Archive for 'Linux Installations' Category

Set up a mail server for multiple domains using Postfix, Dovecot & PostfixAdmin

By jbayer - Last updated: Wednesday, March 9, 2011

A common task is to set up a mail server.  A less common task is to be able to support multiple domains on the same mail server, with the possibility of the same address on different domains. An easy way to do this is to use Postfix and Dovecot, using MySql as a backend to […]


Installing SugarCE on CentOS (and Fedora)

By jbayer - Last updated: Monday, March 7, 2011

SugarCE is an open-source version of the SugarCRM, (CRM meaning Customer Relationship Manager).  I needed to install it on a CentOS system, so made the attached script.  The script assumes that you are starting with a minimal CentOS 5.5 install, Fedora will most likely work as well. The SugarCRM site is located: and here […]


Zoneminder and IE 8

By jbayer - Last updated: Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Zoneminder hasn’t been updated in over a year, and in that time new browsers have been released.  One of them, IE 8, has depreciated the use of the <applet> tag, which Zoneminder uses to load Cambozola (a java-based viewer) The following is a replacement for the applet code.  Simple replace the applet code in the […]


Install problems on older hardware

By jbayer - Last updated: Friday, February 11, 2011

A coworker was trying to install Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat onto an older laptop.  The installer would simply hang at a black screen as soon as the install was started. This brought to mind the problems people have installing onto different hardware;  I’m going to keep this updated with various ideas and suggestions. Maverick Meerkat […]