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comment Use fail2ban for Samba
I think I wrote it: I know that samba log are located in /var/log/samba, but every hostname has its own file, this is what I tried, and why I failed. I also posted the code I wrote so far. Do the work? I'm asking for 2 little options, where I'm stucked! What are you trying to do? What have you tried in order to make it happen? What results did you expect? What actually happened? Everything is in my Question. I'm really sorry.
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comment Use fail2ban for Samba
I thank you very much for the answer, but I don't understand your point. I think that every answer on every IT-Related stackexchange Site could be answered by reading the Documentation. But if someone asks a short question like this one, this would simply be overkill. Now the question is answered, and if anybody has the same question, he will find a quick answer. I believe this is easier than everyone reading the manual...
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comment Use fail2ban for Samba
I wouldn't ask if I haven't already done some research. For example the official fail2ban Wiki: fail2ban.org/wiki/… .
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comment Setup ubuntu server to send mail()
Very good anser thanks!