CentOS 5

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 ...

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

The current (as of this writing) versions of Dell’s OpenManage Server Administration software (OMSA) isn’t backward compatible with older hardware like the Dell PowerEdge 2650. However, if you want to install OMSA on a PE2650, you’re in luck. Using the Dell Linux Repository, you can have OpenManage 5.5 (which is plenty […]

How to Install Dell OMSA 5.5 on a Dell PowerEdge ...

Linux Uptime 179
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 ...