Update OpenBSD

General

Just like any of the BSDs, OpenBSD can be upgraded by grabbing the latest builds and compiling them from the Internet. Below are the steps to perform this.

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Dynamic DNS & DHCP

General Information

This is a guide on how to setup OpenBSD with Dynamic DNS and DHCP using BIND 9 and ISC DHCP 3.01 for basic DNS use. This is not a definitive guide but a simple how to, considering this, the methods use here may not be the best ones or the most correct. If you have any updates and such, please e-mail them to me.

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Active Directory Dynamic DNS & DHCP

General Information

This is a guide on how to setup OpenBSD with Dynamic DNS and DHCP using BIND 9 and ISC DHCP 3.0X for lan clients as well as Microsoft Active Directory.

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Install OpenBSD On a Strato Root-Server

Disclaimer

Okay, here is a little howto to install OpenBSD Unix on a Strato root-server. If you are impatient, you won’t need more than a piece of paper, and a ssh connection. If you got time, you will also need a local installation of OpenBSD to make a bootable installation floppy. ANYHOW, I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANY GUARANTEE THAT THIS WILL WORK! YOU ARE BASICALLY ON YOUR OWN OUT THERE, BUT IF YOU ARE AN ADVANCED BSD-DEVIL, SOME TIPS MIGHT COME IN HANDY.

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Basic Installation OpenBSD

General Information

OpenBSD has a claim of being the most secure Operating System out-of-the-box. The problem is the installation is not very intuitive. Here I will be guiding you through a standard installation of OpenBSD 3.5 and this guide assumes you have a basic i386 PC to work with and will be using your entire disk for OpenBSD. Nothing fancy or unordinary. For this guide, I used a 3.0 gig harddrive.

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Qmail, Courier Imap (with SSL), Vpopmail, and Squirrelmail

General Information

Hosting your own e-mail is a handy thing. This guide will show you how to set up a secure mail server using qmail, vpopmail, qmailAdmin for user management, and smtp-auth so only valid users can send mail.

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