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Linux LDAP client configuration

The simplest way to configure LDAP client in Linux is to use some kind of tool delivered with system. SuSE has yast (yast2), RedHat family has authconfig (authconfig-tui). This should install required packages like:...

LDAP DIT

Solaris LDAP client configuration

Oracle Solaris has native LDAP support built in OS, so there is no need to install third-party software to configure Solaris to use LDAP as users/groups and other repository. You can use different ways...

LDAP DIT

LDAP server for Solaris and Linux clients

Few months ago I received a task to set up LDAP authentication for Solaris 10, Solaris 11 and Linux machines in Customer’s infrastructure. As LDAP server was chosen OpenLDAP 2.4.x in Master-Slave configuration with...

Migration root disk into mirror in LVM

I’ve found several manuals describing how to add second disk to Volume Group and transform it into mirror. This does not looks complex, and everyone can do it, when everything is working like described...

Trusted certificates for free – StartSSL

How many times did you see a pop-up message “Security certificate of this site is not trusted!”? We are used to it, and most of people even don’t check who is Certificate Authority and...

Mysza

Postscreen – Greylisting in Postfix

Greylisting is well known antispam technique. It’s idea is basing on fact, that spamming hosts (zombies) do not have time for re-transmission and are trying to send maximum amount of spam in shortest time...

Mail system implementation

My experience, which I gained during implementation of different systems shows, that implementation should be done in stages. Then, at each stage you can see if it works, if there are some fields to...