How to Install and Configure ClamAV on Ubuntu

One of the largest issues with email today is the problem of Unsolicited Bulk Email (UBE). Also known as SPAM, such messages may also carry viruses and other forms of malware. According to some reports these messages make up the bulk of all email traffic on the Internet. To install the rest of the applications(…)

A Quick Guide To Install SUBVERSION

Subversion depends on a number of third party tools and libraries.Some of them are only required to run a Subversion server; others are necessary just for a Subversion client. This section explains what other tools and libraries will be required so that Subversion can be built with the set of features you want

How to run a PHP script on cron

Lots of programmers like PHP for its ability to code and develop web applications fast. Code-debugging is a lot easier than with PERL or C. However, there is one thing a lot of developers are puzzled about, “How to run PHP Scripts with crontab?” Cron is normally available on all Unix and Linux distributions; if(…)

How to install BIND 9.3.0 on a clean Fedora Core 2 system

In retrospect this was surprising (since we had not requested any DNS software during the FC2 installation procedure – FC2 install was kind enough to do it anyway) and perhaps we should have removed this version before installing since we ended up with -in our view – an incomplete installation. We may have had a complete install if we had done this – maybe not. We issued the following command to upgrade the installation:

How to install BIND 9.3.x on FreeBSD

FreeBSD 4.x and 5.1 ships with BIND version 8.x as the default or base installation. FreeBSD 5.3 – the first of the stable 5.x series – ships with BIND 9.3.0 and some annoying traits. FreeBSD 6.2 ships with BIND 9.4.1 as the base installation. FreeBSD differentiates between a base DNS install and a normal DNS(…)

What Is PHP-Nuke

It is a CMS (Content Managment System) that integrates in its inside all the instruments that are used to create a site/portal of information (meant in broad sense). Given the immense number of present functions in the installation and in an even greater quantity of modules developed from third parties, the system is also adept to the management of

How to have e-mail delivered at special times

E-Mail delivery can be invoked by issuing the command “sendmail -q”. For those who are interested in what sendmail actually does, “sendmail -q -v” will give a more verbose version of the delivery process.

It is very convenient to automate the process of e-mail delivery. A tool commonly used for this process is cron.

How to Connect and Disconnect from MySQL Server

To connect to the server, you will usually need to provide a MySQL user name when you invoke mysql and, most likely, a password. If the server runs on a machine other than the one where you log in, you will also need to specify a host name. Contact your administrator to find out what connection parameters(…)

How to Monitor File Systems in Red Hat Linux

Red Hat Linux provides a utility called diskcheck that monitors the amount of free disk space on the system. Based on the configuration file, it will send email to the system administrator when one or more disk drives reach a specified capacity. To use this utility, you must have the diskcheck RPM package installed. This utility is run as(…)

How to Configure a DHCP Server – FreeBSD system

Unlike the built-in dhclient, your FreeBSD system does not come with DHCP server software. This is because you only need to configure a DHCP server if you want to lease out IP configuration for your own network. However, there are two ports that allow you to create your own DHCP server. The first is known(…)