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comment “relay access denied” after changing domain A record
This solved my problem, email is flowing freely. Thank you so much!
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comment “relay access denied” after changing domain A record
Thanks for the response! Ok, so I think I understand. So you're suggesting that I setup an A record for "mail.mydomain.com" that points to the right ip (on host a). Then set the mx record to point to mail.mydomain.com instead of just mydomain.com. Is that all I'm missing here? Again, thanks for your input!
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comment npm install on vagrant virtualbox
Hmm, just realized there is a difference between grunt and grunt-cli. It seems I can't install grunt-cli via package.json, so I moved that inline in the provisioning script, and then run npm install to install all the other dependencies. It works!
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comment npm install on vagrant virtualbox
Hi, thanks for the response. Yes, I'm using that PPA for node. That section of my provisioning script looks like: #install node add-apt-repository -y ppa:chris-lea/node.js apt-get update apt-get install python g++ make nodejs
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comment npm install on vagrant virtualbox
Hi @neutrinus, this gist is the output of the provision.sh script that runs when I vagrant up. gist.github.com/anonymous/b760fdfa9c204c24424b
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comment npm install on vagrant virtualbox
grunt is listed as a dependency in my package.json file. When running npm install this should be installed, yes? Also it works fine when I just npm install on my local machine, so I know the package.json file is configured properly.
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