Has anyone used samba4 yet? My home network is mostly Windows but I have a Linux server so samba4 would be nice to keep the windows machines under control...
Any particular distros that support it better than others?
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Date: 3 Jan 2013 16:33
Subject: [MLUG] Sir Tim Berners-Lee Down Under
Thought you guys might be interested:
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Dec 31 23:59:59 howww-a kernel: Clock: inserting leap second 23:59:60 UTC
But but but, the last leap second was Jun 30! Does anyone else see this?
This has appeared on the 2/2 of RHEL5 machines I've checked so far.
Google is being as dickish as google has been for the past couple of years
and returns results not relevant to my search at all.
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.