Any hope of KMail (and Kontact) coming to CentOS-7?What exactly is the problem?KMail seems to work on other ..
When I re-boot my CentOS 7 machine I get lots of error/warning messages like the following:——————..
My home server is running CentOS-7.1Im running postfix and dovecot on it. I collect email from a few sources with fetchmail and move it to ~/Maildir/cur/ with procmail.Or at least, I did do this. For some reason procmail has stopped doing its job, ..
I recently asked about copying a running system to a new drive.As a postscript, Im wondering if it would have been preferable to run the machine under a Live OS, and simply copy the root partition to the new drive?Eg while running under the LiveO..
I want to backup my current CentOS-7.2 system to another drive. Is it safe to copy the system while it is running?Eg by mount /dev/sdb5 /mnt rsync -HPaxvz /. /mnt/Ive found contradictory advice o..
when I ran sudo yum update on my CentOS-7.2.1511 today, ddclient was updated to ddclient-3.8.3-1.el7.noarch (from 3.7.3), and ddclient.conf was moved to ddclient.conf.rpmsave . When I move it back, sudo systemctl restart ddclient fails with the er..
I read that Redhat was offering their Linux free, and downloaded the ISO, though I havent run it.What do CentOS users think of Redhats offer?The registration with Redhat seemed very bureaucratic to me, and Im not sure if I have carried it out proper..
My CentOS-7 home server has a static IP address.Is there a simple way of organizing the hpptd server so that it is accessible through this address at a remote host, but is accessed at its 192.168 address by a laptop on the..
If I boot into CentOS on my home server from a Live CD or USB stick and go to Troubleshoot, it lists OSs it finds on the machine. How does it find these OSs?Presumably it looks through all the partitions on all the hard disks for something that lo..
When I run grub2-mkconfig on my CentOS-7.1 desktop I get the warning (4 times)/usr/sbin/grub2-probe: error: cannot find a GRUB drive for /dev/block/8.Check your device.map.What exactly does this mean?My device map looks perfectly normal to me: [root@he..