Apache Subversion often abbreviated as SVN is a software versioning and revision control system. This post was written during a integration and PoC of SVN in a deployment stages.[Read more…]
CentOS 8 has PostgreSQL within the default repositories but its’ a bit outdated – currently during writing of this post, it’s the version: 10.6.
The currently official version of PostgreSQL is version: 12.1
So this instruction was written to install the current actual version of PostgreSQL 12.1 on CentoOS 8 system.
Let’s get started![Read more…]
CONTROL + C is the magic key combination to stop any execution at the command line. The execution stops immediately and in worst case you see something like ^C as the output of your running command.
If you stop the execution of any Python-Program, the output will be a bit unordinary and in the most cases, annoying. Because your Terminal gets flooded and you will get an Exception:[Read more…]
In a previously post I updated my webmail installation on a self hosted mail system to the latest release. This post will cover SPF (Sender Policy Framework) which is responsible for email authentication during the delivery of the emails.
For you own domains you should set DNS-based TXT records which described you policy and the systems(ip-addresses or ranges) which are allowed to handle e-mail traffic for your domain(s).