Open /etc/aliases and set the root mailbox address to:
and run theCode:
newaliasescommand. Your daily messages will then be available to read as root in the /var/mail directory.
Finally, open /etc/rc.conf in leafpad and add the following entries to what's already there:
This will allow you to receive security updates via sendmail as root, enable Linux emulation for any programs you might install that need it, clear tmp files, etc. (It looks like sendmail is disabled but that takes the NONE variable.) Reboot one final time to ensure the file changes you've made go into affect.Code:
mouse_type="auto" ntpd_enable="YES" ntpd_sync_on_start="YES" powerd_enable="YES" powerd_flags="-b adaptive -a hiadaptive" sendmail_enable="NO" fsck_y_enable="YES" swapexd_enable="YES" mixer_enable="YES" snddetect_enable="YES" syslogd_flags="-c -ss" linux_enable="YES" clear_tmp_enable="YES" clean_tmp_X="YES" avahi_daemon_enable="YES"
Hello Trihexagonal, with respect to Sendmail, it is advisable to disable (NO) in the /etc/rc.conf configuration file after modifying the /etc/aliases file? Or remain by default NONE in the /etc/rc.conf file ?