All in one super easy email server?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 24, 2013
Hi I am trying to setup email on my server. I own it and host it. It is running Zpanel for administration and I want an all in one easy solution I can easily setup and use as a newbie. I would appreciate any help. Just like a quick setup for sending and receiving emails. also it would be logged into by roundcube webmail
Thanks guys !
How do I totally remove all traces of Ubuntu One on my computer?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 21, 2009
I want to have a fresh start with Ubuntu One. My configuration is borked. I reinstalled it for a few times but it still isn't working. I still don't see the connect button when accessing the "Ubuntu One" folder on Nautilus.
How do I remove all traces of Ubuntu One on my computer? I want to have something fresh. That might make Ubuntu One work for me.
Installing all octaveforge packages in one shot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 14, 2010
Is there a way I can install all octave-forge packages in a single command? I want to install all of them and don't want to create a dependency tree myself and install all of the manually after downloading all the tarballs from the internet.
I am willing to checkout the svn repo locally and do it from there if need be. I want to install all of them cleanly, and in the order where dependencies will be satisfied.
Has anyone done this before?
how to delete all Ubuntu One files?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 2, 2013
I currently have just under 60 GB of files/folders in my Ubuntu One account. I do not currently have these files synced to any computers. I would like to easily delete all these files in the cloud so that I can start over. This doesn't seem to be as straight forward as expected. I can manualy delete files and folders but I only have the option to "stop syncing" directories (e.g., Documents, Music, etc). I want to totally wipe everything without, quite tediously, deleting every file and folder manually. I also do not want to wait for all files to sync to the computer and then delete them locally. That would also be incredibly inconvenient.
ssh client works on all but one machine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 30, 2010
Hi, i have RHEL 4 U7 installed on 4 machines, with approximately same configuration. yesterday i was trying to set up public key authentication for ssh on them to be able to run some automated jobs but i had a problem with one particular machine: when used as an ssh client to access the other 3, it kept prompting for a password. the configuration worked on the other 3, they can be accessed from each other with no problem. they can also access machine 1 - the one that has the ssh client problem - too with public key authentication.
when i run ssh -vv on machine one i get the following output :
ssh: deny all users, except one
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 13, 2005
Hello all (and a happy new year)
I have a server onto which users SCP (generally using winscp or rsync iwth ssh). I perform maintenance tasks each day between 07:00 and 07:30 (at this time, noone is accessing the system, although they could)
I would like to know if there is a way to deny all users from accessing the server via SSH, except for me (in case I need to do admin tasks).
ideally, a script will change appropriate lines in ssh_config to deny users and then allow then again once maintenance time is over.
I have tried:
SSH: Can I force RSA auth for all but one account?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 8, 2005
Is there a way to configure SSH such that password login is DISallowed for all accounts, *except* for the account used by my hosting service so that they can admin my box. I'd like them, and only them, to be able to SSH in with a normal account/password login.
(They're willing to use RSA keys, but it can slow down their response time.)
All in One Office Inkjet Printer with good linux support
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 28, 2011
I am looking for an all in one office inkjet printer with good 64 bit linux support. I have already a shortlist of printers and I am looking for user experiences with those printers under linux (64 bit). Expercially I want to know the follwing:
1. Does printing work as well as under windows (speed, quality)
2. Does scanning work as well as under windows
3. Does the fax function work
4. How stable are the linux drivers
5. Any drawbacks in comparison with the windows drivers
6. Does the WLAN and LAN ports of those printers work under linux?
Here is my printer shortlist:
- Epson Stylus Office BX635FWD
- Epson Stylus Office BX535WD
- Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4525 DNF
- HP Officejet Pro 8600 e-All-in-One Printer
Put each daily cron task in a separate script or put them all in one script?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 18, 2011
I need to run some tasks in anacron (not regular cron), and apparently the way it works is I put these scripts in /etc/cron.daily and anacron will take care of the rest. I have two options - put every task in one big bash script, or put each task in its own script. In general terms, what things should I be considering when making the decision of which way to go about it?
One thing I see that might make it better to go with one big script is I can ensure some tasks are run before others. Or will the scripts in /etc/cron.daily run in alphabetical order? In /etc/anacrontab, the following is included, and I can't tell whether run-parts will execute them in alphabetical order, and if so whether this would be a nuance of this particular system or whether that behavior is standard:
Do you want all the major Linux distros to standardize on one packaging format?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 11, 2009
For me, YES. I use AUR, but for major distros I think that all moving to one format (I would prefer DEB) would be the best.
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