gmail :587 +TLS again!116 (3/4/2013 8:25:22 PM) comp.os.linux.networking I normally ignore "buy youself a new one, like mine" advice.
Besides, I can't believe that current gmail won't work on a 2009 OS.
So I tried to follow the stunnel route, but found: --
*** TLS not available: ... no
Re (3): tricky text manipulation044 (10/31/2012 9:21:46 AM) comp.lang.lisp In article In article , Kaz Kylheku wrote:
Perhaps we can mutually benefit, by considering the results of EdMorton?
> Without these reference input/output pairs, it is impossible to write,
> debug, te... no
WalkWithMe to <my>@<mail.list>333 (10/23/2012 6:20:33 AM) comp.os.linux.networking Collaborators, who are, or want to be engineers and not just
part-changers, are invited to follow the progress and contribute
ideas, on how to send directly to a mail-list.
One day, you too may be painted ... no
Improved collaboration methods.044 (10/20/2012 11:01:17 AM) comp.os.linux.networking We want to promote Linux, because the more users we are,
the more chance of some users making contributions from which
we all can benefit.
In any system, the higher up the heirarchy the improvements are,
emacs: Search/ReplaceAll :Regex044 (10/20/2012 7:05:48 AM) comp.lang.lisp Obviously emacs can Search/ReplaceAll forward TextBlocks.
And withRegex; like "" equivalent to "", and ignore
blank-lines, and ignore space & tabs.
Whereas most editors can't handle 50-lines [4000... no
Dud: ISP so send mail directly?1429 (10/11/2012 5:52:47 PM) comp.os.linux.networking I'm subscribed to mail-lists from 10 years ago.
Now my wireless connection via my new ISP can't
access smtp of the original ISP. So the mail-lists
can still mail me via pop, but I can't reply.
Is it re... no
tricky text manipulation235 (9/20/2012 6:51:28 PM) comp.lang.lisp My use of this utility would be to delete the inevitable
repeated/redundant 'packing' that we get when we
fetch http-textS and append them to accumulatorFile.
Each URL-fetch accumulates its 3 parts:
HOW2 test a frame-buffer?373 (1/4/2012 2:10:51 PM) comp.os.linux.hardware An application that I need to have on a HP-mini netbook, needs a frame buffer. When I did: cd /dev; ./MAKEDEV -n -v fb it showed : udev active, devices will be created in /dev/.static/dev/ create fb0 c ... no.top.post(346)
X:blackbox is fast but ...160 (11/7/2011 4:13:50 PM) comp.os.linux.misc Fortunately, I picked up from some user that blackbox was fast, because it's expensive to do user familiarisation on EACH wm. I never got any input to my query as to why kde4 under knl 2.6 was SO much slower t... no.top.post(346)