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Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 16:56

Does anyone know how I can run xampp in a tcp wrapper.
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby Nobbie » 06. March 2009 17:26

>Does anyone know how I can run xampp in a tcp wrapper.

Yes, Google knows. Simply look for "tcp wrapper apache".
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby Wiedmann » 06. March 2009 18:10

how I can run xampp in a tcp wrapper.

You mean Apache with XAMPP (XAMPP is a bundle of three independent servers)?
--> Not possible.
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 19:54

Yes is just didn’t know if there was an easy way to add all the services without adding each on separately by using /opt/lamp/lamp as the service or something
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 20:00

Oh and thanks Noobie for taking your time to answer my question in such a friendly and detailed manner. I didn’t know this forum was such a friendly place. I thought this forum was for support I don’t know it was called you’re an idiot for asking a question. Please forgive me.
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby Wiedmann » 06. March 2009 20:04

just didn’t know if there was an easy way to add all the services

Hm, an "/opt/lamp/lamp start" starts all 3 servers at once.

Maybe you want read this?
http://www.apachefriends.org/en/faq-xam ... x.html#fsl
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 20:36

Xampp boots at startup but is not in a TCP wrapper. Should this be since it does start at boot time ?
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby Wiedmann » 06. March 2009 20:46

but is not in a TCP wrapper.

Correct. The script just starts 3 servers.
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 20:56

So I would have to wrap each service in a tcp wrapper separately?
and thank you for taking you time to answer my questions i really do appreciate it I know this might seam trivial to some.
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby Wiedmann » 06. March 2009 20:58

So I would have to wrap each service in a tcp wrapper separately?

No. You can't wrap a service in a tcp-wrapper, if this service (server) does not have support for tcp-wrappers.
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 21:00

So is apache in xampp compiled to be used with tcp wrappers?
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby Wiedmann » 06. March 2009 21:10

So is apache in xampp compiled to be used with tcp wrappers?

You can't compile Apache2 with support for tcp wrappers.
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 21:15

If I want to block hosts I can only do this with iptables then?
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby Wiedmann » 06. March 2009 21:19

If I want to block hosts I can do this with iptables then?

That's possible.

(Or just read the Apache manual (Authentication, Authorization, and Access Control).)
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Re: Xampp TCP wrappers

Postby merlin214365 » 06. March 2009 21:25

Trying to stop a DOS attack which is using a SYN flood using apache to block ip address will still give a SYN ACK and will not be effective :(
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