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How is possible enable user authentication and use SSL (https) to connect in ElasticSearc?
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Elastic provides a guide that should be able to help you with this:
As the title says.
Is it possible to use full disk encryption on an Ubuntu 14 droplet?
My understanding is that it's not possible to use full encryption after installation. While it is possible to encrypt user folders and other selected areas.
I'm referring to the option of full encryption that is asked during installation of Ubuntu.
Hi I have installed the latest version of ubuntu 15.04 and have tried to follow this guide
this is what I have done
Adding user `mike2099' ...
Adding new group `mike2099' (1000) ...
Adding new user `mike2099' (1000) with group `mike2099' ...
Creating home directory `/home/mike2099' ...
Copying files from `/etc/skel' ...
Enter new UNIX password:
Retype new UNIX password:
passwd: password updated successfully
Changing the user information for mike2099
Enter the new value, or press ENTER for the default
Full Name : Mike
Room Number :
Work Phone :
Home Phone :
Is the information correct? [Y/n] y
root@mikejsaunders:~# gpasswd -a mike2099 sudo
Adding user mike2099 to group sudo
root@mikejsaunders:~# su mike2099
mike2099@mikejsaunders:/root$ mkdir .ssh
mkdir: cannot create directory ‘.ssh’: Permission denied
I presumed the directions for the newer version would work the same
this is the 3rd time I have tired this and I get the same error every time, I have setup an ssh key already and when I create the droplet I am adding it, based on the instructions I should add the key to the new user in order to secure the new users account ? or have I missed something
since we don't get a password, what is the way to do this?
I am a new here. I have a question.
1. I created Joomla Ubuntu droplet
2. I connected to droplet using putty.exe
3. I launched MC file manager in order to look at list of folders and files
4. in the parent directory I found a number of folders:
5. as I understand files and folders for website are located at var/www/html and access to these files could be organised somehow from the internet....
6. The question is: are there any ways to get access to the rest list of files and folders (which are NOT located in var/www/html). I mean, should I protect these files somehow in order to prevent unathorised access to these files?