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Authored by: PeterMoller on Jul 13, '11 01:20:44PM

Hi!

(Does anyone read such an old article?)

Anyhow, here it goes. I'm the author of open_ports.sh and would just like to mention a few things:

1. The auto-update has been removed
2. When data is generated, there is output to that effect (it will clutter the console log, but hey)
3. For an image of how it looks, please look at: http://fileadmin.cs.lth.se/cs/Personal/Peter_Moller/scripts/open_ports.sh_sample_output.png
4. To just look at the script, head over to:
http://fileadmin.cs.lth.se/cs/Personal/Peter_Moller/scripts/open_ports.sh
Datafiles in /Library/cs.lth.se bill be created but nothing will be installed!! You can look at the script beforehand and then run it manually (as root or edit the script at line 327 or thereabout) to see for yourself.

I repeat: NOTHING will be transmitted to any of my servers apart from a normal apache-log entry when you (eventually) update. I have created “open_ports.sh” to the best of my abilities but there may always be bugs (and new features will introduce new ones…)



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Authored by: Michelasso on Aug 24, '11 06:53:40AM

Now, I made the big mistake to run your script. Nice one to download and install unrequested things in the /usr/bin directory. So the question is simple: How do I uninstall everything? At least you could put a clean option on that!!



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