[TAG] More spam than content?
jimregan at o2.ie
Wed Aug 11 23:45:37 MSD 2004
Ben Okopnik wrote:
>On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 07:52:33PM +0100, Jimmy O'Regan wrote:
>>Ben Okopnik wrote:
>>>Update: I *think* I've got the general idea of how to do this -
>>>su -c 'ssh -l ben -L 25:linuxgazette.net:25'
>>>now gives me a "Hi from genetikayos.com" when I do a "telnet localhost 25".
>>>However, I'm a little fuzzy on how to test it, given that I _am_ at work
>>>right now (my students are doing a half-hour-long exercise, so I've got a
>>>little time to play.) I'll probably find out if it works tonight, from my
>>>brother's place. If it does, it'll make a nice 2-cent tip.
>>That got me started... I'm looking at different ways of running Linux
>>under Windows at the moment, and tried to forward HTTP to CoLinux (User
>>Mode Linux ported to the NT kernel) but it's not working:
>>$ ssh -N -f -l jimmy -L 80:192.168.0.40:80 192.168.0.40
>>$ telnet localhost 80
>>channel 1: open failed: administratively prohibited: open failed
>>Connected to PC.
>>Escape character is '^]'.
>>Connection closed by foreign host.
>>Grr. I have
>>in /etc/ssh/sshd_config and don't have no-port-forwarding in
>>~/.ssh.authorized_keys. Any ideas?
>Yep. You're trying to forward a low port, which requires root access.
>"administratively prohibited" seems to hint at that being the case.
No, using port 8000 does the same - this is Windows at the client end,
where every user is the superuser. Doing the same thing using
genetikayos.com works just fine. I thought it might that Apache is
refusing the connection, but it doesn't seem to be that either.
While messing around with the ServerName and ServerAlias stuff, I
noticed that it accepts wildcards: I always wondered how those
name.of-person.to-be-insulted.com sites worked.
$sname = getenv (SERVER_NAME);
$pname = basename ($sname, ".hostname.com");
$a = array();
$a = split ("\.", $pname);
foreach ($a as $e)
print ucfirst ($e) . ' ';
?> was here.</p>
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