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Old 9th May 2006, 15:12
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Hi

great Tool

i want to request RSSH-Support !! .. at least some restrictions and pseudo-chroot ( kindo ) would be possilbe with this ..

another request would be to be able to determine SSL-Sites by port not by IP-only .. i have several SSL-Servers for the same IP but for different Ports .. that would make ist possible to handle many sites without the need to buy more IPs.


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Hi

great Tool

i want to request RSSH-Support !! .. at least some restrictions and chroot ( kindo ) would be possilbe with this ..
Do you have a URL? Did you take a look here? http://www.howtoforge.com/chrooted_ssh_howto_debian

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another request would be to be able to determine SSL-Sites by port not by IP-only .. i have several SSL-Servers for the same IP but for different Ports .. that would make ist possible to handle many sites without the need to buy more IPs.
ISPConfig is primarily designed for use in datacenters and for ISPs, no for home usage in a local network (of course, you can do that, too ). No ISP would run SSL sites on another port than 443.
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Do you have a URL? Did you take a look here? http://www.howtoforge.com/chrooted_ssh_howto_debian
that solution you mentioned needs recompiling and a chroot-style environment ..

RSSH is a user-shell that only need minimum apdation to be jailed ( not chrooted - this is not needed )

since rssh is scp/sftp/rsync only this would be a good feature ..

indeed there is are links :
http://www.herethere.net/~samson/rssh_chroot.html

i think a addon-package will do this.

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>> ISPConfig is primarily designed for use in datacenters and for ISPs, no for home
>> usage in a local network (of course, you can do that, too ). No ISP would run
>> SSL sites on another port than 443.
)-P

.. well i do know some who do ..

non-profit .. gimme a change man

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Old 14th May 2006, 07:55
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another request would be to be able to determine SSL-Sites by port not by IP-only .. i have several SSL-Servers for the same IP but for different Ports .. that would make ist possible to handle many sites without the need to buy more IPs.
-c-
I Would prefer the "free will" over some restriction in a GPL-SW .. its ok when there is a warning , but it make the option above impossible if ISPC "DENIES" any further action of the Administrator .. thats why I posted it as Feature-Request

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-c-

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I Would prefer the "free will" over some restriction in a GPL-SW
ISPConfig isn't licensed under the GPL, it uses the BSD license which is a major difference.
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ISPConfig isn't licensed under the GPL, it uses the BSD license which is a major difference.
thats a word

but i guess you know what i meant ?

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Yes. We might think of it if we find enough time...
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