Re: RE: Sending a simple mail from debian slug
Hi everyone and thanks for your support,
I'll try to answer all questions so far.
>I don't know sendEmail, but I would expect Arcor to require some
Yes, I thought that is what exim is for.
>It would be really helpful if you could tell exactly how you
I chose the "mail sent by smarthost; no local mail" option and left
all the default options other than SMTP server:mail.arcor.de.
>Telnet shouldn't be running normally. Would be good to know what else
>you've got installed (fail2ban or sth similar?).
I use FHEM mainly, a perl home server that communicates with radio
control switches. It has a web frontend accessible through port 8083.
>> I rebooted the NSLU2 of course.
Well, I have not applied the option to shutdown the slug with the
power button, so I just unplug the power. I will modify it to have
always power anyway, so that after a power failure it will boot
>Do you have access to any other Linux boxes on which you could read the drive?
I use knoppix at the moment, but VM-ware is also a good idea for the future.
The directory /var is empty. I did find the paniclog under:
/etc/logrotate.d/exim4-paniclog but not the auth.log.
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