Category: Linux and Unix
In most medium to large businesses there are times, when you need to send mail to a mail relay service. This is used due to restrictions in access to external networks. Instead of having to open ports for every server in a network to allow sending of mail. You setup a mail relay server to allow mail to be routed through.
Here is how you setup a server to send mail to mail relay service instead of through the default gateway.
- Install postfix package.
- Edit /etc/postfix/main.cf
yum install postfix
See below for what the lines look like
In Linux if you have a Nvidia graphics card or about to install one. There are two choices of drivers you can install. On one side you got the proprietory drivers from Nvidia and on the other side you got the open source Nouveau drivers.
Both of these drivers are built for Linux and work fine for most Nvidia graphics cards with no issues. But it’s known in the Linux circles that for a while Nouveau drivers just wasn’t up to par, when it came to the heavy graphic rendering intensive work needed in games and 3d animation, when compared against Nvidia.
But latley with new developments