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How to mumble server on Rhel 5 or Centos 5

It is currently very difficult to build Mumble and Murmur on RHEL 5 and its derivatives, such as CentOS 5. For these systems, it is recommended to use the current static binary, linked from the Mumble home page.
Unfortunately, if you use the static binary, you will have to manually start the server each boot or write your own initialization scripts (see #Manual Installation, below). For this reason, there is now a third-party package available, which configures murmur as if it were provided by the operating system.

Package Installation

There is an unofficial, unsupported, third-party package of (the statically linked) Murmur available for installation via yum. It has only been tested o CentOS 5.6 (i386) at this time, but should work on other RHEL 5.x versions and derivatives. If you have any problems or feedback (such as results on other distros besides Centos 5.6 i386), please find lewellyn on IRC. The package is not officially supported by anyone, but the package definition and configuration scripts derive from the Fedora 15-Alpha and Mandriva packages and the binary is the official static tarball from mumble.sf.net, the various pieces of which are known to work reliably.
(As of April 2011, the third-party GBS repository is providing Murmur 1.2.3.)
The steps are as follows:
  1. As root (such as via sudo), run: rpm -ivh http://pkg.geekbakery.net/RedHat/5/stable/noarch/gbs-release-1.0-1.gbs.noarch.rpm
    1. Optional: Configure your new repository, for example using the priorities plugin.
  2. Install murmur from the new GBS repository you just added: (run the commands as root or via sudo)
    1. If you want to just install murmur and don't care about ensuring you have the proper dependencies for the web functions or dbus: yum install murmur
    2. Instead, if you want to make sure you have all the proper dependencies for running with dbus and the included web scripts (this package depends on murmur): yum install murmur-suggests
    3. NOTE: The first time you install a package from the GBS repository, you may/should get a prompt to accept the key. The proper ID for this key is 98b3c52e. If this matches what is on your screen, enter 'y' at the confirmation prompt.
That's it! Now you can service murmur start to start your new server. Or, if you wish, you can customize your configuration first.
Note that installing from the GBS repository indicates acceptance of the repository's agreement. Summary of the agreement is: No support nor warranty is offered, and if it breaks, you get to do what you will with the pieces.

Manual Installation

Here's the process for manually installing on CentOS 5.4, using the init script and config from a mandriva rpm and the 1.2.2 static binary release: (You can use this as the starting point for your own manual installation of the latest version.)
yum install lzma

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Setting up GMail on Outlook 2007/2010

As we complete transferring clients to our new servers, the last stage is always the setting up of email; this post shows how to set up email for Google Apps.

Note that menu options are show as a chain; so Tools->Options->Advanced would mean find the menu option Tools, then the menu or tab option Options, then the menu or tab option Advanced.
1. Go to the menu open Tools->Account Settings
2. Click on the EMail tab, and select New. If you are modifying an existing email account, select it from the list, and then go to step 6 in these instructions.
3. Select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP and click Next
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how to SMTP and POP3 Servers (Mail Server)

A List of SMTP and POP3 Servers (Mail Server)
The following list of SMTP and POP3 server should help you if you don't know what mail server you should use for your mail account.

This list is without any warranties and NOT sorted alphabetically.
Please send in corrections or contact us if your mailserver (mailprovider) is not listed below.

See also:  A List of SMTP and IMAP Mailservers (Mailserver List)

Default Ports:

  • SMTP AUTH: Port 25 or 587 (some ISPs are blocking port 25)
  • SMTP StartTLS Port 587
  • SMTP SSL Port 465
  • POP Port 110
  • POP SSL Port 995
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how to setup Your Windows XP or Windows 7 from USB

Make sure insert your Flash drive (Pen drive into USB port)
Then step by step follow this instruction


DISKPART [enter]
LIST DISK [enter]
SELECT DISK 1 [enter]
ACTIVE [enter]
ASSIGN [enter]
EXIT [enter]


copy your all image file into your USB Flash Drive


go to Your Bios Option & Set First Boot USB OR REMOVAL DISK THEN SAVE & EXIT

Some Mother board ar not work this boot instruction

then restart your pc & press ESC key then Select Removal Disk

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How to Yum on RHEL 6.3 or Scientific Linux 6.3 or Centos 6.3

Here is my final Script
At first Insert  Your RHEL 6.3 or Scientific Linux 6.3 or Centos 6.3 DVD your DVD ROM
# df -h [show where your dvd are mounted,i used here /dev/sr0 to /mnt]

please copy this script and Save as
after save this script plz set permission
#chmod +x yum.sh
df -h
cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
rm -rf *
touch /etc/yum.repos.d/rhel6.repo
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