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I am a Postmaster living in Greece.

http://gr.linkedin.com/in/yiorgos


Nov
4
comment Linux clients for Exchange (email and) calendar
+1 for the OWA-2010. However such an upgrade may not be easy and certainly not always affordable.
Nov
3
answered How can I change the default crontab editor
Nov
2
revised Linux sendmail “user unknown” error - simple email from a php form
added suggestion for ssmtp
Nov
2
answered Linux sendmail “user unknown” error - simple email from a php form
Nov
2
answered Can I prevent sendmail from sending emails and instead save them to a file?
Nov
1
answered Update openssh from 4.7 to 5.X on Ubuntu 8.04
Nov
1
comment SquirrelMail Installation Problem
I prefer 1777. When the sticky bit is set (the 1 in 1777), only the item's owner, the directory's owner, or the superuser can rename or delete files.
Nov
1
comment I want to find something and kill it
Make a mental note though that if one day you use "killall" in a Solaris machine it will kill all active processes
Nov
1
answered I want to find something and kill it
Nov
1
answered SquirrelMail Installation Problem
Nov
1
comment Bash: Difference between > and >> operator?
Because I was neither angry at nor impolite to him.
Nov
1
answered Find users currently logged in using ldap?
Nov
1
revised PHP mail() is not working, need help setting up exim4
grammar correction
Nov
1
answered PHP mail() is not working, need help setting up exim4
Nov
1
comment Bash: Difference between > and >> operator?
Oh come on! This is not RTFM! You can go to the manpage of bash (and I provided a link to it) press ctrl-F and type >> The first thing it shows is the usage of >> Plus, this question is homework: Do we answer homework (it was answered by andyh_ky) or do we show where the answer is?
Oct
31
answered Bash: Difference between > and >> operator?
Oct
31
comment How to edit /etc/shadow on many Linux servers?
+1 for Expect.Use "chpasswd -e" inside the loop. That way you will not type the cleartext password. Chpasswd manpage: linux.die.net/man/8/chpasswd
Oct
31
answered How to check, if IPs in your network are blacklisted?
Oct
31
answered Unable to browse one server unless using FQDN all others work
Oct
30
comment Incremental backups of Subversion repositories
-1 Because time is a limited resource for everybody.