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You can use fail2web, but, as this is only a frontend to fail2ban, is not easier to use than modifying fail2ban's text files.


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Nothing much will change in regards to WAN exposure, as long as you're not configuring the server to proxy or route any traffic. Services intended for the LAN only should be configured to only run on the appropriate interface, regardless of whether there's a firewall in place. There is an increased risk if one of the externally facing services is ...


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I'm interested in a similar solution as the one you're describing, and from what I've read, this may be of interest for your setup: There is no native iSCSI initiator on OS X. There are alternatives. Xsan looks like the standard on OS X but I'm at a loss there. The Time Machine share or volume has to be set as AFP in order to work (you mention SMB, ...


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According to MacTracker, the highest OS that computer can handle is OS 10.6.8. So your best bet is a 10.6 install DVD.


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For the Mac Pro 1,1 and 2,1 you will need to add "Mac-F4208DC8","Mac-F4208DA9". If you are not using a Mac Pro then you will need to get your board ID by entering this command in terminal: ioreg -lp IOService | grep board-id


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I found an article on Macworld that suggested two apps: Hidden Undercover Their pricing is quite different. Undercover charges $49 for unlimited use on 1 device, while Hidden charges $2.50/month for 3 devices. If you want a free option, I think Mackeeper's Anti-Theft feature is free, but I don't trust them. Update: I found a free app called Prey which ...


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System terminal: defaults delete com.apple.Terminal iTerm2: defaults delete com.googlecode.iterm2


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A late-model, mid-range Mini will be fine. If all you need is a personal webserver and compiler farm it's very good value. Probably not powerful enough for rendering 3D animation unless you're patient. Your storage concerns are very easily eliminated by plugging in an external drive. Get a small SSD with the Mini, store your stuff on a FW800 or Thunderbolt ...


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When you edit a page you see an arrow in tools bar that permit you to insert link (external or internal). For the internal link don't copy/paste url, cause it'll doesn't work if you migrate your wiki to another server. Just use wiki tools.



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