Mandriva 2006.0 QmailToaster Install
EZ QmailToaster Fresh Install on Mandriva 2006.0 Nick Hemmesch <email@example.com> June 08, 2006
Mandriva 2006.0 - This test install was performed on an opteron 270 with 2GB ram on a MSI m/b.
This tutorial is for Mandriva 2006.0 x86_64 (mdk10364)
To install Mandriva 2006 i586, replace mdk10364 with mdk103
You must have either a local dns server or a local caching name server. If you need a caching namserver, we will add one in Step 8.
Be sure to replace "your-domain.com" with your real domain name, and "your.fqdn.com" with your server's "Fully Qualified Domain Name".
1. Download Mandriva 2006.0 CD iso's or the DVD iso.
Burn iso's to CD, or DVD if you downloded a DVD iso Boot with your CD 1 or the DVD
2. Mandriva Installation (This is the configuration of my test box):
Splash Page: <enter> to install or upgrade Language Choice: Select your language & Click "Next"
License agreement: Select "Accept" and Click "Next"
Security: Select "Standard" & Click "Next"
Disk Partitioning Setup: Select "Automatically Partition & Click "Next"
This will look different if drive contains a previous installation.
Verify that you have all the CDs for your install: Click "Next"
If you do not have supplemental media to configure: Click "Next"
3. Package Group Selection - Select ONLY the following groups:
Console Tools: Select
Do you really want to install these servers?: Select "Yes" & Click "Next"
Click "Details" to watch the installation. It will take a while.
4. Configure installation:
Set administrator (root) password: Enter password twice & Click "Next"
Add user: Add, at least, you & Click "Next" Keyboard: Select per your needs & Click "Next"
Timezone: Select your timezone & Click "Next"
Hardware clock set to GMT: Select
Auto time sync (using NTP): Select & Click "Next"
NTP Server: Select "World Wide (pool.ntp.org)" & Click "Next"
Network & Internet Configuration: Select "LAN connection" & Click "Next"
Select your network interface: Select & Click "Next"
Configure network device: Select "Manual configutation" & Click "Next"
IP address: Enter your "IP address"
Netmask: Enter your "Netmask"
Network Hotplugging: Select
Start on boot: Select & Click "Next" Hostname: Enter your server's "hostname" (FQDN)
DNS Server 1: Enter your "Primary DNS Server IP address"
DNS Server 2: Enter your "Secondary DNS Server IP address"
DNS Server 3: Enter "Additional DNS Server IP address" (if available)
Gateway: Enter the "IP address of your gateway" & Click "Next"
Zeroconf Hostname: Do not enter anything, Click "Next" Do you allow users to start the connection: Select "No" & Click "Next
Summary: You should need no further configuration, Click "Next"
You have not configures X: Select "Yes" & Clock "OK"
Updates: Select "Yes" & Click "Next"
Congratulations: Click "Reboot"
5. After reboot, login as root:
mkdir -p /usr/src/qtms-install cd /usr/src/qtms-install
6. Prepare to Install QmailToaster:
wget http://www.qmailtoaster.com/mandriva/mdk10364/mdk10364-deps.sh sh mdk10364-deps.sh
wget http://www.qmailtoaster.com/mandriva/mdk10364/mdk10364-perl.sh sh mdk10364-perl.sh
nano -w firewall.sh
ctl-o and enter to save
ctl-x to exit
=== NOTE ===
You need to be sure that apache and mysql are running.
7. Get QmailToaster Packages:
This script downloads all necessary packages into you current directory (should be /usr/src/qtms-install/).
8. Install QmailToaster Packages:
Edit the line 171 of mdk103-install-script.sh
Note:!!! Change noarch to $ARCH
9. Add djbdns (if you don't want bind)
rpm -e --nodeps bind bind-devel caching-nameserver
rpmbuild --rebuild --with mdk10364 djbdns*.src.rpm
rpm -Uvh ../RPM/RPMS/x86_64/djbdns-localcache*.rpm
echo "search your-domain.com" > /etc/resolv.conf echo "nameserver 127.0.0.1" >> /etc/resolv.conf
10. Setup QmailToaster:
(Should look somewhat like this)
[root@gateway ~]# qmailctl stat authlib: up (pid 2425) 65 seconds clamd: up (pid 2425) 65 seconds imap4: up (pid 2421) 65 seconds imap4-ssl: up (pid 2423) 65 seconds pop3: up (pid 2414) 65 seconds pop3-ssl: up (pid 2409) 65 seconds send: up (pid 2416) 65 seconds smtp: up (pid 2418) 65 seconds spamd: up (pid 2407) 65 seconds authlib/log: up (pid 2417) 65 seconds clamd/log: up (pid 2417) 65 seconds imap4/log: up (pid 2422) 65 seconds imap4-ssl/log: up (pid 2424) 65 seconds pop3/log: up (pid 2415) 65 seconds pop3-ssl/log: up (pid 2413) 65 seconds send/log: up (pid 2420) 65 seconds smtp/log: up (pid 2419) 65 seconds spamd/log: up (pid 2408) 65 seconds [root@gateway ~]#
Add a domain:
/home/vpopmail/bin/vadddomain your-domain.com <postmaster-password>
Add a user:
/home/vpopmail/bin/vadduser firstname.lastname@example.org <your-password>
Edit /etc/php.ini and set register_globals = On
service httpd restart Bring up your browser and go to:
Username: admin Password: toaster
Change your password . . .
Edit /etc/php.ini and set register_globals = Off
service httpd restart
Check your mail server:
login with your full email address and your password
Send yourself an email - should show right away
Send an email to yourself if you have another address
Go to your other email account and reply to the message you sent
If Isoqlog doesn't show right away, do this: sh /usr/share/toaster/isoqlog/bin/cron.sh
11. Add domainkeys:
Make dir for yourdomain.com:
Make domainkey (Remove the "\"):
dknewkey /var/qmail/control/domainkeys/your-domain.com/private > \ your-domain-dk.txt
chown root:qmail /var/qmail/control/domainkeys/your-domain.com/private chmod 444 /var/qmail/control/domainkeys/your-domain.com/private
Make dns entry:
BIND - in the your-domain.com zone file (see yourdomain-dk.txt):
private._domainkey IN TXT "k=rsa; p=MEwwDQY . . . to end of key" (NOTE QUOTATION MARKS MUST BE THERE)
DJBDNS - in /var/djbdns/tinydns/root/data (make from your-domain-dk.txt):
'_domainkey.your-domain.com:o=-; email@example.com 'private._domainkey.your-domain.com:k=rsa; p=MEwwDQY . . . to end of key
Test your mailserver:
In squirrelmail, send a test email, select View Full Header and you should find something like the following:
----------- snip ------------ DomainKey-Status: good Received: by simscan 1.2.0 ppid: 22641, pid: 22644, t: 0.8416s scanners: clamav: 0.88.2/m:38/d:1476 spam: 3.1.1 X-Spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 3.1.1 (2006-03-10) on ndh1.whatgives.org X-Spam-Level: * X-Spam-Status: No, score=1.6 required=5.0 tests=FROM_DOMAIN_NOVOWEL autolearn=no version=3.1.1 Received: from unknown (HELO ns1.ndhsdns.com) (184.108.40.206) by ndh1.whatgives.org with (DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA encrypted) SMTP; 22 May 2006 20:03:36 -0000 Received-SPF: pass (ndh1.whatgives.org: SPF record at ndhsdns.com designates 220.127.116.11 as permitted sender) Received: (qmail 28034 invoked by uid 89); 22 May 2006 20:03:36 -0000 Comment: DomainKeys? See http://antispam.yahoo.com/domainkeys DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=private; d=ndhsdns.com; b=XVKQZe446BXMnSoQKvgchf0DRx4v8YQYZn5KVLj5O8XYf7V1dX7ETaJ1VGWGp5Bf ; Received: from unknown (HELO www.ndhsdns.com) (127.0.0.1) by ns1.ndhsdns.com with SMTP; 22 May 2006 20:03:36 -0000 ----------- snip ------------
12. Logs for all packages except freshclam are at:
Freshclam is at /var/log/clamav