I recently setup an 64bit Ubuntu 11.10 install over at 6Sync for some development projects. While it will probably not end up hosting anything of real importance and will be recycled shortly I figured it would still be a good idea to put a firewall on it to help aid in protecting it from bored script kiddies.
I have used APF many times in the past so that was the logical choice as I knew how to get it setup and running exactly as needed. Ubuntu provides a
David Hsieh created a great app for OS X that lets you manage your DigitalOcean droplets right from your OS X menu bar. The main features of the Droplet manager is as follows: List your Droplets Show droplet status, IP, distro as well as region Reboot and shutdown your Droplets Head on over to David’s … Read More