My users like to keep 500 to 1000 messages in their mailboxes and
average about 500K per message (we are a talent management company, so
there is lots of multimedia being exchanged).
So far I have been running whatever came stock with FC1, so I have
Postfix with WU IMAP running in that standard UNIX mailbox mode.
Can I keep Postifix and just change it to Cyrus IMAP style mailboxes and
install Cyrus IMAP? Or do I have to start from scratch?
Fortunately I have only 10 users, so I will have to deal with about 10K
in messages and about 150 sub folders.
as seen there is not the old imapd in FC2, and it did install the cyrus-imap.
Ok, but, when I login I can not see any directory formerly created, INBOX is
And in documentation of cyrus I didn't find anything about that, I thought it
should run out of the box.
So: can someone give a hint, how I convert all /home/<user>/mail to cyrus,
which way I must go, that cyrus will display the INBOX for that user, and
them don't get a "permission denied" when try to create a folder?
Meanwhile I use dovecot, but there are some other problems, too. (filter via
procmail, in cyrus I would make it via sieve and so on)
I fear this is an all-too-common question, but I want to verify if there's a better answer among the Fedora best.
I have a Dell TrueMobile 1450 MiniPCI card to configure for FC1. Inside, it's a Broadcom BCM94309 chipset, which Broadcom claims is their "reference implementation" for an 802.11a/b/c wireless interface. Broadcom doesn't sell it direct, so they don't provide any drivers (same deal for all their wireless devices).
I've found a reference on Google that suggests I'm stuck using ndiswrapper with the Windows driver, but it's an older reference to the BCM4301 chipset. Couldn't find any references on the Fedora archive nor the Red Hat 'broadcom-list' archive for my hardware.
Am I stuck with ndiswrapper, or are there better alternatives? Thanks for any help. Erik
I have Dell Latitude D600, 512MB/1.4 GHz/ATI Radeon 9000/Alps GlidePoint
(might be only sold in EU). The problem is I _really_ dislike Alps
GlidePoint (dual, pad and stick) tapping feature.
I am using Fedora core 1 (yarrow) with default Xfree86 shipped with it,
and kernel 2.4.22-2135
I want to disable tapping from both stick and pad (or disable the pad)
I have tried almost every possible way to disable it(I have read most of
tuxmobile stuff for D600).
tpconfig - I disable gpm, boot to runlevel 3 run manually "tpconfig
--tapmode=0" it says ALPS tapping OFF, but when I start X tapping is
still there, even using any existing mouse driver (PS/2, Alps).
Does "tpconfig --tapmode=0" only affect on stick ?
I also try synaptics touchpad driver for xfree86 (I had to compile it).
but xfree will crash if driver not even loaded, only copied to
/usr/X11R6/lib/modules/input (not 100% sure) at least it will crash is
it is loaded.
So I read more documentation and found out that when using synaptics
driver with Alps glidepoint I should have 2.6 kernel to get events from
So is there any way disable Alps tapping with current kernel
Has someone totally revamped KDE and Gnome in Fedora? It's like some
icons like Desktop Preferences and other apps are missing. Plus none of
the themes from gnome-look.org and kde-look.org work on this distro.
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I recently noticed that samba-3.0.4 breaks samba-vscan-clamav-0.3.5-1...
I fixed the problem by downloading the samba source and the
samba-vscan-clamav source and rebuilding the samba-vscan-clamav package
against the samba source. The resulting package works and fixes the
problems with samba-3.0.4 recently released.
But, now this has broken something in clamd (in the clamav package).
I've emailed the bugs list for clamav and they informed me that the fix
will be out in clamav 0.73! The error reported is "clamd:
Command parser: read() failed."
I'm considering this to be a minor issue until resolved. Which I'm
I do have a compiled i386.rpm package built for anyone needing
samba-vscan-clamav recompiled for version 3.0.4 of samba.
Note: The current version of samba-vscan-clamav package will install,
but will have problems with samba. This case it errors out with
"smbd_vscan-clamav: ERROR: daemon failed with a minor error -
access to file ... denied." As a result, users no longer have access to
any files on the share.
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Since Fedora Core 2 does not include XFree86, are there any suggested
VNC apps that will allow me to remotely connect from my WinXP box to my
Fedora box? Or should I stick to installing XFree86 and Tight VNC?
Has anyone gotten the Logitech MX700 wireless mouse to work with FC2? If
so, could you send me your X config file (xorg.conf or XF86Config),
modprobe.conf, and grub.conf files?
My mouse wheel won't work. (I don't care about the side buttons - I know
you need the imwheel package for those to work).
It worked before the FC1 to FC2 upgrade.
I mount a vfat disk during the boot process with this line in /etc/fstab
/dev/sda1 /mnt/storex vfat users 0 0
The problem is that i can't access it in rw mode as user. I think i's a
normal security issue but if i remember is is possible possible to
enable it in rw mode for user using umask= but i can't remember and
refind it. Could we help me ?
I hope this isn't a stupid question... :-)
Is it possible to create (and maintain) a small DNS listing for websites
that I frequent to enable quicker connecting (I'm on dial-up). And if
so, can I make my computer check this list first, and then the ISP's DNS
if no match is found?
fedora core 2|kernel 2.6.6-1.427
amd 2500+|asus a7n8x-x|msi fx5200