I have an original sendmail.pem that was generated with /etc/pki/tls/certs/make-dummy-cert (which is similar to /etc/pki/tls/certs/Makefile), but it's now expired.
I tried to use the script below to extract the key, subject, and serial #, and generate a new cert based on the same, but for whatever reason Thunderbird balks at it with:
Oct 27 16:59:26 mail sendmail: STARTTLS=server, error: accept failed=0, SSL_error=1, errno=0, retry=-1, relay=macbook.redfish-solutions.com [192.168.1.17]
Oct 27 16:59:26 mail sendmail: STARTTLS=server: 6025:error:14094412:SSL routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate:s3_pkt.c:1195:SSL alert number 42
Oct 27 16:59:26 mail sendmail: q9RMxQX8006025: macbook.redfish-solutions.com [192.168.1.17] did not issue MAIL/EXPN/VRFY/ETRN during connection to MSA
What am I missing? And should that makefile have a:
dummy target that updates a cert? Or do we need a update-dummy-cert script additionally?
Here's the script that I used to update the cert.
I'm running KMail on my Fedora-17/KDE laptop,
collecting email from an dovecot/IMAP server
on a remote CentOS-6.3 machine that I control.
I created a new KMail folder "MathProblems"
by going to File=>New=>Add Folder on my laptop,
and I verified that this created a folder ~/Mathdir/.MathProblems
on the dovecot server (which stores email in ~/Mathdir),
with the usual cur, new, tmp sub-folders.
However, the files dovecot.index, dovecot.index.cache, etc,
do not appear in the .MathProblems folder
as they do in other similar folders,
and the folder does not appear in KMail on my laptop.
Is this a KMail or Dovecot bug?
And is there any way of creating the missing files?
Any advice or suggestions gratefully received.
Running Windows 7 in a virtual machine, I shared a folder, publically. I
told Windows to share it with "Everyone".
Back in Fedora, I choose "Connect to server" option in the "Computer" window
from the Gnome desktop, change the type to "Windows share", and enter the
Win 7 VM's IP address.
Hitting "Continue" always comes back with a "Please verify your user
details" warning/message, with my Linux account's name in "User name", and
"MYGROUP" for the domain name.
I tried fiddling with some of this stuff, changing the domain to
"WORKGROUP" (what Win 7 shows its domain to be), specifying my account
name's for the user name (even though I shared the folder with "Everyone"),
explicitly putting "Users" as the share's name (the share's name, as shown
in Win7), etc…, without much luck.
Looking for ideas where to look, and how to troubleshoot this.
Have a student that works for a company that just had the
motherboard in there server go out. Disk is fine, but motherboard
was very old and had an onboard scsi controller. Can see the
driver and the DOS and Netware partition, but can not mount the
Tried two other SCSI controllers in a new machine, and it boots to
the Novell : prompt, but the keyboard doesn't respond at all?
Copied the partitions to an IDE disk, and it boots to the same :
They just need the POS system program and data files.
Did see some old info on nwfs, but don't see that available
Any ideals. I ran Novell 2.2 thru 4.11, but last time was back in
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I have a fresh installation of Windows 8.
HDD was parted as MBR, a reserved partition, NTFS C:/D: and the left 200GB
space was left unchanged.
Now I'm trying to install Fedora 17, using UltraISO burned the image as USB
Then it comes to the step of partition. It seems that parted reports that
the HDD is empty, no previous partition can be found.
Tried Linux Mint 13 and Suse 12.2, the results are all same as Fedora 17.
language: Chinese, Japanese, English
I have been running my laptop on various versions of FC without a
problem and am currently on FC16 running Gnome 3 in full mode.
Recently the FC16 Kernel was updated from 3.4.11 to 3.6.2 and my laptop
(Dell Latitude D610 ) would no longer boot - although I could go back to
any 3.4 kernel and it booted ok and worked under Gnome 3. There were no
messages on the failed 3.6.x boot - the screen just went blank. After a
bit of delving it seemed that a similar problem had been reported in
relation to Plymouth and modesetting. Following that track lead me to
'Bug 845745 - kernel version 3.5.0-2 hangs at boot with modesetting:
"conflicting fb hw usage radeondrmfb vs VESA VGA - removing generic
driver" ' on Fedora Bugzilla.
I did try the 'nomodeset', and that does allow a boot under 3.6.2, but
then Gnome 3 goes into fallback mode.
Does anyone know if this will be fixed under FC16, or is this a generic
Kernel fix that will appear across all releases that use that kernel?
How can be used EBTABLES in addition to IPTABLES to forward traffic
from an internal LAN to an external?
Suppose that I have an internal LAN with private IPs, and a Gateway
that control the traffic to the outside, and I only need forward traffic
for certain MAC address regardless IP address.
INTERNET --> Gateway <--- LAN
I'm not sure if I have to enable the following modules in `sysctl.conf`:
net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-iptables = 0
net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-arptables = 0
I have tried with the following configuration, but nothing happens:
# ebtables -F
# ebtables -t nat -F
# ebtables -P INPUT ACCEPT
# ebtables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT
# ebtables -P FORWARD ACCEPT
# ebtables -A FORWARD -i eth0 -o eth1 -j ACCEPT
# ebtables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s INTERNAL_LAN_CLIENT_MAC -o eth1 \
-j snat --to-source MAC_OF_EXTERNAL_GATEWAY_INTERFACE
Any thought will be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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How do I find the definition of a string in /usr/include?
OK, there has got to be a better way to do this than with find and
grep (which isnt working). BUT how does one find the definition
of a string in /usr/include ???
In particular, I KNOW that month is defined SOMEWHERE, but Im
not finding in in the obvious (to me) places.
So how do I find 'Mo' or perhaps better yet 'Mo[' in /usr incude?
Is there a database that contains this information?