xfreerdp /u:USER /p:PASS /d:DOM /multimon /v:IP:3389 /cert-ignore
I.e. uninstall a 32 bit version before installing the 64 bit stuff to avoid parallel 32/64 bit instances on the same machine. [ProductDependency]action: setuprequiredProduct: userland-irfanview-438requiredAction: uninstallrequiredStatus: not_installedrequirementType: before
Your keywords are maildropfilter and xfilter.
You have a cascade of postfixes and aliases your mails are traversing through and are losing the original recipient address? Simply add a header line with first servers postfix. Tune your main.cf and add something like the ‘detect_recipients‘ line here: smtpd_recipient_restrictions = check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials/denied_recipients, check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials/allowed_recipients, check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials/detect_recipients, check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials permit_mynetworks, reject_unauth_destination Your detect_recipients file: […]
Remove chrome-remote-desktop if installed.
rebuild the elasticsearch index: zammad run rake searchindex:rebuild
i.e. from encoded mailheaders (=?UTF-8?Q?Thomas_Gr=c3=a4fner?=) or simply use the qprint command
Create a helper table, containing rows md5 hashes: Get a rows hash from your main table you want to watch rows: Write it into your helper table: Now check your main table rows for changed md5’s:
Credits, kudos and thanx to the guys making https://kifarunix.com/install-elk-stack-8-x-on-ubuntu/ Elasticsearch is the database and Kibana the WebUI to access the database. Elasticsearch provides a RESTapi, accessable via curl and/or via a so called console, that is a part of kibana. Yallah: After this you should the following to your .profile file: PATH=”/usr/share/elasticsearch/bin:/usr/share/kibana/bin:$PATH” The installation of […]
Server: Client: Your tools: You tune your settings using the /opt/mssql/bin/mssql-conf command. The changes are written to /var/opt/mssql/mssql.conf. You can tune this file manually. Start: Process: User and Group: Logging: sqlagent.errorfile is not supported, you can’t change log files location. returns ‘not supported’. The log files are written to /var/opt/mssql/log