Category Archive: Linux

Jul 10 2015

Thunderbird links open in Chrome / Chromium in incognito mode

For quite some time, I have tried to get links in Thunderbird to open automatically in Chrome or Chromium instead of defaulting to Firefox. Moreover, I have Chromium start in incognito mode by default, and I would like those links to do the same. This has been a problem for me since I don’t use …

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Jun 19 2015

Amavisd – debugging and logging startup failures

Recently, I wrote an article about amavisd not running with Postfix, and getting a “Connection refused to″ error message that wasn’t easy to diagnose. Yesterday, I ran into another problem with amavisd refusing to start properly, and I wasn’t readily able to figure out why. By default, amavisd logs to your mail log, which …

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Jun 05 2015

RHEL/CentOS Kickstart partition scheme with disk by-path IDs and automation via PXE

So, for several weeks now, I’ve been struggling with disk naming and UDEV as they relate to RHEL or CentOS Kickstart automation via PXE. Basically, what used to be a relatively straight-forward process of setting up partitions based on disk name (e.g. /dev/sda for the primary disk, /dev/sdb for the secondary disk, and so on) …

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