Why would I want to run Ubuntu as a Server vs Centos?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 9, 2010
Why would I want to run Ubuntu 9.10 as a single user mail server or using Centos 5.4?
But for the great ubuntuforums.org community!
Finishing sendmail relay server on 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 18, 2013
Hello Ubuntu folks,
I'm trying to finish setting up sendmail on my Ubuntu 12.04 web server to relay emails sent from other servers of mine. The reason: The other servers need to send emails on behalf of the domain used by the web server. So, I figured that, in order to help those emails avoid being spammed (since those servers know nothing of the domain), I'd just relay those mails to the sendmail relay server on my Ubuntu web server.
I believe I have the other servers set up correctly (adding the domain next to "DS" in /etc/mail/sendmail.cf). Whenever I test send an email, I can see that it is indeed relayed to the Ubuntu web server.
However, I recieve a "connection refused" from the Ubuntu server (stat=Deferred: Connection refused by [IP_ADDRESS]). On the Ubuntu server, I edited the /etc/mail/access file to include the other servers IP addresses with "RELAY" next to them: <ip_addres> RELAY. I also regenerated the .db and restarted sendmai
Dell PowerEdge 2650 server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2013
I have a Dell PowerEdge 2650 Server with 1Gb Ram and one 16 gb Hard drive I installed using CD as the method it installs it prompts me that it can not install tigon/g3_tso.bin i continue with the install no issues it ejects the disk and reboots. one time it worked left me with a login i did sudo update upgrade install then i restarted it then it wouldn’t come back up it keeps giving me a screen which is the attachment any help would be greatly appreciated
Bug in Citadelserver on Ubuntu Server Edition 12.04 LTS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 13, 2013
We are migrating to Ubuntu Server Edition from CentOS. We use the Citadel mail/groupware server a lot but there's a bug in Citadel resulting in the delete button in web mail not to work. The bug is described here:
Is there a way to fix this without upgrading either Ubuntu Server or Citadel Server, and what would it take to run a newer version of Citadel Server on 12.04 to fix this problem?
Cannot copy files > 2 GB to NFS mount on Ubuntu 12.04 server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 30, 2013
My "server" is really just an overgrown hard drive used for backup. It has 3 x 1 TB and 1 x 2 TB individual drives - no RAID. All are accessible via NFS, Samba and SSH.
The machine has run Ubuntu 8.04 and 10.04 just fine for many years. Recently I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 (yes I know I should reinstall rather than upgrade but I may be doing that or decommissioning in near future so I said what the heck). The upgrade seemed to work fine.
Today I noticed that I could not copy a file > 2 GTB to the sever via NFS. I get the message "Error writing file: File too large." I observed this in Gnome Commander and Nautilus on my CentOS 6 workstation. Here are some of the key configuration files.
fstab on the Ubuntu server
want to configure qmail server in centos5.4
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 23, 2013
i want to install mail server using qmail, mysql and other relevent services..
i have googled but couldn't get best and easy tutorial if anubody have structured documentaion about qmail server pls share with me..........thank you in advnce
I have a server motherboard, should I install x64 Ubuntu 13.x Server or Desktop.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 8, 2013
I have a Super Micro H8QM8E server motherboard with 4x AMD Opteron 8423's @ 2.0Ghz, 16Gig's of ram and have the option of running PATA or SATA drives. I only want to get it setup so that I can run folding at home. During installation of Ubuntu 11,12,and 13 Desktop distro's, my only option is to install to an IDE hard drive. I have a SATA drive installed,working, and is seen under Windows Server 2008 R2. I was able to install Ubuntu 13.04 onto an old 20Giger that I had laying around. Even after the installation, it still would not see the sata drive?? The chipset is based off the NForce 570 Multimedia Communications Processer but is called a NVidia 3600 Professional MCP when used on a server motherboard. Super Micro does not have Ubuntu drivers for the motherboard. Should I install Ubuntu 13.x server version and hope that it has the required drivers or is the server and desktop the same?????
Also the 20-giger died after a few hours, so it will be a full install again.
Any Help Is Ap
Debian Stable vs Ubuntu LTS for Server?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 29, 2010
Which is better platform for a professional use server?
Debian Stable or Ubuntu LTS?
The third party software we plan to use, works on both. Which one is better on it own merits?
Take into account things like the kernel (Ubuntu for example has its own custom kernel for servers), and other Ubuntu specific customizations.
I keep switching back and forth, and I need to decide so I can recommend one or the other to a client. Right now, I think I am going to choose Debian Stable.
Debian Vs Ubuntu for a Server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 2, 2009
So, I'm planning to buy an older PC and turn it into a small webserver running webmin, apache, ssh, and probably mysql. I'm probably going to be buying an athlon era computer if I can, so I might be limited on ram.
I figure it will be very similar running the two as a server, does anyone know any notable advantages/disadvantages? Also, which version of debian would you reccomend I try out for a server?
Setting up a Debian 7 server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 11, 2013
I have some general questions about setting up a Debian 7 server for home use. I was going to build a server using old hardware but today someone gave me an older Dell Pentium 4 1.8ghz system with 1.5Gb RAM, 80GB hard drive, and 10/100 NIC. I assume this would be enough to run Debian server but I was wondering if there would be any advantage to using something like a dual CPU motherboard. I could also get a case that will hold multiple hard drives should I decide to go with a RAID array.
The main thing I would use the server for would be as a proxy/firewall but I would also like to learn some Apache and MYSQL administration. I won't be using it to do any "real work" but I also don't want it running so slow that it's a pain to use. I don't mind spending a little money if it would make a difference. For instance, I have a basic D-Link broadband router (EBR-2310) that I'll be using to connect another desktop and laptop. Do you think this would be enough or should I purchase a
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