Hi all !
I am a SUSE Linux community member - and I would like to discuss the
possibility of including more documentation in SUSE Linux - and - what
most important install those docs by default.
Two important things to add:
1) Some "Advanced Installation" topics - this is already exists in
2) "For Windows Users" - this should describe how to work with SUSE
Linux - the KDE desktop, installation of MP3 and other codecs - and
where to find community help - such as Freenode IRC & Forums.
All other Desktop OSes have this section - on Mac OS X & on each
Windows there is a section for previous generation Windows users. SUSE
Linux lacks here.
maybe also add a few Free Linux books as optional rpms - such as
"rute" and "maximum RPM".
What do you think ?
I don't see mails here, I wonder if I'm subscribed :-) If
you read this, I am :-)
I'm on the way of writing a course about server admin at a
low level (level of the course users :-), in french, sorry,
look at the fr.opensuse recent pages :-)
I come to the page about mail and postfix.
I made this last year with suse 9.0 and could hack the main
and master.cf files to make my server work (I use it now, so
it works :-).
but now I adapt this to 10.0 and have two differences.
* the computer I setup is not the gateway and as my actual
gateway is strongly used, I must make the shift very short,
so all must be ready first
* Yast seems to have evolved in the good direction. So I
didn't use yast, may be I could now.
But I don't find any relevant doc. (yast2, mail agent).
I simply don't understand the way yast works on this module.
it probably lack very few things. I'm ready to share my
experience, even document the thing, but I need a starting
do you have any doc on this topic (very close to yast way of
life, doc about postfix I have ton's of them :-)