Well, I got good news, annoying news, then great news for this post! The good news is that the strike at my work may be over soon! YAY! The annoying news is that the staff systems haven’t been turned on for 4 months to do updates! WAH! The great news is that I can tell all the Windows systems to install their updates, without needing a WSUS server!
One of the things that the tech at LukeCorp was required to do was setup an email server on their shiny new Debian box. Luckily, there are lots of choices for Debian – Exim, sendmail, postfix, qmail, and many, many others. The one I use for BASIC email sending, is just the Exim client. This means it will be setup just to send email, not to receive email.
So today, I was helping someone with a multi-site WordPress issue, and I linked to my blog. But guess what? It wasn’t coming up! All my external tests seemed to work, including Down for Everyone or Just Me, and even Cloudflare! I could still SSH into my server (as I was watching log files scroll by anyways!), so I knew it was up and accessible. So, what’s next?