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    Quote Originally Posted by amanda099 View Post
    I did it!
    Congratulations, Amanda!
    Great job on sticking with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by amanda099 View Post
    I did it!
    It is a GREAT feeling when you accomplish something on your own, isn't it?
    This is what we should be doing here, directing instead of telling you the answers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Congratulations, Amanda!
    Great job on sticking with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazydog
    It is a GREAT feeling when you accomplish something on your own, isn't it?
    Ironically ? It's my Debian System and it was me who decide what to do with it eventually, so in away I did it hehehe ...

    A bigger mission ahead: A web Server for my own websites Amanda

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    There is an error saying that "....mail system is possibly broken, failed..." every time I reboot my Debian. It happens really fast that I couldn't read the whole sentence.
    Is that a side-effect of purging Network Manager ? There wasn't such error before.

    Amanda

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    It's probably coming from exim4. Safe to ignore or clear the /var/log/exim4/paniclog it refers to and restart the exim4 service. If it comes back at the next boot, read the log (or read/post the log anyway if you prefer)...

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    cat /var/log/exim4/paniclog
    Commonly this appears when you disable ipv6... but post the log contents first.

    //edit: The paniclog is probably full of errors simply because your network has been down.
    Last edited by cynwulf; 04-10-2012 at 06:37 PM.

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    Good job Amanda,
    I know a lot of people that would have given up by now. Way to stick with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by amanda099 View Post
    I did it!
    After commenting out the first two lines under "The primary network interface" in /etc/network/interfaces, restart networking, then bring up the interface.

    Thank you guys for all the help and patience as you walked me through the process : Jay, Roberts & Cynwulf & Dsnook. I was successful ! What a relief to get this done. The wired connection has been made. This is awesome. Mucho Gracius !

    Amanda

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    Quote Originally Posted by cynwulf View Post
    restart the exim4 service
    Is this the command line for restarting the exim4 service
    /etc/rc.d/init.d/exim

    Quote Originally Posted by cynwulf View Post
    The paniclog is probably full of errors simply because your network has been down.
    Actually there are 3 lines of errors in the paniclog and I have cleared them all.
    There were red errors all over the place just after Jeg purged Network Manager and rebooted Debian. But now only one remaining: "....mail system is possibly broken, failed..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsnook View Post
    Good job Amanda,
    I know a lot of people that would have given up by now. Way to stick with it.
    The benefits of hosting my own websites will outweigh all that !

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    There's also a probably related issue: I can't use my gmail, it just be frozen and unresponsive.
    This issue has always been there since I installed Debian but I have chosen to ignore that for some times now.
    Amanda

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    Quote Originally Posted by cynwulf View Post
    ... but post the log contents first.
    I have cleared all 3 lines of errors in /var/log/exim4/paniclog
    and restarted exim4 service.

    I received the following:
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    lucky@cornucopia:~$ sudo service exim4 restart
    Stopping MTA for restart: exim4_listener.
    Restarting MTA: exim4.
    ALERT: exim paniclog /var/log/exim4/paniclog has non-zero size, mail system possibly broken ... failed!
    The error saying that "..../var/log/exim4/paniclog has non-zero size, mail system possibly broken, failed..." still there when I reboot my Debian. The /var/log/exim4/paniclog is empty !

    Amanda

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