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Important Note

Postby NullByte » February 11th, 2013, 10:29 am

Fewona Staff are voiced on #Fewona (more about us click here)

SSH hosts and Ports: viewtopic.php?f=25&t=1011
Also you can type !ports in IRC.

Please make a copy of all your data on our shells.
Be aware that Fewona Shell Servers come and go, so if one of our server is gone we will create you an account in another one. So copy your files for convenience.


READ FAQ viewtopic.php?f=25&t=917

READ ETIQUETTE http://www.irc-wiki.org/Etiquette

Server statuses can be found on the left of the shells web site: http://shells.fewona.net

If you have a problem just state your issue. If you PM staff you may not get attention, so please use the channel #Fewona or the forums.
PLEASE BE PATIENT!
Also you will get zero attention if you write 'any staff online?' or 'can i ask sth' or 'help me please'. Just state your issue in the channel and be patient (don't ask to ask, just ask), we will do our best to answer and help.
Make sure you read first, then ask.

Be aware that providing free shells is not our main activity. We started doing that in December 2012 but the IRC Network originates from 2003.

Staff will mostly help for server related issues. For configurations you can also use google or ask for help the community in #fewona

By the way there is no point to request several accounts using different nicknames. This will just get you banned.
Instead you can make formal request in the forums and we may allow you more eggdrops or bncs.

STAFF WILL NEVER ASK FOR YOUR PASSWORD. ALSO STAFF IS ALWAYS IN RED COLOR ON FORUMS AND VOICED IN #FEWONA
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Re: Important Note

Postby NullByte » February 22nd, 2013, 8:07 pm

All users are responsible for setting permissions on their home directory. We will not be held responsible for your privacy.
By default we've set umask 077, which means all your files will be protected and restricted from other users.

If for some reason your permissions are not properly set and you want to restrict all users from viewing your files, a quick hint will be to set permissions recursively for your home directory:
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chmod -R og-rwx /home/user


Note: Be aware that doing so will also make your public_html inaccessible from the web, so fix public_html permissions if you use the webhosting.

For further information please search in google and read 'Linux Permissions' pages. (for example here and here)

If you use the webhosting (public_html) make sure to change your permissions so that it will work:
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chmod o+rx /home/user
chmod o+rx /home/user/public_html
chmod -R o+r /home/user/public_html

Also every newly created/uploaded file must be set to be public. You can do that all at once, just after you finish work on public_html type:
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chmod -R o+r /home/user/public_html


Also remember to put +x on all directories in public_html, for example:
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chmod +x /home/user/public_html/page2
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