Tagged: BASH

Checklist when rc.local does not run on boot on Debian 7 Wheezy

Checklist when rc.local does not run on boot on Debian 7 Wheezy Make sure file is located /etc/rc.local Permissions root:root 755 The shebang is in place in the first line #!/bin/sh -e You bash script has a . and full path ./home/me/myscript.sh The last line must be exit 0

Some Bash Scripts to Manage Remote Server

Script to Update and Upgrade #! /bin/bash chmod 700 /usr/bin/apt-get chmod 700 /usr/bin/aptitude chmod 700 /usr/bin/dpkg swapoff -a chown username:username /home/username/* chmod 700 /home/username/* apt-get update && apt-get upgrade –show-upgraded -y Script to End session and Harden some critical files #! /bin/bash swapon -a chmod 000 /usr/bin/apt-get chmod 000 /usr/bin/aptitude chmod 000 /usr/bin/dpkg find /home/username/ -size 0 -exec rm '{}'...

Set BASH as Default Shell

Enter at the prompt $ bash If command not found error, install BASH # pkg_add -r -v bash Now find where BASH is installed $ which bash You should see (Ubuntu) /bin/bash Change shell to BASH $ chsh -s /bin/bash username username is your User Name You should see: Password: Provide your login password You’ll need to logout (exit) and...

Create User on Debian and Ubuntu

Users and Groups Users are located in /etc/passwd Groups are located in /etc/group The administrative ROOT account is disabled by default in Ubuntu . If you wish to enable the root account, simply give it a password by typing sudo passwd To disable the root account sudo passwd -l root The initial user created by the Ubuntu installer is a...