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    Re: Differences in BASH in last decade

    TheFu,
    Thanks for your reply! I've updated my profile. I use 16.04 Upgraded my system a few months ago mainly to get a native PHP 7 support for my LAMP stack and web site. Had to downgrade Gedit...
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    Differences in BASH in last decade

    Hello!
    I've found onine is pretty decent video tutorial about BASH. But it's dated around 2010. I think Ubuntu 10.10 or so... You think I can still learn today by using...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Need IPTABLES rules explanation about OpenVPN set up

    I see... Okay, thank you!
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Need IPTABLES rules explanation about OpenVPN set up

    It's probably this line that matters?

    ACCEPT udp -- 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 udp dpt:1194

    So does it mean that port 1194 udp is open for OpenVPN outside of UFW control?
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Need IPTABLES rules explanation about OpenVPN set up

    Chain INPUT (policy DROP)
    target prot opt source destination
    f2b-sasl tcp -- 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 multiport dports 25,465,587,143,220,993,110,995...
  6. [SOLVED] Need IPTABLES rules explanation about OpenVPN set up

    Hello!
    I've got Ubuntu 16.04 and OpenVPN installed and seems to be working fine. But when I check firewall rules using "sudo ufw status", then I see this:


    Status:...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Wi-fi randomly disconnects

    SOLVED: Now Wi-Fi is back in order again. Maybe it was a temporary issue with a signal as someone suggested (meaning that maybe it's neighbors' Wi-Fi interfered). Who knows. It happens once in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Wi-fi randomly disconnects

    You might have found the right spot. I did get a router Wi-Fi login screen, though I hadn't changed a thing in that regard. I'll try to check my router. Maybe it needs to be restarted... I'll look...
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    [SOLVED] Wi-fi randomly disconnects

    Hello!


    Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop I usually connect to Internet via PPPoE over Wi-Fi signal from my router. The...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to use an unallocated space?

    I don't have to "reveal" something that is obvious. All my partitions on my 1st image were NTFS. Did you see any Linux partitions there? Then, that would mean - it's a Windows disk. Also you could...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to use an unallocated space?

    For those who care to know... I used Paragon Hard Disk Manager from within Windows 7 environment to find out that it was actually a Windows recovery partition. It appeared as WinRE. I read online...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to use an unallocated space?

    You're funny - first you said "One way around this is to delete sda4..." And then you said "I suspect sda4 is some kind of Win recovery partition so removing or resizing that would indeed be...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to use an unallocated space?

    Thanks for your reply! No I won't start deleting anything, unless I know what exactly am I doing and what would be consequences of it.
    I'd rather lose that 60 GB of free space. It's only about 10%...
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    [SOLVED] How to use an unallocated space?

    Hello!
    I've got about 65GB of an unallocated space in Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 and I have no idea how to use it. When I try to make a new partition, it says that there could...
  15. Re: How to implement DNS redirection if web server and dns server are down?

    Thanks for your reply!
  16. How to implement DNS redirection if web server and dns server are down?

    Hello!
    I have a dedicated local server in our office. On one physical machine we run both HTTP and DNS servers. Also we have a cheap shared hosting alternative. Let's say...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: My ISP added custom rDNS (PTR) record for my IP address - now what to do?

    Okay, so I solved this like so:

    Let's say that my IP address would be 46.249.xx.yy
    In file named.conf.local I wrote this, regarding reverse DNS zone:

    ...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: My ISP added custom rDNS (PTR) record for my IP address - now what to do?

    So because it does not manage the zone itself...

    What do you mean by that? My DNS server does manage the zone (my domain). It is an authoritative DNS server for my domain.

    OK, maybe I'll just...
  19. [SOLVED] Re: My ISP added custom rDNS (PTR) record for my IP address - now what to do?

    So should I just wait? Logically, my own DNS server at some point has to show the correct setting?
  20. [SOLVED] My ISP added custom rDNS (PTR) record for my IP address - now what to do?

    Hello!

    I run my own HTTP, SMTP and DNS server on a local box. I have LAMP, Postfix and BIND9 on Ubuntu to be exact. Everything was great,...
  21. Re: Removing Expiring SSL (TLS) cert caused inability to receive mail in Thunderbird

    I was away for awhile. What happens is that I removed completely Dovecot from the system and now it's only Courier as MDA (I understand that it plays a role of an intermediary between Postfix and...
  22. Re: Removing Expiring SSL (TLS) cert caused inability to receive mail in Thunderbird

    I have something called master with PID 1573. And when I go to System Monitor and check that PID, it show "Master" too and when I hover my mouse pointer, I see this:
    /usr/lib/postfix/master

    God...
  23. Re: Removing Expiring SSL (TLS) cert caused inability to receive mail in Thunderbird

    It's really confusing. I checked with Netstat and on port 995 I see couriertcpd. But when I do this "courier restart" - I get this:
    The program 'courier' is currently not installed.
  24. Re: Removing Expiring SSL (TLS) cert caused inability to receive mail in Thunderbird

    tcp6 0 0 :::995 :::* LISTEN 1446/couriertcpd



    So it must be Courier then? So now what?
  25. Re: Removing Expiring SSL (TLS) cert caused inability to receive mail in Thunderbird

    I'm using Postfix as MTA and probably Dovecot (according to Synaptic), though I do have a directory of Courier. I have no clue how to check what MDA I'm using.
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