a friend of mine is running a Joomla based website
The first page renders fine on Windows and Apple devices
but has a full page of spam gibberish <a href>'s to the most wanted items
if I believe in spam) before the header menu starts (so I have to scroll
down to see any useful content)
I tried on two Ubuntu machines running Ubuntu 12.04, and tried Chrome and
Firefox, always with the rubbish in it.
Stranger, it does not even appear in the page source if I look at it using
Windows or Apple machines.
I did not look at the server yet (and my friend isn't an IT expert) but I
find it that weired that I don't have a slightest idea what the cause
Thanks for answers
I wonder whether I can prevent outgoing "bulk e-mail".
A disgruntled leaving employee was threatening sending mail to all
customers. (It did not happen but management was very unhappy and asked
what I could do against it, from the technical side).
I have a postfix mail relay (upstream going to the provider) but I cannot
see a way of telling it "reject all mails with more than 50 addresses in
the header", as an example.
We have a special "list server" to fascilitate legitimate sending to many
recipients at the time. It is bypassing this relay - so I don't have to
worry about it.
Thanks for answers
I've just moved to Postfix from SendMail on a new hosting server I have
built, just wanting to hear of any issues anyone has had, if any, with
putting postfix in a chroot jail.
CentOS 6.3 x64
Roundcube Webmail client 0.7.3
Looking to install MailScanner and MailWatch on the server too.
Can you elaborate?
Chrishannah commodore <hannah(a)tinfoilhat.net> wrote:On 30/12/2012, at 21:08, chris(a)chrisbailey.au.com wrote:
> I've just moved to Postfix from SendMail on a new hosting server I have
> built, just wanting to hear of any issues anyone has had, if any, with
> putting postfix in a chroot jail.
> CentOS 6.3 x64
> ISPConfig 3
> Postfix 2.6.6
> Roundcube Webmail client 0.7.3
if you are concerned with security, I'd entirely avoid running roundcube.. I've had nothing but trouble with it
I've been using liferea for awhile to keep up to date with the various
feeds I follow. Of late, it's started segfaulting a lot :( ..
Has anyone either fixed this behaviour, or is using another feed reader
program? Something with a GUI?
I've been resisting importing the .opml into Google Reader, but like a
lot of things, may have to go in that direction it seems.
I am about to set up a USB stick as a bootable Linux installation for
someone else who is blind. I am aware of the Adrienne audio desktop that
comes with Knoppix, and that there is the Orca screenreader that some
here use. I would appreciate any comments, recommendations or other
suggestions, along with comments on pitfalls. One consideration is that
they cannot use a braille output, they are a diabetic, and the regular
pricking the finger to test the glucose levels makes a braille output
If there are comments about enabling audio at login, or boot time, and
comments about various loaders that might be relevant, that too would be
appreciated, this will be my first foray in putting any Linux onto a USB
stick. I would not normally consider autologin, but there is reason that
it might have merit for this scenario.
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And more generally here:
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can do this yourself, but the promotion ends on 31st December, 2012.
I've setup webdav access for my Debian box too as follows:
[they don't have a Linux client tool]
Debian WebDAV setup:
Install davfs2 package
# apt-get install davfs2
Add user(s) to davfs2 group
# usermod -a -G davfs2 MYUSERNAME
For each user's Box account add a line to the /etc/fstab file:
https://www.box.com/dav /home/MYUSERNAME/box.com davfs
rw,user,uid=MYUSERNAME,gid=MYGROUPNAME,auto 0 0
Add mount directory for each user
# mkdir ~MYUSERNAME/box.com && chown MYUSERNAME:MYGROUPNAME
For each user's Box account add a line to /etc/davfs2/secrets file:
https://www.box.com/dav MYUSERNAME MYPASSWORD
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I have a Ubuntu server running pppoe through a D-Link DSL-502T in
Annexe-M and bridge mode. The DSL 502T seems to have become a bit flakey
in that seems to require restarting every week or so, whereas it used to
run for months without being touched.
So I'm looking for a drop-in replacement, but everything currently
available seems to have wireless (which I don't want) and/or I can't
confirm they support bridging and Annexe-M.
Can anyone suggest a current model modem I could drop in?
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