There’s no reason in today’s day and age that everyone shouldn’t have access to safe and clean water. Today I’ve recommitted myself by setting up a recurring contribution to charity:water. Will you join in? Donate today.
“These are weapons of war”. “Nobody I know or have ever met in my entire life should have access to a weapon that can kill so many people so quickly”
If you’re using OwnCloud and have a process whereby your add or remove files from directories via some sort of server process, you may find that you need to force OwnCloud to update/rescan the file listing. To do so you can manually run the following command…
sudo -u username php /path/to/owncloud/console.php files:scan --all
You may also want to consider adding it to the crontab for “username” on a daily basis.
Thanks to this site for pointing me in the right direction.
Say you’re using sendmail to relay email on a web server that you own that’s named “domain.com”, and email is being delivered fine to any domain except domain.com. What could be the problem?
- Rename your server. No server should be named with an actual domain name.
- Change /etc/hostname to the new name for your server
- Update /etc/hosts to remove the domain name and replace with the new hostname
- Remove the domain name from /etc/mail/local-host-names
- Restart sendmail “sudo service sendmail restart”
- Restart your server “sudo reboot”
Once you’ve done that test sendmail out like so…
echo "command line test" | mail -s "Sendmail test" email@example.com