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Before proceeding with this tutorial, and at the risk of possibly overstating what is obvious to some, I want to make three things clear:

How to get DKIM and DomainKeys working with Postfix on ...


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This blog post builds on the same workaround explained in my older post about how to install the 32-bit version of Dell OMSA 6.3 on a 64-bit version of RHEL / CentOS 5.5 on a PowerEdge server so you can manage a PERC 4 RAID adapter. Dell’s newer OMSA 6.4 […]

“No controllers found” fix: set up Dell OMSA 6.4 32-bit ...


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UPDATE 7/11/15: The following procedure will work on RHEL/CentOS 7, 6, and 5 systems to upgrading from those systems’ default versions to Postfix 3.02. CentOS (a non-commercial clone of RedHat’s RHEL) is my server operating system of choice because it’s extremely stable and widely-used. One of the reasons it’s so stable is […]

Building Postfix on RHEL / CentOS from Source



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UPDATE: If you’d like to run the newer OMSA 6.4, please read this updated blog post. If you’d rather install OMSA 6.3, then please continue! If you’re running a 64bit version of RHEL 5.5 or CentOS 5.5 on a slightly older Dell PowerEdge server with a PERC 4 or earlier […]

“No controllers found” fix: set up Dell OMSA 6.3 32-bit ...


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If you’ve ever tried to reset the password on a Dell Remote Access Card III (DRAC3), then you probably already know that trying to manage a DRAC III in a Linux environment can be frustrating – especially since current (as of this writing) versions of Dell’s OpenManage Server Administration software (OMSA) […]

Reset a DRAC III using racadm on a Dell 2650 ...


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Since the default version of ImageMagick installed by yum on CentOS 5.5 is  6.2.something, and you want to be able to do all the cool stuff that ImageMagick 6.5.* and 6.6.* can do, you’re gonna have to compile it from source yourself. Don’t worry – it’s easy, and it works.

How to Get ImageMagick 6.5.x or 6.6.x Working on CentOS ...



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Update! RPMs and Yum now available. I build and maintain the RPM packages of OpenDKIM for RHEL/CentOS and Fedora, which are available with Yum. For a much quicker and easier way to install OpenDKIM, read this. Of course, if you still prefer to go old-skool and compile your own binaries […]

How to get DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) working with Postfix ...