How to configure SPF for my email domain hosted by DreamHost?

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My domain’s email is hosted by DreamHost and all my emails from that domain are sent using DreamHost’s SMTP. How to configure the SPF record for my email domain hosted by DreamHost? For a domain with email and SMTP hosted by DreamHost, you can set its SPF record to v=spf1 include:netblocks.dreamhost.com Reference: What SPF records
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How to find out the MX record for a domain on Linux?

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How to find out a domain’s MX record for Email on Linux? For example, to find which domain/IP the email to gmail.com is delivered to. You may make use of the host command. The -t option is used to select the query type. type can be any recognized query type: CNAME, NS, SOA, SIG, KEY,
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How to resolve a domain name from a specific DNS server instead of the configured one in Linux?

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I would like to check whether the domain name’s IP has changed in the authoritative DNS server. The system’s configured DNS server may still cache the old IP, which is fine. The question is how to query from the authoritative DNS server the new IP? You can use dig – DNS lookup utility to query
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How to check the DNS I am using on Linux?

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My Linux distro is Linux Mint 17 (Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS (Trusty Tahr)). I am using NetworkManager. The old trick does not work: $ cat /etc/resolv.conf # Dynamic resolv.conf(5) file for glibc resolver(3) generated by resolvconf(8) # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE BY HAND — YOUR CHANGES WILL BE OVERWRITTEN nameserver 127.0.1.1 If you are using
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How to host a domain registered in another account in a Dreamhost account

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How to host a domain name registered in another account in one Dreamhost account. Simply trying to add the new domain, it reports: Error! You can’t add that domain: already in our system You need to delete the domain from your hosting (DNS) from the account first. Don’t worry, the domain name is still there
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Are there good free CDNs on the Web

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Are there some good free CDNs on the Web? There are some free CDNs in the Web. Cloudflare: https://www.cloudflare.com CloudFlare protects and accelerates any website online. Once your website is a part of the CloudFlare community, its web traffic is routed through our intelligent global network. We automatically optimize the delivery of your web pages
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How to install noip2 on Linux

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How to install noip2 on Linux to update my no-ip domain? Check the post at: https://www.systutorials.com/4677/how-to-install-noip2-on-linux/ To make noip2 service automatically update with your latest IP, add a crontab entry for root: 0 */5 * * * /sbin/service noip restart The noip2 service will be restarted every 5 minutes. When the service is restarted, it
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How to Set the Static IP Address Using CLI in Fedora/CentOS Linux

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How to set the static IP address for CentOS 7/Fedora 22+ is introduced in this post. Here, we assume the Linux is using NetworkManager to manage the network. All steps are done as root. Find the interface you want to set the address Command ifconfig -a lists all interfaces. Find the interface name to set,
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Hadoop Installation Tutorial (Hadoop 2.x)

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Hadoop 2 or YARN is the new version of Hadoop. It adds the yarn resource manager in addition to the HDFS and MapReduce components. Hadoop MapReduce is a programming model and software framework for writing applications, which is an open-source variant of MapReduce designed and implemented by Google initially for processing and generating large data
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How to Create Fedora 20 Domain-U on Fedora 20 Domain-0

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In this post, creating a file-backed virtual block device (VBD) and installing Fedora 20 in the Xen DomU via internet will be introduced. This domain is created on a Fedora 20 Dom0 as introduced in https://www.systutorials.com/installing-xen-on-fedora-20-as-domain-0/. For better performance, you may consider using LVM backed VM. Create file-backed VBD The actual space of VBD will
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How to Statically Link C and C++ Programs on Linux with gcc

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Before statically linking you C and C++ programs, you should be aware of the drawbacks of the static linking especially with glibc. There are some good discussions already: with glibc you’re linking static programs which are not really static and some others here and here. That said, you can choose to statically link C and
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Unified Linux Login and Home Directory Using OpenLDAP and NFS/automount

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In this post, how to unified Linux login and home directory using OpenLDAP and NFS/automount will be introduced. 0. System environment This solution is tested on Fedora 12 systems and CentOS 5. LDAP and NFS server: IP: 10.0.0.2 OS: Fedora 12 x86_64 ldap base dn: “dc=lgcpu1″ Clients: IP: 10.0.0.1/24 OS: Fedora 12 x86_64 1. LDAP
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How to install no-ip client on Linux

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noip2 is a dynamic update client for No-IP to keep your current IP address synchronized with your No-IP domain, no matter whether the IP is dynamically requested via DHCP or static assigned. Furthermore, with the domain name, we can host site using a "static" domain whose CNAME points to the No-IP domain. noip2 is a
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CloudFlare with DreamHost

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CloudFlare is a very nice service that provides CDN / optimizer / security protection and more. Good news is that DreamHost turns to be a partner with CloudFlare. The free account on CloudFlare is enough for sites such as Fclose.com. I enabled CloudFlare yesterday and it works smoothly and boosts the site’s performance. Overall, I
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A Free Personal WordPress Blog Solution

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If you want to have a wordpress blog for FREE co.cc + x10hosting is the best choice. I will introduce both in this post. I will briefly introduce how to set up a wordpress blog like my blog. The overall that I paid for this blog is only $0.89. I can say that it is
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Linux Cluster Solutions

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Solutions to Linux cluster construction and management such as unified account management, NFS home directory, network configurations are summarised in this post. The post is keeping updating while new solutions is added to this site. ===Account and storage management=== [[unified-linux-login-and-home-directory-using-openldap-and-nfsautomount|Unified Linux Login and Home Directory Using OpenLDAP and NFS/automount]] [[backup-linux-home-directory-using-rsync|Backup Linux Home Directory Using rsync]]
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Finding out Linux Network Configuration Information

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There is various network configuration information in Linux and lots tools can be used to find out those configuration information. Finding out these network information in Fedora Linux as the example will be introduced. IP address, MAC address and netmask ifconfig will print out all the network interfaces and their information including the IP address
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