This section contains notes on various services and systems I've explored or setup. These are frequently stream of conciousness notes and may have dead ends, multiple attempts, or be outdated. I periodically go through them and attempt to rewrite them to make them more consumable by others and myself.
I hope these can help guide people on their own attempts to understand the services that they host. Please always double check the facts and don't take a random netizen's personal assessment will match your use cases.
Bind is a stable and well tested authoritative and recursive DNS server.
GNU Mailman is a computer software application from the GNU project for managing electronic mailing lists.
PLEASE NOTE: This guide was developed for Red Had Based architectures, specifically CentOS 5, and Fedora 16+. A lot of the information here is generally solid principles but you may need to adapt it to your distribution.
This is the server configuration for iSCSI, please refer to iSCSI for the client portion.