Thanks for the responses. I tried "apt-get . . .", but it failed because,
of course, DNS doesn't work so the package server(s) cannot be found.
Likewise, the Other | Update . . . feature did not work.
Like all the equipment in my home office, I set DNS to public servers at
OpenDNS, so the djigzo's DNS settings are:
DNS 1: 188.8.131.52
DNS 2: 184.108.40.206
DNS 3: [blank[
On 01/-10/-28163 08:59 PM, lst_hoe02 at kwsoft.de
> Zitat von jhallett at mindea.com
>> Hi Martin.
>> I downloaded and setup the VMWare image. How do I best check and
Maybe "dnsutils" should be included so one can test DNS resolution with
Yes I'll do that since I had to install dnsutils more than once when
installing the Virtual Appliance. I try to keep the Virtual Appliance as
clean as possible to make it more secure and make it less likely that
updates should be installed. dnsutils (and Telnet) however are tools
that come handy. I will add them when the virtual appliance is updated.
If you test the Appliance at Home or behind some cheap broadband router
it might be the problem that some of these devices don't support MX
You can try to install "dig" with "sudo apt-get install dnsutils"
then test the MX resolution with "dig somedomain MX".
And if you need telnet (to manually test SMTP connection) you can
install it with
sudo apt-get install telnet
PS. make sure you install all updates first (can be done from the
console Other -> update