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Posted By d11wtq
Maybe I should be asking a different question... ...
Maybe I should be asking a different question...

What tools do I need to have multiple mailboxes for multiple domains on the same hardware? Like a shared server, expect all the accounts are mine....
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Posted By d11wtq
OK I got it working: It works with...
OK I got it working:

It works with /home/username/mbox as the file to use in exim's configuration.
Considering I have 3 domains mapped my server, each with 5 or 6 mail account I dont want to...
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Posted By d11wtq
Tell UW-Imap to read /var/mail/mailbox ??
Hi,

I've got UW-IMAP installed on Gentoo. I'm using EXIM as the transfer agent.

EXIM is working fine (I think)... all incoming mail - external and internal goes to /var/mail/username file. I...
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Posted By d11wtq
OK so to save space does this make any sense? ...
OK so to save space does this make any sense?

Take for example the PHP5 insatllation:


gunzip php5.x.x-versionstuff.tar.gz
tar xvf php5.x.x-versionstuff.tar
cd php5.x.x-versionstuff...
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Posted By d11wtq
About the 02 vs 2 thing... From other...
About the 02 vs 2 thing...

From other programming language experience I'd guess not since putting zero at the front usually indicates on octal value (0x2 is hexadecimal out of interest by the...
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Posted By d11wtq
Uninstalling packages (.tar.gz)
Hi,

I still don't know if there's a standard way to do this. I'm hoping there's a *more or less* standard way to do this across linux platforms but the platform in question is Gentoo.

Let's...
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Posted By d11wtq
Yes it is supposed to be "all garbled". It's not...
Yes it is supposed to be "all garbled". It's not ascii coding, it's the first 512 bytes of your boot partition ;)

Can you remember your partition structure off the top of your head? (or even...
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Posted By d11wtq
OK I've given up on Cyrus. It keeps giving errors...
OK I've given up on Cyrus. It keeps giving errors over gcc during ./configure.

From what I'm googling other's are having the same problem on Gentoo.

Time to try something else....

I'm...
1,438
Posted By d11wtq
Consused what mail server (there's too many)
Hi,

I've just got my first dedicated server but it's one of these DIY things (great for the web hosting side of it for me) where I have to install everything myself (even the image for Gentoo).
...
1,768
Posted By d11wtq
Ah OK thanks never mind :p I needed to (as...
Ah OK thanks never mind :p

I needed to (as root) run this command afterwards:


passwd d11wtq


I should have known that since I run passwd on a 30 day cycle anyway, I just hadn't thought...
1,768
Posted By d11wtq
Dont know what I'm doing wrong with useradd
Hi,

Just got a dedicated server account for web hosting. I have some linux experience since the past 3 months I've been using SuSE and aint even touvhed windows but now I know I've relied too much...
2,115
Posted By d11wtq
Thanks for pointing me the right way. I decided...
Thanks for pointing me the right way. I decided I'm going to end up with too many disks to put anywhere if I do a FULL backup weekly so what I'm doing instead is to backup the regularly changed...
2,115
Posted By d11wtq
Best practises for backing up
Hi,

I'm about to start a regular backup schedule for my Linux system.

I need some pointers if I may :)

The system is *mainly* used as a personal home computer (it's actually a laptop running...
1,262
Posted By d11wtq
Yep there's tonnes of free Linux distro's. ...
Yep there's tonnes of free Linux distro's.

Some of them (SuSE is one) don't even require you download the ISO... you can install directly over FTP (yay!).

By the way. Your thread title helps...
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Posted By d11wtq
What method of backup are you using? Also,...
What method of backup are you using?

Also, what happens when you try to boot (you say it wont boot but what's the error you see?).

Cheers,

d11
1,780
Posted By d11wtq
I strongly advise you use PHP. It's much easier...
I strongly advise you use PHP. It's much easier to work with if you use SAPI on your web server.

I can help you with this if you need (I made a similar script myself...).
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Posted By d11wtq
Smart Crash Handling
Hi,

Is there anything you can do to a *nix (SuSE Linux actually) which allows it to *try* to do a reboot if something crashes the system?

I know they have something at work (but I don't work...
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Posted By d11wtq
OK thanks... I know that it can be done in...
OK thanks... I know that it can be done in specific cases but I was just wondering if generally this procedure could be done for theoretically *any* process.

I don't know how suspending jobs works...
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Posted By d11wtq
Suspending jobs (CTRL+Z) with a twist
Hi,

Say for example I'm doing a very large scp transfer (which I am) and I keep stopping it with CTRL+Z because other people on my network need the bandwidth too. I can restart it no problem with...
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Posted By d11wtq
Genius!! I didn't know that. I'm about to google...
Genius!! I didn't know that. I'm about to google so I dunno why I'm asking but.... does that mean I can be logged on to KDE locally and another user can remote in and log on as themselves and be...
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Posted By d11wtq
Yes it's just the -a option. That preserves ALL...
Yes it's just the -a option. That preserves ALL attributes. Permissions, ownership, creation time, modification time etc etc etc....

It's what you use for backups ;)
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Posted By d11wtq
Looking for something like Citrix for *nix
Hi,

I don't mean the client.... I mean the server - I have the client to connect to a windows citrix server already.

The next best thing I can use at present is VNC (I only want remote desktop,...
2,083
Posted By d11wtq
Google for ndiswrapper ;) Then just use the...
Google for ndiswrapper ;) Then just use the windows drivers!
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Posted By d11wtq
Forget FTP for something like this. I think scp...
Forget FTP for something like this. I think scp will be much easier. Even better, set up a NFS share.
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Posted By d11wtq
OK I feel like a muppet now lol. iptraf ...
OK I feel like a muppet now lol.

iptraf

does exactly what I want and more. Just configure it to show KBytes rather than kbits and look under detailed status.

Good good... carry on :p
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