When using a Linux computer on a network filtered by a gateway doing SSL inspection, command line utilities that need to download secure web content often fail with security warnings. How can we ensure that your package manager (such as apt), wget, curl, and all the rest, behave nicely?
I was sitting at my desk this afternoon when Thunderbird notified me of a new email. The subject line was “Important — Unusual activity on your Paypal account.”
The Proxmox Email Gateway control interface allows you to specify a smarthost… and that’s it. No provision for authenticating with username and password. You can use an authenticated SMTP relay fairly easily, but you’ll need to go beyond what’s provided in the web interface.
Have you been hearing of the Raspberry Pi and would like to get on board with this sleek little credit card sized computer? Here’s the easy way to install an operating system on your...