Category Archives: Configuration

Installing MantisBT – A Bug Tracking System

By: Muhammad Farrukh Siddique

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MantisBT version: 1.2.17
CentOS version: 6.2
Apache version: 2.2.15
PHP version: 5.3.3
MySQL version: 5.1.73
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Disable SELinux and configure iptables accordingly.

to disable SELinux open file

# vim /etc/sysconfig/selinux

change the enforcing status to disables, as below:

SELINUX=disabled

save and quit

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RapidSMS – Configure your own SMS Gateway on Linux

RapidSMS is a free and open-source framework for rapidly building mobile services for scale. RapidSMS is built with Python and Django and is designed for building robust, highly customized mobile services with web-based dashboards. RapidSMS provides a flexible platform and modular components for large-scale data collection, managing complex workflows, and automating data analysis.

For more details: https://www.rapidsms.org/

Installation:

First of all install Epel Repo 

http://opensourceeducation.net/configure-extra-package-eenterprise-linux-epel-repository-centos-fedora-rhel-urdu-cbt/

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Urdu CBT Linux System Administration qmail – 2/7

It explains how you can configure qmail SMTP server (written by Dan Bernstein), with all the bells and whistles, using steps outlined by the creator of qmailrocks.com website (now de-functional). The qmailrocks guide was somewhat in-sufficient in explaining how qmail actually works. It just spoon-feeds you the steps to do (copy/paste). I was learning qmail myself when I created these CBTs, so there are areas in this CBT which are weak. I don’t recommend this CBT to be used to setup a production qmail server. It has only been uploaded for archiving reason. If you really want to learn qmail, the best sources are “Life with Qmail” and John Simpson’s “http://qmail.jms1.net/” .

Author: Muhammad Kamran Azeem
Courtesy:http://wbitt.com

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Urdu CBT Linux System Administration qmail 1/7

It explains how you can configure qmail SMTP server (written by Dan Bernstein), with all the bells and whistles, using steps outlined by the creator of qmailrocks.com website (now de-functional). The qmailrocks guide was somewhat in-sufficient in explaining how qmail actually works. It just spoon-feeds you the steps to do (copy/paste). I was learning qmail myself when I created these CBTs, so there are areas in this CBT which are weak. I don’t recommend this CBT to be used to setup a production qmail server. It has only been uploaded for archiving reason. If you really want to learn qmail, the best sources are “Life with Qmail” and John Simpson’s “http://qmail.jms1.net/” .

Author: Muhammad Kamran Azeem
Courtesy: http://wbitt.com

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