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Here is an improved walkthrough to install fail2ban on OS X 10.10 (it probably works on 10.9 also) based on the (somehow faulty) guide at forgetcomputers.zendisk.com. The automated installer didn't work at all for me so I did it manually. cd to ~/Downloads and download fail2ban-0.8.10 cd ~/Downloads curl -O ...


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XQuartz, which is the OS X X-server implementation doesn't support native Aqua apps like Mail.app, just regular unix X-server apps - xterm, etc, so I don't think this will work for you. However, OS X does come with VNC built in, if you want to share screens from Windows. It's under Sharing in System Preferences, check the box for 'Screen Sharing'. See this: ...


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In your local network setup all services heavily rely on a properly working Bonjour service (dns-sd), because you have no local domain name service. To detect propagated dns-sd services of a host use the following command (please replace "ip-address" below by the ip-address of your Mac named user-mbp; use ifconfig -a on that Mac to get it): dig ...


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Installing Server.app has several benefits for traditional UNIX hands since OS X makes configuration choices on the client OS that don't work well for people that live in the command line world. (Max files per process, VM tuning, other various kernel tuning changes) Barring an easy solution, I would recommend installing Server and then enabling OS X ...


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I was missing a piece of the puzzle that klanomath kindly filled by linking to this “Setting up Fail2ban on Mac OS X 10.7+” post, and Buscar웃 reinforced with this “Integrating PF with Fail2ban 0.9” post. While PF was adding the IP address to the fail2ban table, it didn’t know what to do with it. There are a couple of ways to achieve this: The first post ...


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In this solution we need to tell ssh to create a pseudo terminal with -tt then use a heredoc to send the commands to the remote location. ssh -tt user@domain.com <<EOF cd /var/www/website/ git pull logout EOF



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