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Here, please find how-to documents.
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Many systems administration tasks are only achieved by following someone's How-To document.  This is our attempt to contribute to those much needed pages on the World Wide Web.
  
* [[Dump Over SSH]]
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== Apple Macintosh ==
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=== ExpressCard EVDO Cards ===
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* [[Novatel Merlin EX720]] with Sprint
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=== Mail.app ===
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* [[Transfer Mail.app]]
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== Networking ==
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* [[IPv6 on FreeBSD 6.2]]
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* [[IPv6 DNS]]
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* [[DHCP6 Server]] on FreeBSD 6.2
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* [[DHCP6 Client]] on FreeBSD 6.2
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== Electronic Mail ==
 
* [[Postfix Mail Server Hints]]
 
* [[Postfix Mail Server Hints]]
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* [[Postfix Install]]
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* [[Delete Gmail Archives]]
  
=== Wiki Stuff ===
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== Cryptography/Encryption ==
* [[Extra Edit Buttons]]
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* Secure Computing Root SSL and Various OS SSL Import How-To's: [[SCN-Root]]  
  
=== Windows (Bleh) Notes ===
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== Backups/Data Preservation ==
* Windows XP WPA2 Support [[WinXP WPA2]]
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* How to Perform [[Dump Over SSH]] with FreeBSD
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* Using [[gmirror]] on FreeBSD
  
=== Mail Server Stuff ===
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== Databases ==
First off, the learning curve on postfix blows donkey balls.  Secondly, I've been using sendmail for way too long and don't really WANT to use postfix.  However, I admit that there are quite a few great advantages to the postfix MTA, such as Virtual Domains and the user interface.
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* [[MySQL]]
  
==== SpamAssassin ====
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== Log Analysis ==
* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/saq Cool quarantine for Postfix/SA]
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* [[Awstats and maillog]]
  
==== Postfix ====
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== System/Hardware Monitoring ==
[http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/articles/secure_email_servers_from_scratch_with_freebsd_6_part_2 http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/articles/secure_email_servers_from_scratch_with_freebsd_6_part_2]
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* [[BMC Nagios]]
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** A plugin for Nagios 2+ to monitor Dell BMC data.
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* [[PDU Nagios]]
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** A plugin for Nagios 2+ to monitor SNMP data from enabled PDUs and UPSes.
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* [[PDU Cacti]]
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** XML and scripts to monitor SNMP enables PDU's and UPSes.
  
[[Postfix How-To]]
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== Trac/SVN/Apache+DAV ==
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* [[SVN & Whistles]]
  
==== vMail.Admin ====
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== Web Browsing ==
Link sudo to /usr/bin/sudo
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* [[secure browsing]]
<pre># ln -s /usr/local/bin/sudo /usr/bin/sudo</pre>
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=== Firefox ===
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== Document Handling / Formatting ==
* No Scroll Tabs: goto about:config, set browser.tabs.tabMinWidth=1
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* [[Compress PDF]]
* Close on Tab: goto about:config, set browser.tabs.closeButtons=1
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=== MySQL Stuff ===
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== Firmware Handling / Decompression ==
==== Links ====
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* [[Decompressing Snom Firmware]]
* [http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/programming/mysql-give-root-user-logon-permission-from-any-host/ http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/programming/mysql-give-root-user-logon-permission-from-any-host/]
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Latest revision as of 19:56, 20 September 2016

Many systems administration tasks are only achieved by following someone's How-To document. This is our attempt to contribute to those much needed pages on the World Wide Web.

Apple Macintosh

ExpressCard EVDO Cards

Mail.app

Networking

Electronic Mail

Cryptography/Encryption

  • Secure Computing Root SSL and Various OS SSL Import How-To's: SCN-Root

Backups/Data Preservation

Databases

Log Analysis

System/Hardware Monitoring

  • BMC Nagios
    • A plugin for Nagios 2+ to monitor Dell BMC data.
  • PDU Nagios
    • A plugin for Nagios 2+ to monitor SNMP data from enabled PDUs and UPSes.
  • PDU Cacti
    • XML and scripts to monitor SNMP enables PDU's and UPSes.

Trac/SVN/Apache+DAV

Web Browsing

Document Handling / Formatting

Firmware Handling / Decompression