I have a group of users that I have to restrict email access for and so far using Exchange Transport Rules has worked very well. The problem I am having is that Rule 0 is supposed to bcc the email to a review mailbox but otherwise not change anything and Rule 9 is supposed to block the email and throw a custom NDR to tell the user why they were blocked.
Seems, after the recent upgrade of waldorf obmenu and obconf dispappeared. At least i get a message that they are not there when i try to open rightclick > Settings > Openbox > GUI Menu Editor (i noticed that only now, since there were no need to use it). Is that willingly or may be something in the upgrade went wrong?TIA
I'm trying to make an udev rule to backup the contents of my USB key using Rsync.
My problem is the following
If I name the rule 99-nameoftherule.rule, the script is ran, but I do not see my USB key in gnome and the backup doesn't finish
If I name the rule 00-nameoftherule.rule, the script isn't ran but the USB key is shown on gnome
The other day I bought the new Humble Indie Bundle (which is a collection of 5 independantly developed games) and they all run fine on Statler. Machinarium is flash based and a binary type install.The problem is that when I try to launch Machinarium from the openbox menu, it does not load. I get the Adobe Flash Player 10 window but nothing is in it. The game runs fine if launched from thunar.
Hi, I'm becoming preoccupied with messing about with obmenu design. Had a look at this post http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topi -ob3-menu/ and it suggests changing themerc.I have tried from the waldorf theme directly in /usr/share/themes/waldorf, and have also tried copying the themerc file to my home folder and changing it from there. Also tried renaming themerc as .themerc.