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    Qmail + Ldap + Imap

    Link is 404 plz 2 edit
  2. This is what I used to do and I am not sure if its right or wrong but always worked. To add a user for ftp purpose only so they can log into their home dir and nothing else and upload and download. use: useradd -m -k /dev/null -s /sbin/nologin {username} for web use useradd -d /var/www/html/{username} -m -k /dev/null -s /sbin/nologin {username} To remove the user: userdel {username} to delete the user and all thier stuff: userdel -r {username}
  3. I have a good connection of 1000 k download so its fine for me
  4. I used Barts PE builder to make my own custom WinPE cd for rescues thats only about 175 megs and fits on a very small pocket cd. screenshots here: http://www.thebatchfile.com/junk/PE/
  5. I already mentioned it here https://www.linux-noob.com/forums/index.php...=findpost&p=688
  6. Anyweb.. about the logo. I am not sure I understand your request. Do you want me to make more or just need help putting one of the ones I made in the proper place. If its the latter I would look in /style_images/1/logo4.gif and rename logo4.gif to logo4.bak and copy whichever logo you liked into that directory with the name of logo4.gif and all should work flawless and instant.
  7. Thanks anyweb. I am sorry that I have been lax over the holidays at posting. I have been busy working on a win2k custom cd thats totally automated.. I will post all that info soon. Here is a link with screenshots about the cd and a txt file with more info. http://www.thebatchfile.com/junk/customwin2k/
  8. A question arose today on how to copy all the jpg's from all over one computer to one single directory. Well here is one way to automate this task. First do this: DIR /b/s *.jpg>list.txt Now after the command has complete its run, open the file in notepad. Now use it's search/replace feature to replace all occurrences of the drive letter with the copy command... Replace:C:\ With:COPY /Y C:\ If any filenames in the list contain spaces, add a double quote in front of the drive letter like this... With:COPY /Y "C:\ Then using a case insensitive search, replace all occurrences of the ".jpg" extension with the remainder of the command. Replace:.jpg With:.jpg c:\jpeg_files If you added a double quote above, then you will need to add one following the .jpg extension to enclose each file name in double quotes. With:.jpg" c:\jpeg_files Now review the file to ensure you see each command as follows, COPY /y C:\pathname\filename.jpg c:\jpeg_files Or with double quotes, COPY /y "C:\pathname\filename.jpg" c:\jpeg_files If all looks good, save it as somefile.bat and run it. The possibilities with this script are not limited to just that. You could also replace the COPY command with the DEL command to delete, or the MOVE command to move it from its current location.
  9. Digerati


    Welcome and glad to have ya aboard.
  10. http://www.grithouse.com/~2600/downloads/hotdog_4th_July.wmv
  11. I took the time to scan a fold out that I had that was a guide to linux that you can find in most college bookstores. I scanned them into images and then converted to pdf. I hope they look ok. Morbondu at Grithouse.com was gracious enough to let me store them there since his connection is twice as fast as mine is. http://www.grithouse.com/~2600/downloads/linuxdocs/
  12. Yes that sounds like a goooood Idea.
  13. Command line tools in XP that are useful bootcfg View your boot loader settings, such as your default OS and selection timeout, as well as your boot entries and load options. defrag You probably already guessed that this defrags your hard drive. Type only "defrag" into your command prompt to get a list of possible arguments, such as the drive letter and the type of output. diskpart Manages your disk partitions. After you type "diskpart" into your command prompt, your prompt will become "DISKPART." Type a question mark to get a list of possible arguments. Type exit to leave diskpart. driverquery Will get you a nice list of your drivers and their properties. fsutil This is a handy command. You can do everything from managing your hardlinks to querying the free space in a volume. Type "fsutil" into your command prompt, and you'll see a list of options. I choose "fsinfo" from the list, so I type "fsutil fsinfo" into the prompt. Now I get even more options, but I choose drives by typing "fsutil fsinfo drives." It's fun, it's easy, and you'll get the hang of it. Explore this utility. There are a lot of cool features and hidden twists. getmac This gets the MAC (Media Access Control) address. gpresult Get the RSoP, user settings, and computer group policy settings. helpctr Starts the Help and Support Center. ipseccmd Configures Internet protocol security (IPSec) policies in the directory service or in a local or remote Registry. Ipseccmd is a command-line version of the IP Security Policies Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in. netsh A network configuration tool. Type "netsh" to enter the tool, or "netsh /?" to learn more about it. To exit this tool, type "exit" at the "netsh>" prompt. openfiles Allows an administrator to display or disconnect open files in XP professional. Type "openfiles /?" for a list of possible parameters. pagefileconfig Displays and configures the paging file Virtual Memory settings of a system. prncnfg Configures or displays configuration information about a printer. prnjobs Pauses, resumes, cancels, and lists print jobs. recover This command attempts to recover readable information from a damaged disk. Type "recover" to get the syntax. reg The console registry tool. Get syntax help when you type "reg" into the prompt. You can export the registry, copy, restore, compare, and more. schtasks The administrator can schedule, run, change, or delete tasks on a local or remote machine. Type "schtasks /?" without the quotes for a list of options. sfc The system file checker scans protected system files and replaces the ones you (or your applications) hacked beyond repair with the real, official Microsoft versions. Type "sfc" into the command prompt to get a list of options. shutdown You can shut down or restart your own computer, or an administrator can shut down or restart a remote computer. Type "shutdown" into your command prompt to see a list of possible arguments. systeminfo Basic system configuration information, such as the system type, the processor type, your time zone, your virtual memory settings, and much more. tasklist Want to know what's going on behind the scenes? Type "tasklist" into the command prompt, and get a list of current processes. taskkill Now that you know what's going on behind the scenes, maybe you want to shut a few of these extraneous tasks down. That's where taskkill comes in. Type "taskkill /?" for a quick lesson in the syntax of the command, then shut down all those random processes. I just killed my MS messenger by typing "taskkill /PID 1680." I got the PID from running tasklist, above. typeperf Writes performance-counter data to the command window or to a supported log file format.
  14. Your right, scratch that Idea...
  15. What does everything think about a hacking section?
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