The OpenBSD 4.0 Crash Course by Jem Matzan

By Jem Matzan

OpenBSD is a Unix-like desktop working approach that's commonly seemed for its very good documentation and its fanatical specialise in protection. "The OpenBSD Crash path" brief lower can assist you get an x86 or AMD64/EM64T server, laptop, or community equipment up and working speedy with OpenBSD. you will set up or improve OpenBSD on x86 and AMD64 machines, tips to configure it for server or notebook use, and the way to correctly preserve it till the subsequent unlock.

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Copy over the default configuration files to it: cp /usr/local/share/examples/courier-imap/* /etc/courier-imap/ 3. local to start Courier-IMAP at boot time: mkdir -p /var/run/courier-imap && /usr/local/libexec/authlib/authdaemond start 4. Edit your config files in /etc/courier-imap, then generate OpenSSL certificates with the mkimapdcert script. 3. Cyrus-IMAPd There's a memory mapping incompatibility between Cyrus and OpenBSD, so if you use this MDA, you could have some performance problems under heavy loads.

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/usr/local/lib/X11/fonts/freefont/ /usr/local/lib/X11/fonts/artwiz-aleczapka/ /usr/local/lib/X11/fonts/mscorefonts/ /usr/local/lib/X11/fonts/ghostscript/ The above configuration will register the new font directories with the fontconfig program. conf, so your changes will be properly recognized. In general it's a good idea to follow this practice (modifying local configuration files rather than the master ones) for as many system configuration files as you can with OpenBSD because the master files tend to be overwritten when you upgrade OpenBSD or certain subsystems.

3, to the point that it is almost a different web server in its own right. However, some people may have a specific need for Apache 2 because of the requirements of other software. Those people can download the Apache 2 source code from the Apache web site and compile it on OpenBSD without any extra concern. 3 comes with the following modules installed by default: • mod_cern_meta • mod_info • mod_rewrite • mod_auth_anon • mod_define • mod_log_agent • mod_speling • mod_auth_db • mod_digest • mod_log_referer • mod_unique_id • mod_auth_dbm • mod_expires • mod_mime_magic • mod_usertrack • mod_auth_digest • mod_headers • mod_mmap_static • mod_vhost_alias • mod_ssl If you need to add more modules, you can do so through the Ports tree, generally in the /usr/ports/www directory.

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