Did my first black belt test today, It was hard, I was exhausted after. In our system we are taking 6 to 9, 4 hour tests in order to pass to black belt. It will be a long journey. Oh we also get a stripe on our belt to show we passed.
First look at the Fedora 36 KDE Plasma Spin!
I want to thank @nextcloud for having such an awesome upgrade tool. I upgraded a next cloud instance from V18.x to 23.0.4 in under an hour, and it went smooth as silk. Our nextcloud server is serving a college with about 3000 staff and faculty, and over 300 active users. Love this software.
Did anyone watch the new StarTrek: Strange New Worlds? What do ya all think? I like it, not sure if it will be my most liked, but overall it's pretty cool.
2/2 once I corrected that then it all worked.
Sometimes, I choose the craziest things to do for fun lol.
What also made this difficult, it seems no one uses sendmail anymore. So when you go to the typical places to ask for opinions/help, they look at you weird because you are not using postfix. Well, I grew up on sendmail, its what I know, darn it!! I don't have time for that new fangle post fix, and while you're at it get off my lawn! you whipper snappers. :) #sysadmin
1/2 So.. I built a mail server, mainly for fun (right, im crazy!) and I wanted to run a web based e-mail client, so I chose roundcube(RC), which looks like a nice web based mail client. I got it all configrured, got all my anti-spam stuff setup and working. I was able to send and receive mail from the shell. Success, right, well except RC could only receive and not send.Took me DAYS to figure this out there was a setting in the RC config that gets set incorrectly for some reason D'oh!!
I got to play this last night, fun game, like a souped up space invaders.. Pretty fun, if you just want to shoot aliens lol
I saw a post about this game on Reddit today, and it looks fun.. So I bought it, but have not played it yet (will tonight) but check it out.
Linux Systems Administrator by trade, Linux geek on my free time.
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