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September 2006

Linux.com | Qmail Toaster makes mail server setup easy

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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

Introduction

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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

LAMP Linux Apache MySQL PHP - quickstart for redhat 9

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Linux, Apache web server, MySQL database and PHP scripting (LAMP) is very popular platform for web solutions. This tutorial shows how to install and configure Apache web server, MySQL database and scripting language. Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) is ve

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

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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

CentOS-4 Documentation

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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

Can You Install Using the CD-ROM?

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Installing from a CD-ROM requires that you have purchased a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 product, or you have a Red Hat Enterprise Linux CD-ROM, and you have a CD-ROM drive. Most new computers allow booting from the CD-ROM. If your system supports booting f

July 2006

mkaz.com : Setting Up LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP)

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This page walks through the setup of Apache, PHP and MySQL on a Redhat (Fedora) Linux system. The installation is very similar on other Linux distributions. Also, since each package is open source they run almost every OS including Mac OS X and even Windo

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