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In this tutorial yo0u will learn about Installing SSL Certificate (Secure Server Certificate) to secure communication between Postfix SMTP server and mail client such as Outlook or Thunderbird.

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Here is one of the most frequently asked questions from my mailbag:

Hey I need to know how much ram memory I have in my Ubuntu Linux computer. Under Windows XP I can find out memory by visiting Start > Control Panels > System in control panel. So how do I find out RAM information under Linux PC?

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Almost all new Linux wanna be guru (read as users who want to switch to Linux) asks a question: I want to switch to Linux completely from Windows XP SP2. Which Linux version will be best – Redhat, SuSE, or other? I use my PC for: Browsing Internet Watching DVD / MP3 Writing CD/DVD I’m […]

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If you try to mount an ext3 Linux filesystem on a SAN from multiple nodes at the same time you will be in serious deep trouble. SAN based storage allows multiple nodes to connect to same devices at the same time. Ext3/2 are not cluster aware file system. They can lead to a disaster such […]

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I am getting error that read as No Route to Host. I am trying to ping my ISP gateway as well as DNS server but I am getting this error. How do I solve this problem? This problem indicate networking conflicts or some sort of networking configuration problem. Here are things to check: Can you […]

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My friend is new to Linux, everything was fine until he made some changes to X, which result into this problem. Now whenever he types command startx to start X he get a blank screen. Finally, he contacted me me via yahoo and asked me to get rid rid of this problem. Step # 1: […]

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Here is small script that does this. Debian or Ubuntu GNU/Linux does not comes with any SYS V init script (located in /etc/init.d directory) . You create a script as follows and use it to stop or flush the iptables rules. Please don’t type rules at command prompt. Use the script to speed up work. […]

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