Tutorial- The perfect server Debian 10(Nginx,BIND,Dovecot,ISPConfig)

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Tutorial- The perfect server Debian 10(Nginx,BIND,Dovecot,ISPConfig)

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Re: Tutorial- The perfect server Debian 10(Nginx,BIND,Dovecot,ISPConfig)

Post by tlmiller » Sat Sep 07, 2019 3:32 am

Didn't read it, but they're using Debian as the base, so I approve and agree! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Re: Tutorial- The perfect server Debian 10(Nginx,BIND,Dovecot,ISPConfig)

Post by crosscourt » Sat Sep 07, 2019 4:37 pm

I was curious to read your reaction.
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Re: Tutorial- The perfect server Debian 10(Nginx,BIND,Dovecot,ISPConfig)

Post by tlmiller » Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:15 pm

Yeah, I read through it today. the biggest thing I have issue with in it is...

1. vim-nox? REALLY? vim-nox kinda sucks. It has no clipboard support, so is even LESS useful (IMO) than vim-tiny. Will 2 MB really kill you to have vim? Or if you just want to use 1 editor, use vim-gtk3 or vim-athena?
2. If you're installing vim (even if i it is the cut-down vim-nox), why bother with nano? I really dislike nano. I f up files so badly when nano is installed. My intern did that one time. Installed nano as the default text editor and watched jkli appear all over files as I desperately tried to navigate but kept just typing. He got a charge out of it, I literally have used vi so long I don't know how to use nano anymore.


But yeah, overall I find no major beef with them.

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