I have fully functional mail server which uses maildrop as a delivery agent. Now i need to implement quota for each mailbox. I've found some articles which describes quota configuration with patch to postfix - but i found some posts that patched postfix quota functionality works only when virtual delivery agent is used.
I use Postfix with virtual mailbox and Maildrop for the transport agent. All my emails are delivered to the folder /home/vmail/domain.tld/user/. Today I noticed that emails sent to non-existent addresses are delivered to the file /home/vmail/domain.tld/user.
I was using scp and ssh suddenly some warning about
From that moment when that warning appeared till now, I can copy files via sftp but it is impossible to use scp. What's going on? I tried removing .ssh/known_hosts but it is always the same. When scp myfile user@server:/Folder, I get the following message.
I am new to *nix and I am trying to find some files that I know are supposed to be somewhere on the system, but I am not sure where they might be or if they were even ever copied over from another project.
I was getting way too many “permission denied” messages to make sense of when using find. I searched and found this How can I exclude all “permission denied”-messages from “find .”?