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24 September 2006 22:00 | Qmail Toaster makes mail server setup easy

Qmail Toaster has many interesting features. Besides supporting the POP3, SMTP, and IMAP protocols, it supports the more secure POP3-SSL and IMAP-SSL. It can provide SMTP roaming for remote users using SMTP-AUTH, POP3-AUTH, and IMAP-AUTH. Qmail Toaster ha

24 September 2006 21:00

[CentOS] RPM: any better way to reinstall only certain files? [(UN?)SOLVED]

Situation was that rpm --verify showed lots of missing files. Most due to a bad spot that developed on my former boot drive. After a little thought, I suspect some had been removed by me because they were internationalization files (*/locale/* and */i1

24 September 2006 19:00

The Software-RAID HOWTO: Detecting, querying and testing

This section is about life with a software RAID system, that's communicating with the arrays and tinkertoying them. Note that when it comes to md devices manipulation, you should always remember that you are working with entire filesystems. So, although t

24 September 2006 18:00


The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Introduction to System Administration contains introductory information for new Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administrators. It does not teach you how to perform a particular task under Red Hat Enterprise Linux; rather, it

Yum Extender on CentOS 4

Yum is an automatic updater and package installer/remover for rpm systems. It automatically computes dependencies and figures out what things should occur to install packages. It makes it easier to maintain groups of machines without having to manually up

Software RAID Howto

Redhat Enterprise 3 doesn't contain a good guide on how to install and manage a RHEL3 system to a pair of mirrored disks using software RAID. Here's is my guide. This guide should work equally well for the clones of RHEL, e.g. Whitebox linux, CentOS, Tao

24 September 2006 17:00

24 September 2006 16:00 - Forums - Application & Software Support - GUI on VNC client

have enabled VNC server on one of my CentOS boxes, and found configuration instructions that included setting up Gnome on the desktop. When I looked at the /usr/bin/vncserver file to see which lines I was supposed to edit, the Centos vncserver file is dif - content

#centos This is the primary CentOS channel. This is where most user to user support issues, bugs questions, calls for help, general questions, etc. can be asked. This channel maintains its focus on CentOS products as released by the CentOS developers (inc

Linuxtopia - CentOS Enterprise Linux Reference Guide - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4

Centos Enterprise Linux is built from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code. Other than logo and name changes CentOS Enterprise Linux is binary compatible with the equivalent Red Hat version. This document applies equally to both Red Hat and CentOS Ent - FAQ - CentOS 4 Specific - How do I install software RAID CentOS4?

The first thing that everyone needs to understand is that many of the new SATA RAID motherboards do not have real hardware RAID, but instead contain a software RAID. The hardware manufacturer provides a software driver to have Windows recognize this a RAI

Slashdot | Building A Web-And Mail Server With CentOS 4.3

There seem to be "perfect setup" articles about every major Linux distro. I even used one on my own site. However, you need to be aware that these articles are written for ISP Config. In fact, they seem to be almost a viral marketing tool designed to pimp

Warewulf Project - Trac

Warewulf is a Linux cluster solution that is scalable, flexible and easy to use. Managing and distributing Linux systems to any number of nodes becomes a simple master / slave relationship. Warewulf is the first of its kind which elegantly solves many of

Beranger does... : CentOS 4.3 and 4.4: My Handy Reference [UPDATED]

Since my first encounter with Ubuntu 4.10, I prefer to use sudo to prefix commands that should be run as root, and I configure each and every system accordingly, with a single change: the password to be entered is still the root's one, not the user's own

Configuring a fresh Centos 4.3 installation | Dizwell Informatics

I'm not going to document the Centos installation itself, for two reasons. Firstly, I've more or less covered that elsewhere (see the Section 8.0 of this article, for example), and secondly it's dead easy. All you have to do is make sure you select the Cu

ReviewLinux.Com- Linux OS Review & News Site : :: Reviews : CentOS : Centos 4.3 server quick configuration guide

After a basic install of Centos 4.3, the first thing that we do is to configure a firewall (iptables). To do this easily, navigate here and then select the relevant options. The important ones are to open port 80 for HTTP, port 21 for FTP, port 22 for SSH

LinuxPlanet - Reviews - CentOS 4 Offers Strong RHEL Alternative - The Difference Between CentOS 4 and RHEL 4

There are some apps that you may want to use on CentOS that for whatever reason need to know that RHEL 4 is installed. Thanks to the CentOS community there is a "fix" for this that will make apps think that you're actually running "the real thing." All yo

24 September 2006 15:00 CentOS

CentOS as a group is a community of open source contributors and users. Typical CentOS users are organisations and individuals that do not need strong commercial support in order to achieve successful operation. CentOS is 100% compatible rebuild of the Re

CentOS-4 Documentation

The CentOS project redistributes these original works (in their unmodified form) as a reference for CentOS-4, because CentOS-4 is built from publicly available, open source SRPMS. We don't modify the above files in any way to be compliant with the distrib


It's possible with RHEL (and so CentOS) to deploy Servers over the network. Requirements : * CentOS 4 ISO images * a tftp server (to boot the target machines from the network) * a dhcp server * a kickstart config file * a nfs s


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