Category Archives: Linux Maintenance

By December 06, 2007

if your using cpanel then most likely you will need to edit your exim config file via ssh The file should be located at /etc/exim.conf # No deliveries will ever be run under the uids of these users (a colon- # separated list). An attempt to do so causes a panic error to be logged,


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By December 05, 2007

you can find the process ID (PID) of the parent process by using a sequence of ps -aux | grep pattern. If your life is going to be easy, there’ll always only be one match, but if there are also child processes, it’s a bit more tricky. In general, modern versions of ps let you


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By December 05, 2007

Chowm most common usage chown user1 folder/file name — this will give user1 rights to the file or folder chown user1:user1 folder/file name – this will give user1 and group user1 rights to the file or folder chown user1 folder/file name -R — this will give user1 rights to the folder and everything in the


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By December 05, 2007

NSTALLATION ON THE UNIX PLATFORM ———————————


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By December 05, 2007

 RedHat is not Linux, it is a distribution based on the Linux kernel. The Linux kernel is a complex program which provides the underlying services to the rest of a Linux distribution. But it is easy to add new features or improvments to it as, unlike commercial operating systems like Windows 95 or MacOS, the


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