed in the
> order allow then deny. Try "man hosts.allow".. it's actually fairly well
> explained once you get your head around it.
> httpd access is not controlled via these files since it is not run from
> inetd (normally).
> Michael Anthon
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: ds [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Saturday, 9 January 1999 12:42
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: resc1440.bin to Floppy
> > Sorry to bother you with this, but I am a little confused
> > with the hosts.allow and hosts.deny files.
> > I would like everyone to have access to my server as a web server,
> > but I would only like to allow one IP address access for telnet
> > and FTP.
> > How can I setup these two files to not run over each other? Does
> > one file have precedence over the other?
> > BTW - Once I got debian past the first floppy disk, it went ahead
> > and installed just like the i386 version and works GREAT! Thanks
> > for the help with the rawrite.
> > Thanks.
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