As part of a set of security updates one of the servers in a cluster was upgraded from Ubuntu 16.04LTS to 20.04LTS. Everything seemed to be fine until we found that Postfix was no longer sending email via the Amazon AWS SES service. The past few hours have been spent fixing Postfix after an Ubuntu upgrade. Ubuntu Changed How Postfix Works Turns out this upgrade wasn’t completely innocuous when it comes to Postfix and the ability to send mail. It … Continue reading “Fixing Postfix After An Ubuntu Upgrade”
Intro This is how I went about building a version of nginx that supports RTMP media streaming on an Ubuntu 16.04 VirtualBox. It is not a simple plug-and-play exercise but anyone with basic Linux system admin skills can get this going.
The CrashPlan Pro documentation is incomplete and difficult-to-follow at best when it comes to configuring a new headless server using the OS/X CrashPlan Pro client. Here is the info you need to get it done quickly. For reference, my environment is OS/X Sierra with CrashPlan Pro 4.8 accessing a new CrashPlan Pro installation on a Ubuntu 16.04 server. Get Your UI Key Login to your remote server where you want to configure the new CrashPlan install. This is my Ubuntu … Continue reading “CrashPlan Pro Headless Server Configuration on OS/X”