EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0 -- Quick Start Guide


Table of Contents
COPYRIGHT AND PATENT INFORMATION
1. Important Information
1.1. Introduction to EnGarde Secure Linux
1.2. Default Configuration
1.3. Guardian Digital Master Support Services
1.4. Contacting Guardian Digital
2. Installation
3. The Boot-Up Process
3.1. The Boot Screen
3.2. EnGarde Startup
3.3. The Login Screen
4. Connecting to EnGarde Secure Linux
4.1. Physical Connection
4.1.1. Using a Hub or a Switch
4.1.2. Using an Ethernet Crossover Cable
4.2. Connecting to Guardian Digital WebTool
5. Initial Configuration
5.1. Guardian Digital Secure Network Configuration
5.1.1. Activation Code and Password
5.2. Passwords and Access Control
5.2.1. A Note About Passwords
5.2.2. Root Password
5.2.3. WebTool Password
5.2.4. Language
5.2.5. Trusted Host List
5.3. Locale and Time Setup
5.3.1. NTP Time Servers
5.3.2. System Locale
5.4. Email, Firewall, and Service Configuration
5.5. System Summary and Reboot
6. Guardian Digital WebTool
6.1. Creating Local Users and Groups
6.1.1. Creating a Group
6.1.2. Creating a Local User
6.2. Access Control
6.3. Service Configuration
6.4. Setting up DNS
6.4.1. Setting up a Forward DNS Zone
6.4.2. Setting up a Reverse DNS Zone
6.5. Setting up Remote Access
6.5.1. Create a Local User
6.5.2. System Access Control
6.5.3. Guardian Digital Secure User Manager
6.5.4. Logging in With Secure Shell
6.6. Setting up a Mail Server
6.6.1. DNS Setup
6.6.2. Create a Mail Domain
6.7. Setting up a Web Server
6.7.1. DNS Setup
6.7.2. Configure a Normal Web Server
6.7.3. Configure a Secure Web Server
6.8. Transferring Files with FTP
6.9. Using the Guardian Digital Secure Network
6.9.1. GDSN Configuration
6.9.2. The Update Agent
7. Security Enhanced Linux
7.1. Disabling SELinux at Boot
7.2. Disabling SELinux at Runtime
7.3. SELinux User Roles
7.3.1. user
7.3.2. staff
7.3.3. sysadm
7.4. Viewing SELinux Security Types
7.4.1. id
7.4.2. ls
7.4.3. ps
7.5. Relabeling the Filesystem
8. Summary
A. Resources
List of Tables
1-1. Default Configuration Summary
1-2. Contacting Guardian Digital
6-1. DNS Record Types
List of Figures
3-1. The Boot Screen
3-2. EnGarde Startup
3-3. The Login Screen
5-1. Guardian Digital Network Configuration
5-2. Passwords and Access Control
5-3. Locale and Time Setup
5-4. Email, Firewall, and Service Configuration
6-1. Creating a Group
6-2. Creating a Local User
6-3. System Access Control
6-4. EAS Service Configuration
6-5. New Master Zone Options
6-6. Generate a New Keypair
6-7. PuTTY Configuration
6-8. Specifying a Private Key With PuTTY
6-9. Mail Server DNS Address Record
6-10. Mail Server DNS Mail Server Record
6-11. Create New Mail Domain
6-12. Domain Management
6-13. Editing a Mail Domain
6-14. Web Server DNS Address Record
6-15. Create a Virtual Host
6-16. Create an SSL Virtual Host
6-17. Virtual Server Listing
6-18. Generate Certificate and Key
6-19. FTP Server Configuration
6-20. GDSN Package List
6-21. GDSN Update Summary