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  1. Farnborough is closest I think.
  2. If you look at the exam objectives @ Red Hat's web site you will see that they did not change a great deal from RHEL4 to RHEL5. I would say that if you really know your Linux well than working on RHEL4 should not be a huge limitation.
  3. The kernel numbers are all corresponding to releases of Red Hat RHEL5 5.0 --> 2.6.18-8 kernel 5.1--> 2.6.18-53 kernel 5.2--> 2.6.18-92 kernel Each of these kernels are updated and patched versions of the 2.6.18 kernel that Red Hat standardised on for the life of the RHEL5 release.
  4. What mail server are you using?
  5. -OK, as root user type "crontab -e" and [enter] -hit the "i" key on the keyboard. -type in "0 20 * * * /usr/bin/rsync -avP /dir/you/want/to/copy/* /dir/you/want/to/copy/to/" (no star at the end!) -type [esc] -type ":" -type "wq" and enter This should copy /dir/you/want/to/copy's contents to /dir/you/want/to/copy/to and after the first copy it should only copy the differences between the dir's PS. Come and join us on the Linux forum
  6. Kubuntu; Both Kubuntu and suse are based on debian. Just to split hairs SuSE is originally based on Slackware
  7. The versions should be as current as possible. sed and awk should work. Linux ships with the public domain korn shell(pdksh) and may not be compatible with the AT&T derived version on HP-UX. If your syntax is not too obscure your code should work.
  8. Kubuntu httx://www.kubuntu.org/
  9. Mutt is a very capable mail cilent but needs practice it is very good for one liner testing eg: mutt -f imaps://joesoap@thatserver This can be used to test a secure sll mail certificate server.
  10. Can you ping the ip address in /etc/hosts ? What Linux Distro are you using?
  11. If your distro is Redhat/Fedora based then by editing the tag PEERDNS=no in the NIC file /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-ethX should stop the resolv.conf from being overwritten. Just restart your networking service after the edit.
  12. From my knowledge Scalix is really a close drop-in replacement for Exchange and very functional too. It's now owned by Xandros.
  13. I don't know a lot about M$ but boot from the XP CD, enter the recovery console (press R when it asks you whether you want to install windows etc.) When you're at the console, type: fixmbr That should remove GRUB from your system.
  14. Editing bind records is tricky if you are new to linux but try and start by using the system-config-bind tool on rhel 5 to start with
  15. Been on holiday for a litttle while but back in business again!