Hello SuSE people,
Using Kmail 1.9.1 Am subscribed to several mailing list including this one.
Designated folders for each list. I use the "Mailing List Management" tool to
designate the folders as mailing lists. That works for that session only.
If I close Kmail and restart it the setting is lost.
Any idea what I can do to make Kmail remember these settings, or is it a bug
I have no problem connecting my Suse Novell 10.0 box to an other
distant Suse Novell 10.0 box, using ssh. Now, I would like to know what to
do to use X through ssh. While using local display :0 for current local
work, I dream to start the distant KDE on local display :1 and log on as I
would be in front of the distant computer. I dont want to use the sharing
destop ability of KDE, exepted if it is possible to do it through ssh.
Starting by the logging screen or directly entering the user (used by ssh)
KDE session, it does not matter wich way.
Thant you for the attention paid to this mail,
ich habe gerade frisch SuSE 10.0 OSS installiert, incl. KDE. Jetzt möchte ich
gerne den Fixed-Width-Font über das Control Center ändern. Dort kann man
neben "Fixed width" z. B. auch noch die Fonts für "General", "Toolbar" usw.
einstellen. Die Auswahllisten, die ich bekomme, wenn ich auf "Choose" klicke,
sind immer gleich -- nur nicht bei "Fixed width"; dort fehlt unter anderem
gerade der Font, den ich einstellen will: "SuSE Sans Mono". Warum kann ich
den überall wählen, nur nicht da, wo's Sinn macht? Oder gibt's einen anderen
After I updated some files of KDE to 3.5, my YAST updates is not working
anymore, whenever I do a update, I am told that are no updates available,
although I know that there are updates available. (Almost 60 days since last
What can I do to get it working again?
Hello SuSE KDE people,
Running 10.0 Have been doing regular updates with apt. I had upgraded KDE 3.4
to 3.5.1 and had problems with Kmail and not being able to access the
addressbook correctly for addressing the "To" recipient. (Reported as a bug)
I reverted to 3.4.2 so Kmail would work properly.
Now KDE 3.5.2 has been released. I am reluctant to upgrade because of the
problem with 3.5.1.
Has anyone out there upgraded and found that the Kmail bug was fixed? I hate
to just try it and find out I have to revert again. That is a big PITA.
Thanks guys. Comments appreciated.
Hi Joshua, hi everybody
Thank you for your response.
It is really not a confidence problem. I think VNC is good for
controling and really nice for somethink like showing or teaching. And
using VNC means that if I want to do some job a graphical way while someone
is allready working on remote computer, this person should have to stop
his/her work. Some jobs have to be done a graphical way, especialy
configuration of some KDE software. For instance, I wnated to configure an
extra acount in kmail for the usual user to receive internal administrative
root mails. I tryed with the shell, editing ~/.kde/share/config/kmailrc but
of course, it did not work. Further more: the ADSL modem of the remote
computer is not set for remote control (I dont want it until now) and I
tryed to configure it with the shell using lynx... I discoved that it is
I look in the direction of X forwording in local commands like:
ssh -X -f root(a)ip.addr.of.server
But nothing is working.
I know that it could be possible to spye with X, just displaying a
user sceen without it's knowledge, but I dont want it. I allready have
acces to the financial files of this (distant) user!
I espected some one near KDE working group could help me... I continue
waiting for other positive responses. If an advanced KDE or X hacker
hesitate to put the response on a public list, he has just to say that ssh
and sshd must be well configured to be really secured, that's all.
I sent this mail to the list, too. Is that correct ?
Le Jeudi 30 Mars 2006 19:16, vous avez écrit :
> I do not thing using just ssh could be a solution to this. Well, unless if
> you find an application that provides a GUI to the ssh connection, but
> will not give you the feel as if you are in front of it. As far as I
> know, SSH is used or initilzied through the konsole.
> My advice to this is to use VNC.. Try to googling about it. It'll give you
> the actual desktop. The only draw back there is that the user on that
> "distant PC" that you want to use will think as if his desktop is thinking
> for himself, since he/she can actually see there that you are controlling
> his/her desktop. hehehehe
Do you know if there's a way to turn off the "preview" of mail -- so
that you don't
open a message for reading unless you specifically click on it to open
I don't want any spam auto-opening ...
Gracia...Cooleemee, NC Registered Linux user #263390 - SuSE 10 Pro
My country, right or wrong. If right, to be kept right, if wrong, to be
I have some C++ header files as *.h which Konqueror identifies as "Java Source
If I rename those files to *.hpp Konqueror correctly identifies them as "C++
I have some C header files as *.h which Konqueror correctly identifies as "C
But there are also other C header files as *.h which Konqueror calls "Plain
I am totally confused as to what logic Konqueror uses to identify the
sub-category of a plaintext file.
Tux #395953 resides at http://samvit.org
playing with KDE 3.51 on SUSE Linux 10.0
$ date  CCE +2006-03-25 W12-6 UTC+0530