This is a first in a series of posts based on my read of the potential of opensource. The first part gives an intro to what I mean by opensource projects, and why it has become more than just free code!
3.1.1. Type ‘yum install postgresql*’ making sure to include the asterisk (*) 3.1.2. Type ‘y’ when prompted (happens twice)
Confirm java version
4.1. Type ‘java –version’ 4.2. Confirm it’s running at least 1.6 and using OpenJDK (or Oracle/Sun Java or JRockit, but NOT GNU Libgcj)
It is a right time to move for something very exciting stuff “Open Source Software” by replacing Windows XP or Windows OS with Linux Operating System on same old PC without paying Licensing fees.
After April 8th 2014, no support for Windows XP from Microsoft Inc. will be available for Windows XP users, also no security updates or patches for XP, no updates for MS Security Essential Anti Virus for Windows XP.
This is an old/dated CBT (created in 2006). 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