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and now its doing the same thing :S
no-one any ideas :( ?!?
well out of the blue it started working again :S Suppose its time to play the waiting game...
ok so i got gnokii setup and working, all was working perfectly.
I have several computers sending a sms.sh file through putty to the server, in the file is the command to send an sms
you have to know what your telling it to do
dont bother with sendmail, look into, postfix and dovecot.
If your going to do something do it properyly
just google.... "ubuntu how to 'whatever'"
check if the ports you want to use are...
what is the output of
(ctrl + c to stop)
whoops sorry here it is http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/412
Sorry if I gave bad advice... This is the method I prefer to choose which version I run and to compile it they way I want. It works very well for me. Though I can accept others may think this is...
In other words check the logs to see what is happening just before the system shuts down. I'd bet that it's not a heat problem if it's shuting down at the same time every day exactly to the minute....
Or just use the free port 80 redirect service from no-ip.org problem solved.
you have had root logon attepts on port 80?
1, change standard ports for ssh etc
just follow this how to, nice and easy
plus you can always find the latest shiney new source of whatever you want to install, and compile. Which you should be doing no matter which you choose. Meaning that it doesn't really matter which...
Just a note, installing webmin is a nice invite to all the hackers out there, it has major security problems.. look into it.
If you do decided to use it keep it local.
good info and all but the point?
first lets get the reason while you would want to mail your self on the same machine straight
wouldnt that machine that is mailing the information already have the information on it, that you want...
very nice, it will email you each day (or whatever you tell it to) with a compilation of logs, in a detail you specify, read the logs each day, you should notice a difference in...
check out samba, might come in useful in the future
it depends how you configure your server, you can configure anything to be as tight as it can get, the important thing is to get all the configurable variable that relate to what you are doing, and...
i run a server, with mysql, samba, php, apache2, loads of admin control/log stuff, everything i could think of, on a P3, with 128MB of ram that gets minimum 100 unique visitors a day
it is possible to do without installing anything clientside, but i dont believe the results you will get are exactly what you want...
sorry im out :S, im not sure how to pull it off that way, try googling some more if i find something i will let you know
all you need is to set up dhcp/tftp and create a virtual client