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I just got me a new centos server, and fould out it's running lfd. It looks nice, but I need to configure it. It keeps warning me about mysql running, or myself logging in via ssh, and so on. I couldn't find a decent explenation for how to use it. Does anyone know any useful tutorial or guide to lfd?

Thanks YaYA

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You might want to provide a link to what LFD is. I don't know, and a quick Google didn't give me any "oh, of course, it's X". – Bill Weiss Dec 8 '10 at 17:14
It appears to be, which also appears to have some links to documentation. – larsks Dec 8 '10 at 17:55

I find the easiest way to configure lfd+csf is using a web-based utility like Webmin or cPanel. Presumably cPanel is not what you want, but Webmin is a great little web-based configuration utility. I'm not sure, you may have to install csf+lfd again after installing Webmin to make it show up. I'd install Webmin first and the look for an lfd+csf module in there. If it doesn't show up, reinstall lfd+csf.

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