NNTP server for small sites
Leafnode is a news server suitable for small, limited-bandwidth sites
with only a few users ('leaf' sites). It keeps track of which groups
are being read, and downloads only articles in those groups. Leafnode
has been designed to require no maintenance and to be easy to set up.
Perl is required to use some optional features of the package for
handling very low volume newsgroups.
The unique fully-qualified domain name
This document will introduce you to the Message-ID and FQDN difficulties
and help you out.
What is this fully-qualified domain name or FQDN?
The unique fully-qualified domain name (or host name, FQDN or FQHN for
short) is used by leafnode to generate the Message-ID.
What is the Message-ID?
Every message (mail or news) has a unique p
Notes for the Debian leafnode package:
See the leafnode(8) manual page and the sample configuration file for
documentation of the configuration file /etc/news/leafnode/config.
If you place any login and password information required to access
servers in the config file be sure to check that the permissions on that
file do not allow people to see this information who
Make sure that you have the most current version of leafnode installed.
Check http://sourceforge.net/projects/leafnode/ for updates.
You are encouraged to subscribe to the leafnode-announce mailing list,
available from the address above by clicking on "Lists".
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newsq(1) Leafnode user's manual newsq(1)
newsq - view the
fetchnews - fetc
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