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freesco:howtos:how-to_setup_a_mail_server: 123 Hits
tween EXIM THE MAIL SERVER and an email client. <code>EXIM -------POPA3D (the communication wire)------- email clients</code> </box>\\ \\ ~~UP~~ ===== Steps to get the mail server up and running ===== =... inst exim version 4.x, now included in the source code in version 4.50, providing support for content sc
freesco:howtos:setting_up_an_development_environment: 84 Hits
ntains several rows with the following structure:<code>rem \linux\loadlin \linux\vmlinuz root=/dev/xxxN rw</code>These rows tells where to find the Linux kernel. Each row specifies a certain location. Mos... art by comment out the default choice by changing<code>\linux\loadlin \linux\vmlinuz root=/dev/sda4 rw</
freesco:howtos:how_to_create_an_add-on_package: 55 Hits
al rule for a 3rd party add-on package name is: <code> <packagename>-<version#>-<author> </code> or: <code> <packagename>_<version#>_<author> </code> Where version# is the version of the software your p... ow what my directory/package name should become: <code> [Linux] mkdir htp_0.4.4_dingetje [Linux] cd htp_
freesco:howtos:how-to_make_ssh_more_secure: 52 Hits
root and go into the FREESCO setup, by typing : <code>setup</code> and <enter>, then choose advanced settings (a), and Option #47. <code>Advanced settings (x - exit) []? 47</code>type <enter>, then here : <code> Enable SSHD to allow remote access to Freesco. You can use SSH and perform
freesco:manuals:027:3.4_dialup_router: 50 Hits
by step through setup for this type of router. <code> 711 Hostname of this computer [router]? Press <Enter> </code> Give a name to your router, default is router <code> 712 Domain name [inet]? Press <Enter> </code> Give a name to your whole local network (domain), default - inet <code> How many e
freesco:howtos:exim_virtual_domains: 44 Hits
h **local_domains** and make it look like this: <code> qualify_domain = local_do...;/mnt/router/packages/exim/domains.dbm </code> your line may look different because you've alr... ation and add this section as the first handler: <code> # # for virtual domains # virtual: driver = al
freesco:howtos:ad-blocking_with_freesco_without_ruining_the_hosting_page: 40 Hits
S-DOS prompt, change to the c:\router directory. <code>cd router</code> * Rename c:\router\ramdisk to c:\router\ramdisk.bak <code>rename ramdisk ramdisk.bak</code> * Insert the floppy disk contain... * Copy the file a:\ramdisk to c:\router\ramdisk. <code>copy a:\ramdisk c:</code> * Remove the floppy
freesco:howtos:gallery_03x: 39 Hits
-to, commands you'll have to input are written in code blocks. Enjoy, //**Wimpie**// ==== What is Ga... ll your Gallery (this can be anything you like). <code> cd /www mkdir photoalbum cd photoalbum </code> N... les.php?group_id=7130 ) using the snarf command. <code> snarf
freesco:howtos:what_to_do_with_your_new_freesco: 36 Hits
**). The original startup line looks like this: <code>fork pure-ftpd $D -A -b -c $FTPCON -C 2 -B -D $ANON -H -I 15 -m 10 -s -S $FTPPORT -Z</code> With PureFTP you can specify the lowest uid that is allo... s, edit /etc/profile. Look for the line that says<code>[ ${BIGMEM:-y}$LOGNAME = yroot ] && exec ile</cod
howtos:telnet_-_smtp_commands_sending_mail_using_telnet: 28 Hits
nnection from your computer to your mail server. <code>telnet mail.domain.ext 25</code> You should receive a reply like: <code>Trying ???.???.???.???... Connected to mail.domain.ext. Escape character is '... Sendmail ?version-number?; ?date+time+gmtoffset?</code> You will then need to delcare where you are sen
freesco:howtos:compiling_programs_for_use_with_freesco: 27 Hits
inux/kernel/v2.0/linux-2.0.38.tar.gz (the source code to the 2.0.38 kernel, needed to recompile the ker... dicated by a C:\> or C:\WINDOWS> prompt, type: <code>CD\LINUX</code> You should see the prompt change... file to indicate the correct hard drive. Type: <code>EDIT LINUX.BAT </code> You should now be in the M
freesco:howtos:freesco_03x_mv2hdd_howto: 24 Hits
DOS-prompt. Now format the HD. Use the command <code>format c: /s</code> This will format the HD and ... art over. As we want to install on the HD, type <code>mv2hd</code> and press Enter. The router is boot... router you must use the second start option, ie <code>router.bat setup</code>. Type it at the prompt an
freesco:howtos:running_freesco_0.2.7_from_hdd_without_msdos: 20 Hits
* Connect to internet and download syslinux.gz : <code>export `grep PROXY /etc/system.cfg` snarf http://... ror/0.2.7/download/syslinux.gz /tmp/syslinux.gz </code>or if you downloaded file in step 2 just copy it: <code>cp /mnt/router/syslinux.gz /tmp/syslinux.gz</code> **5.** Unpack it and make it executable:
freesco:howtos:how-to_automatically_run_scandisk: 20 Hits
C:\> prompt create a CONFIG.SYS similar to this: <code> [menu] MENUITEM = Dos, MS-DOS mode MENUITEM = FR... SCO, 5 [Dos] [FREESCO] [Setup] [Debug] [Shell] </code> ===== Prepare autoexec.bat ===== Your autoexec.bat should look like this: <code> @echo off GOTO %CONFIG% :Dos GOTO :END :FREESCO router.bat GOTO
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