Category: GNU Linux

Does fetching a paged out memory page show as CPU wait or CPU Util?:

If a memory page has been paged out of main memory to disk, does the procedure of fetching that page back into main memory show as CPU Wait or CPU Util in e.g. top?

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Defend Free Software!:

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New Release: Tails 4.0 (Based On Debian 10):

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If there were no donations, would distros developers continue to develop the distro?:

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Good laptop for running linux:

Im looking to buy myself a laptop to run linux on, im on a budget of $500 what would you recommend?

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Do y’all eat your Linux with or without the shell?:

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Sharing a demo of my nocurses.h library – based on old conio.h:

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Firefox 70 released:

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Latest Firefox Brings Privacy Protections Front and Center Letting You Track the Trackers:

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How to setup own mail server that forwards to another mail server:

Is there a tutorial available to setup own mail server that actually forwards to another service like mailgun, aws, mailchannels etc.?

I want to have my own mail server like mail.mydomain.com. Users will come to my site for signup and they will have their own domain. SMTP will be using authentication. So basically:

user1@domain1.com –> mail.mydomain.com –> smtp relay
user1@domain2.com –> mail.mydomain.com –> smtp relay

This is outgoing so how will incoming work?

Do you think postfix will be better for this job or mailcow? I am using Debian.

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