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Saydul Akram

I am one of the employees in one of local television in Southeast sulawesi and is also currently active in the Linux user group Indonesia territory Kendari. then formed the opensuse community Kendari.I am also involved in the opensuse-id team to representatives of Kendari area. “Pelajarilah semesta ini. Jangan merasa kecewa jika dunia tidak mengenal anda, tapi kecewalah jika anda tidak mengenal dunia” [Kong Fu Tse] “

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openSUSE Multimedia, Based on opensuse 12.3

May 10th, 2013 by

openSUSE Multimedia is a modified version of openSUSE with the goal of making it more usable, in particular for users without an internet connection, while trying to remain compatible with openSUSE. Features compared to openSUSE include better multimedia support by including codec audio & video (Restricted Format), and other software,such as gimp,inkscape,imagewriter,vlc,audacity,smplayer,gmplayer,amarok,banshe and etc..

openSUSE Multimedia 32bit x86 based on openSUSE 12.3 with default desktop Gnome3 http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:GNOME_3.0

download :http://susestudio.com/a/haHwG8/opensuse-multimedia

Thanks to openSUSE Indonesia, KPLI Kendari

openSUSE 12.1 Multimedia Built on Susestudio

April 9th, 2012 by

I was Inspired by the time  in a remote area, which is absolutely no internet connection, but I have problem when trying to share the DVD installer openSUSE 12.1 to Students and teachers at the vocational school, because the default openSUSE 12.1  distribution does not include Audio & Video codec, the issue of License GPL (General Public License) that embraced by the openSUSE distro. I try to make openSUSE Multimedia is ready for use by the user without having to depend on internet connection because they have to install Codecs Audio & Video.
Nothing is different the official openSUSE 12.1 with openSUSE Multimedia, I just added some applications that do not exist in the original distribution of openSUSE and add Restricted_formats  codec, in addition to applications and libraries that were included are up to date of http://download.opensuse.org/update/12.1/.

openSUSE 12.1 Multimedia 32-bit Base on openSUSE  12.1, using the default desktop  Gnome  3 sprinkled with cinnamon.
openSUSE 12.1 Multimedia  built using susestudio.com, and are designed to be ready to use for users who want to feel the openSUSE but trouble Internet connection, because they have to install codecs mp3, mp4, wmv and some other restricted format http://opensuse-community.org/Restricted_formats.

As for some of the packages included in it are:

A. LibreOffice
2. banshe
3. Amarok
4. Brasero
5. Cheese
6. Empathy
7. Xchat
8. flash-player
9. Gmplayer
14.etc …

If you want to use it please download via http://susestudio.com/a/haHwG8/opensuse-multimedia

Thanks To:  openSUSE Indonesia Team,  Kendari Linux Users Group, and Susestudio.com

Securing SSH (Secure Shell) from attacker

March 22nd, 2011 by

Secure Shell or SSH is a network protocol that allows exchange of data through secure channels between two network devices.

Particularly widely used on Linux and Unix-based system to access your shell, SSHwas designed as a substitute for Telnet and other insecure remote shells, which sentinformation, especially passwords, in the form of simple text that makes it easy to be intercepted. Encryption used by SSH provides confidentiality and integrity of dataover an insecure network like the Internet.

For the Security Server We From Attacks The attacker who usually Always Use SSHAs a door Early Entry Into System To us, of course, become an admin obligation todispel various Efforts That.

There are several ways which ordinary people do to secure SSH from a variety ofattacks which one of them is by editing the file / etc / ssh / sshd_config.

before doing the configuration in the file / etc / ssh / sshd_config make sure SSH isinstalled on your linux distribution, and for openSUSE that I use it already automatically installed.

#vim /etc/ssh/sshd_config

change options, as below :

LoginGraceTime 2m
PermitRootLogin no
MaxAuthTries 3

LoginGraceTime which option is used to give a time limit of user logins, so please change these options according to your wishes.

PermitRootLogin is no option to allow the root user can login to ssh or not to give yes or no value on the options tersebut.sebaiknya give no value, so that users can not loginas root into your ssh.

MaxAuthTries 3 to give the limit on the number of errors allowed when the user logs in,this is very useful to avoid attackers do brute force on the server anda.dimana usersonly allowed to make a mistake typing the password in accordance with that alreadyset on the options.

If you want only certain users who may log into your ssh add AllowUsers option at the end of the line followed by a distinguished user name in the allowed login.

otherwise, you can install software, denyhost, for your ssh security

NB:do not enable the root user, for ssh login

Similarly, a fairly simple tutorial .. hopefully this can be useful.

Best Regards
Saydul Akram
Email : idulk@opensuse.org