> probably the best way to handle the "travelling user" need is with
> smtp-auth -- where the sending client authenticates.
> look at/for the following lines in your sendmail.mc
> dnl # The following causes sendmail to additionally listen to port
> 587 for
> dnl # mail from MUAs that authenticate. Roaming users who can't reach
> dnl # preferred sendmail daemon due to port 25 being blocked or
> redirected find
> dnl # this useful.
> the concept of temporarily adding a random/dynamic ipnumber isn't
> very good as it open a (admittedly probably small) window that might
> be able to be used by a spammer type should they come upon it.
Thank you very much for the help! I uncomment the line
DAEMON_OPTIONS(`Port=submission, Name=MSA, M=Ea')dnl
but, I have a question: if outlook express does not use port 587, then what to
do? How to make sure that if outlook express finds port 25 blocked, it will
try port 587?
What about the other line
dnl DAEMON_OPTIONS(`Port=smtps, Name=TLSMTA, M=s')dnl
does that help if it is uncomment too?
I see things reported in logwatch that I don't expect. For instance,
named reports resolving addresses that are part of spams I'm receiving.
However, I'm not using spam filtering, I'm not loading HTML with images
that might contain web bugs (and these spams were plain text, anyway),
so I didn't expect Evolution to go checking on the addresses.
Anybody else see the same thing, or can explain it?
Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored.
I read messages from the public lists.
I have a number of FC4 boxes set up as servers hooked up to a KVM
switch. Every once in a while when I go to use them at the machine
the mouse is messed up. It moves sporadically and acts as though I am
clicking on things that I am not.
Is there any way to reset the mouse from the command line without
rebooting the machine? Thanks for your help!
I am using Linux fedora core 3.
How can i autologin as a superuser (root).
i am able to autologin as a non-root user but not as a root.
i can hande the security issues if i can autologin as a root.
so if u know the solution mail me to hvreddy11110(a)gmail.com
thanks in advance.
> When I try to connect from a remote machine to my one at home
> using ssh I get the error message "ssh: connect to host 220.127.116.11 port
> 22: Connection refused" -- but using ssh in the outgoing direction (i.e.
> from home to the remote location) works fine. Any suggestions as to how
> to troubleshoot this?
I looked at your IP to see what kind of router you had.
It appears to be supplied by your ISP, because telnet showed:
Sawtooth Technologies, LLC Stevenson, WA Unauthorized Access is Prohibited
gw-sawtooth.pdx.rain.net 98.10.20-0 For Service Call +1 509 427-4865
Sawtooth Technologies Ether 18.104.22.168 PL/DHGL/109201/ELG 22.214.171.124
So you may need to call them to get the password or to forward port 22
Is there a way that I can decrease the tap sensitivity or turn off the
tap option on my touch pad?
I am having this annoying problem that when I am typing my palm or some
part of my hand brushes up against the touch pad and starts me typing in
another part of the text that I have already typed. I thought I could
live with it but I really can't :) . I tried changing my typing so my
wrists are up higher but no luck. So now I would like to try turning
off the tap option (if there is a way to do that) and see if I am better
off without it.
I am using Fedora Core 4 on a Compaq Presario R3000
I'm just rather new to FC4, so bare with me please if this question is
rather dumb & silly. I have a Windows XP Professional system, that boots
directly from the HDD, now I have downloaded the FC4 DVD image from the
website, and can mount it on a virtual DVD-ROM, like Daemon Tools.
Now, I do not have a DVD or CD writer, so is it possible that I can install
FC4 without having to burn those images, or is it absolutely impossible?
> Hi --
> Fedora newbie just bought this PC card for hp omnibook 6000 notebook
> installed with Fedora 4.
> I've searched through google and
> http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Jean_Tourrilhes/Linux/Wireless.html but
> haven't found related info yet. Appreciate any info on how to make it
Make sure you have updated to the latest kernel. The original FC4
kernel had fairly minimal PCMCIA card support. Try putting the card in
and do a "lspci -v" as root. You should see something like:
04:00.0 Network controller: Intersil Corporation Intersil ISL3890 [Prism
GT/Prism Duette] (rev 01)
Subsystem: Netgear WG511 Wireless Adapter
Flags: bus master, medium devsel, latency 80, IRQ 177
Memory at 52000000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=8K]
Capabilities: [dc] Power Management version 1
somewhere in the spewage along with similar information for every other
device that hangs off of your notebook's PCI bus. Dig around for the
wireless adapter. Then you get to start hunting for a Linux wireless
LAN driver for the card. Google is your friend.
If you can't find a native Linux driver, look into ndiswrapper.
ndiswrapper lets you use the Windoze driver by providing a "wrapper"
module. The livna repository does a good job of keeping the FC4 rpm
current with the latest kernel. If you want to learn more, the project
is hosted on sourceforge.