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Mar
24
revised Open source firewall as a virtual appliance?
added link to pfsense project.
Mar
24
answered Open source firewall as a virtual appliance?
Mar
7
reviewed No Action Needed Is it better to store the MySQL database directory on a separate RAID 1 device?
Mar
1
comment postfix mails (works) to all but my domain on debian
Have you tried setting inet_protocols=ipv4 in main.cf?
Feb
23
reviewed Reviewed “nginx is not running” - but it actually is
Feb
21
awarded  Custodian
Feb
21
reviewed Reviewed ASA 5505 Unable to launch device manager
Feb
21
comment ASA 5505 Unable to launch device manager
Welcome to serverfault. As the original poster said in a comment, the problem was due to license, not certificate. Your answer will confuse people who come searching for similar problems. Please read the question and previous comments before submiting answers.
Feb
15
awarded  Yearling
Feb
15
comment localhost in postfix's mydestination
Thanks Sebix, answer updated.
Feb
15
revised localhost in postfix's mydestination
added 24 characters in body
Feb
15
answered localhost in postfix's mydestination
Feb
15
comment localhost in postfix's mydestination
You can use check_recipient_access restriction in smtpd_recipient_restrictions.
Feb
15
comment localhost in postfix's mydestination
System generated emails like cronjob emails or other system notifications are sent to usually root@localhost or root@hostname. Those emails may fail to reach destination and stay in the queue.
Jan
29
comment Unable to connect with empty password after password lost
Sorry, I wanted to mean if you were trying to connect by ssh with empty password after you set the empty pass in /etc/passed. If yes, edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config and enable empty password login.
Jan
29
comment Unable to connect with empty password after password lost
are you trying to connect after reboot by ssh?
Jan
29
reviewed No Action Needed SQLEXPRESS User password from hardcoded application
Jan
24
comment Forward mail to “root” user even if RCPT TO field is different? (Postfix)
Sure you can, with catch all address like @domain.com. Here is a good intro cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-setup-postfix-catch-all-email-accounts
Jan
24
comment Forward mail to “root” user even if RCPT TO field is different? (Postfix)
Yes, edit /etc/aliases file and put user:root , then run newaliases command.
Jan
24
answered Forward mail to “root” user even if RCPT TO field is different? (Postfix)