Objective / Goals Evolution able to works with current Exchange Server in MOE Oracle able to works in Ubuntu Cold Fusion able to works in Ubuntu Ubuntu logon to Active Directory using Likewise-Open
Evolution with Exchange Creating a New Exchange Account ● Select Edit > Preferences. ● Click Add ● Create the account following the procedure in Starting Evolution for the First Time. Remember to select Microsoft Exchange as server type in the Receiving Mail section.
continue.. Configuring an Existing Account for Evolution Exchange Account ● Select Edit > Preferences, then select Mail Accounts. ● Select the account you want to convert, then click Edit. ● Click the Identity tab. ● Change your email address as needed. ● Click the Receiving Mail tab, then select Microsoft Exchange as your server type. ● Type your user name, and the Outlook Web Access (OWA) URL. Click Authenticate, then enter the password at the prompt. The Exchange server authenticates your account.
continue..● Select your authentication type in the Authentication list.● Click the Receiving Options tab.● Specify how often to check for new mail, your Global Catalog server name and whether to apply filters to messages in your Inbox, check for junk, set a password expiry period, and any other settings you want to include.● Use the Defaults tab to define folders, send CC or BCC messages to certain email addresses, and set options for message receipts.● Use the Security tab to set PGP and S/MIME options.● Quit Evolution and restart it.
Oracle11g on UbuntuRefer to URL:http://www.pythian.com/news/2329/installing-oracle-11gr1-on-ubuntu-904-jaunty-jackalope/
Cold Fusion on UbuntuRefer to URL:http://www.iknowkungfoo.com/blog/index.cfm/2008/6/6/The-ACME-Guide-64bit-Ubuntu-804-Edition-Part-1http://www.iknowkungfoo.com/blog/index.cfm/2008/6/8/The-ACME-Guide-64bit-Ubuntu-804-Edition-Part-2http://www.iknowkungfoo.com/blog/index.cfm/2008/6/16/The-ACME-Guide-64bit-Ubuntu-804-Edition-Part-3http://www.iknowkungfoo.com/blog/index.cfm/2008/6/16/The-ACME-Guide-64bit-Ubuntu-804-Edition-Part-4http://www.iknowkungfoo.com/blog/index.cfm/2008/6/25/The-ACME-Guide-64bit-Ubuntu-804-Edition-Part-5
Likewise-Open Features ● Joins non-Windows systems to Active Directory domains in a single step from the command line or from a GUI ● Authenticates users with a single user name and password on both Windows and non-Windows ● Enforces the same password policies for non-Windows users and Windows users ● Supports multiple forests with one-way and two-way cross forest trusts ● Caches credentials in case your domain controller goes down
Likewise-Open continue.. Features ● Provides single sign-on for SSH and Putty ● Next-generation authentication engine that supports Kerberos, NTLM, and SPNEGO ● No schema changes to Active Directory required