With the recent discussion about removing sendmail from the base
install, has anyone taken a look at DMA? It appears to be designed with
exactly the same purpose in mind -- removing the dependency on a
desktop-oriented install on sendmail or postfix, while still allowing
cron et. al. to function fully.
Perhaps not for F-12, but if we start looking at it now, it might be
well-tested enough to be considered for the next (or second next)
Michel, wondering what F-12+1 will be numbered as!
Sent to you by Michel S. via Google Reader: DMA updates via DragonFly
BSD Digest by Justin Sherrill on 8/29/09
DMA, the DragonFly Mail Agent, has been updated so that it can deliver
email from cron job output. DMA is a former Summer of Code project to
make a local-only mailer for DragonFly systems, so that larger mail
transfer agents (like Sendmail or Postfix) are not needed on a system
that isn’t designed to receive mail from external sources. There’s a
TODO list (click the gitweb link) if you’d like to contribute.
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I'm wondering if anyone tried to run Fedora on a small home NAS,
in the class of NSLU2 or Synology 108j. I'm hacking on software
that permits easy management of storage clouds and I'm thinking
about creating a testbed populated with something cheap ($100 or so).
Please let me know if you have a hands-on experience with it.
Yes I know I should had done my research before buying, but wasn't sure
was gonna get it when I was at the store. Anyway, got this printer,
plugged it in, was detected but said no drivers for it. Any plans on
it, or way I can submit info from the CD to get them in?
Hi dee Ho peeps.
I found out that after I updated my F11 a few days ago, fscanf started
I filed a bug report in bugzilla. (bug 520414)
but since I have not heard anyone else yelling about this, I thought
that maybe this is my fault after all... Any suggestions how to verify
(I do not need any help overcoming it, workaround is quite
straightforward for me - remove GNU extension usage. I just would like
to know if the bug is on my side.)
As part of the move to PolicyKit 1.0, the old PolicyKit 0.9 and
PolicyKit-gnome 0.9 packages are going to be obsoleted. Our plan is to
have the Obsoletes in place before the beta.
Most users of PolicyKit have been ported over by now, but there are a
few stragglers. If your package is using PolicyKit, now is the right
time to look at porting it to PolicyKit 1.0. If you need help with that,
feel free to ask on fedora-desktop-list(a)redhat.com or
For details, see http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/PolicyKitOne
sorry, I recall this was discussed on the mailing list in the past, but
I can't find the thread anymore.
I need to resurrect rgmanager package in Fedora. fedora-cvs still has
the package so it's only a matter of "re-importing" it into the devel/
What are the right steps to take?
Thanks in advance