blackPanter as Server and monitoring with…

Hello there,

I’m using the blackPanther OS as server on many hosts.  The blackPanther OS installation and configuration is very easy.  Here is an example for the simple Apache server:

#installing apache-mp-prefork

And then run it manually:

# services httpd start

You will get a blackPanther Webserver right now:

More security on my blackPanther OS-Webserver

I attached in to the update repository a few useful RPMs,  if  other people want to use the same service like I use in my the blackPanther OS servers.

New kernel variants are available:

Grsecurity is an extensive security enhancement to the Linux kernel

kernel-grsec-desktop-3.13.5-1bP-1-1bP.i586.rpm (also latest, source and devel rpm too)
kernel-grsec-server-3.13.5-1bP-1-1bP.i586.rpm (also latest, source and devel rpm too)
kernel-grsec-source-3.13.5-1bP-1-1bP.i586.rpm
Tool for GrSec kernels: gradm-3.0

RSBAC (Rule Set Based Access Control) is an open source access control framework for current Linux kernels

kernel-rsbac-desktop-3.4.5-1bP-1-1bP.i586.rpm (also latest, source and devel rpm too)
kernel-rsbac-desktop586-3.4.5-1bP-1-1bP.i586.rpm (also latest, source and devel rpm too)
kernel-rsbac-server-3.4.5-1bP-1-1bP.i586.rpm (also latest, source and devel rpm too)
kernel-rsbac-source-3.4.5-1bP-1-1bP.i586.rpm
For Rsbac kernel’s tool name is rsbac-admin (to run in terminal type: rsbac_menu and you will get this)
The next one is Tmux a very useful console based application to server managing or monitoring:
Tmux is a software application that can be used to multiplex several virtual consoles, allowing a user to access multiple separate terminal sessions inside a single terminal window or remote terminal session. It is useful for dealing with multiple programs from a command line interface, and for separating programs from the Unix shell that started the program.[1] It provides much of the same functionality as GNU Screen
To run the blackPanther OS specified release type in termial:  blackPanther-tmux [press enter] and you will get this :

The tmux installing and running howto:

#updating repo Update
#installing tmux
#blackPanther-tmux
Standard config will provide to you 4 standard console screen. Two konsole is divided into main screen, 2 is normal.
The pre-definied hotkeys:
You can select with ALT+1/2/3/4 keys a console window
You want switch between frames with ATL+a Up/Down/left/right buttons

To list all hotkeys, type:

tmux info

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