To begin programming one has to know what to program
against. Right now no one knows what the perfered mail
Am Sa, den 30.10.2004 schrieb John Mizell um 2:35:
> When can we expect development to start on a Mail
> server Gui tool? It seems this is one of the last
> servers that does not have a gui.
> John Mizell
Feel free to start programming :)
Btw. what do you mean with the term "mail server"? Any
specific one of
the 3 MTAs Fedora ships with (Sendmail, Postfix, Exim)
or Cyrus-IMAPd or
dovecot for the IMAP/POP3 serving?
Alexander Dalloz | Enger, Germany | GPG key
Fedora GNU/Linux Core 2 (Tettnang) kernel
Serendipity 04:15:49 up 10 days, 55 users, load
average: 0.28, 0.56,
Trying to install fc3 on a pentium 200mhz and the cd wont boot. Think
the bios is to old, installed fine on more modern boxes. Any ideas on
how to get fc3 on this sucker? A floppy boot disk would come in handy
The FC3 Release Notes say:
RPM's default behavior regarding file conflicts in Fedora Core 3 has
changed. In the past, file conflicts (where a file from one
already-installed package also appears in a package that is to be
installed) caused the installation of the package containing the
conflicting file to abort.
In Fedora Core 3, RPM will ignore such conflicts, and the package
installation will proceed, overwriting any conflicting files from
What's the rationale for this?
Would you please tell me How about the support of Fedora Core for notebook PC(aka laptop)? and what kinds of notebook PC can be supported by Fedora Core (such as FC2, FC3) ?
Thanks a lot !
Park Lee <parklee_sel(a)yahoo.com>
Do you Yahoo!?
Yahoo! Mail Address AutoComplete - You start. We finish.
Sometime during Saturday, October 30th fedora.us was knocked offline due
to a severe flood on the campus of the University of Hawaii. Now the
main web server where download.fedora.us is housed is back up, but power
may be unreliable as most of campus is heavily damaged. fedora.us
Bugzilla and build system is down for an indeterminate amount of time.
So, that is it, in short. What would need to be done to make this happen?
There are some minor things I noticed during my rawhide install (resolution
detection, sound card detection...), some support for laptops is missing
(pbbuttons is frowned upon), but all in all I think things are looking quite
How are the chances for it?
I'm gonna go close my office door, 'cause my EPIDERMIS is showing!
Dax Kelson wrote:
>The FC3 Release Notes say:
> RPM's default behavior regarding file conflicts in Fedora Core 3 has
> changed. In the past, file conflicts (where a file from one
> already-installed package also appears in a package that is to be
> installed) caused the installation of the package containing the
> conflicting file to abort.
> In Fedora Core 3, RPM will ignore such conflicts, and the package
> installation will proceed, overwriting any conflicting files from
> previously-installed packages.
>What's the rationale for this?
Then my hunch about this were right. I was yelling a bit about that on
IRC, but most people claimed
RPM does NOT work like that. Apparantly it does on my system. Rather bad
imho, it allows for easily