Jun 14th, 2013 · Comments Off on How To Set A Warning Banner For SSH Logins
One of the earlier posts described how to install SSH server on Ubuntu. Now, it may be necessary to set a banner for legal as well as for clarity purposes that any user who logins remotely to this server can view and understand (similar to usage agreement when installing apps).
Here is how to set a warning banner that is displayed when anyone can see when they login via SSH :
1. First Â open the...
Jun 18th, 2012 · Comments Off on Quickly Empty Archives And Free Disk Space In Linux Mint/Ubuntu
Over a period of time, when packages are installed using apt-get commands in Linux Mint/Ubuntu, the corresponding .deb files are stored in the archives folder (/var/cache/apt/archives). They can take up disk space if left as it is and so it can be useful to remove them.
These files can be viewed by typing :
ls -l /var/cache/apt/archives | less
To remove them and empty the archives folder :