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Setting up Multiple Display Monitors and Settings in Linux Mint and Ubuntu

Setting UP Multiple Display Monitors and Settings in Linux Mint and Ubuntu

Subscribe This post is about setting up multiple display monitors on your Linux Mint or Ubuntu Operating system. In a previous post, I show how to hook up an external monitor. In this post, we will discuss the settings and how to arrange your display monitors. For the record, we refer to monitors as screens Read More

How To Install Linux Mint | Create Bootable Flash Drive

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Subscribe In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Linux Mint and create a bootable flash drive. You can do this install a couple different ways, but I recommend backing up your current computer either way. Recently I created a tutorial on how to back up your Windows 10 computer. Windows 10 Backup Read More

Postfix Check What Is Going On In /var/log/mail.log Using Linux Command

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Subscribe This is how you check what is going on in /var/log/mail.log using the Linux commands. [code]tail -f /var/log/mail.log[/code]   CLICK HERE to see our full Postfix Cheat Sheet using linux commands.

Postfix Check The Basic Config Of Postfix Using Linux Command

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Subscribe This is the Linux command to use when you want to check the basic config of Postfix. [code]postconf -n[/code]   CLICK HERE to see our full Postfix Cheat Sheet using linux commands.

Postfix Check Email Queue Using Linux Command

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Subscribe The following linux command will enable you to check your email queue for postfix. [code]postqueue -p[/code] CLICK HERE to see our full Postfix Cheat Sheet using linux commands.

POSTFIX CHEAT SHEET TERMINAL COMMANDS

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Subscribe Delete Email Messages This will delete ALL emails in the queue. [code]postsuper -d ALL[/code] To delete all email in the queue from a certain domain run this command. You will have to be logged in as root. [code]postqueue -p | tail -n +2 | awk ‘BEGIN { RS = "" } /@example\.com/ { print Read More