By default you can not pass sound through to your host Windows system’s audio devices from a Linux virtual machine. I struggled finding reliable instructions for getting this to work and ended up using a third party solution called PulseAudio. To get started, you’ll need an Ubuntu VM to work with and we’ll need to […]
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Microsoft has really turned over a new leaf in regards to its view of the previously despised Linux operating systems. Satya Nadella has led the company through a complete 180. Not only have they stopped dissing Linux, Microsoft seemingly fully supports it. Previous CEO Steve Balmer tried to put Linux in a guillotine with its […]
In today’s data centric world, everybody wants to know what you’re doing on-line. What’s a private person supposed to do? One solution is to route all your mobile traffic through your home network over a VPN.
Now that we have our groupware server up and routing mail; we’ll need to configure some mailboxes for the mail to be delivered to. There are several types to choose from but we’ll stick to a standard user mailbox and a shared mailbox.
In the previous Kolab article we installed our messaging and collaboration server on a Windows hosted Hyper-V VM. Now we’ll set it up to function as a live email server. Firewalls People often assume that because our Linux VM is hosted on a Windows computer that we will need to adjust or turn off the […]
Kolab is a full featured messaging and collaboration (aka Groupware) server that rivals Microsoft’s Exchange Server and IBM’s Lotus Notes in both functionality and features. It can run on most versions of Debian Linux. It can be installed on single server or distributed among many. It supports load balancing, LDAP directories, shared calendars, shared mailboxes, […]