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I'm a web developer, application engineer

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comment How to create custom commands on Linux?
you could also add a bash alias .. ~/.bash_aliases
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comment NGINX, FastCGI PHP with FTP Access, How to setup users/permissions?
thx for the info, what i currently dislike about the pools is that it simply stands around just wasting memory. Really the only thing needed is the ability to run php as a different owner per vhost
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comment How to make Shared Keys .ssh/authorized_keys and sudo work together?
when using a private key is it typical to set a password for it, or is it secure enough to simply not have it set and bypass any password entry on server login
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comment How to make Shared Keys .ssh/authorized_keys and sudo work together?
how is this logic: turning off the password in the sudoers file would still be secure, as the system is hardened via the pub/private key logins ... and again only admin would be able to add users to sudoers list
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comment How to make Shared Keys .ssh/authorized_keys and sudo work together?
i don't mind using the password, the problem it seems is after i disable the user password via: passwd -l user ... I can still login to the system via the pub/private key (private key has a secure password), when i do an sudo it asks for a password but this is not the password from the private key it seems, where is this password set if ive disabled it for the user (I would rather try to avoid maintaining a password on the ssystem and on the private key)