Victory of what?
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Victory of what?
So my problem ended up being a misconfiguration. Even though I changed
in master.cf it wasn't working then I realized I had
I've recently been getting a lot of backscatter on my email server. How can I make Postfix reject emails to a non-existent user on my server instead of sending back a bounce message??
I wish they didn't get rid of the Favorites widget. That was the best launcher as you could make it two rows so it didn't take up so much room. I had a lot of applications on my panel with that....
I tried this already but it doesn't actually work. The drives I want mounted were already selected
I really don't want them mounted through fstab
In KDE 4 there were settings that allowed to you automount disks when you logged in. However there is no options for this in KDE 5. Is there any way to have drives automount when you login? Am I...
And I rebooted and they're back.... :-s:confused:
I just installed some updates and now my hibernate and suspend options are missing from the menu. Kubuntu 13.10 3.11.0-15-generic #25-Ubuntu SMP Thu Jan 30 17:22:01 UTC 2014
Looks like it was this bug. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub2/+bug/1242417
I was somehow able to get it working a while ago with boot-repair. I think it had something to do with that...
The grub.cfg file that is in the EFI partition is just a stub that points to the full config file that is on the root partition. Here is the output from boot-repair
I just did a fresh install of 13.10 alongside Windows 8 and grub seemed to install fine but it's not configured right. I'm dropped immediately into a grub shell and I must run the following to get...
We currently do not support Unity and we don't have any plans to support it either. Sorry
Solved. I just simply added the path to both keys to the autostart script.
ssh-add /home/$USER/.ssh/id_rsa /home/$USER/.ssh/id_rsa.2</dev/null
I have two ssh keys that I would like to have automatically unlocked when I log in. I have this script in ~/.kde/Autostart
No, unfortunately it can't.
I love PulseAudio
If this is a desktop install, the Disk Utility can do this easily.
Putting yourself in a DMZ is a really bad idea unless you know what you're doing. You only need to forward the one port that it runs on to your computer.
The reason you cannot access your public IP...
AFAIK you can't put Linux on feature phones (dumb phones).
Oh, I thought you meant GMX.
I'm still not sure what they're referring to. GPG? All of those cons can be taken care of with a mail client.
I love Gmx. They don't screw around with their IMAP service like Google does.
What do you mean they don't have encryption? SSL?