How to configure mutt for gmailview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – In one article, I have talked about mutt, a text based mail client. Although not as popular as Thunderbird or Evolution, mutt still has the love of many avid Linux users. If you just want to read the text of the emails like me, you should consider using mutt as the default mail client. (Distributions)

[solved...?] Akonadi fails to startview story

http://chakra-project.org – My akonadi server won't start, and I've never been able to figure out why. As more and more KDE apps are moving to akonadi, I lose functionality bit by bit. I've always had this problem, so it's not some update that has broken it. (HowTos)

updating kernel makes "incomplete" initramfs (pb in autodetect hook?)view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Lone_Wolf wrote:Possibly kalu-dbus when started automatically runs in a separate session where the environment variables are not set correctly.What is the exact command dbus uses to start kalu-dbus ?The .service file is as follows:[D-BUS Service] Name=org.jjk.kalu Exec=/usr/bin/kalu-dbus User=rootLooking some more into this, it seems that (for security purposes) dbus might clear all environment va (HowTos)

[kernel] kernel update and third party modules managementview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Mr.Elendig wrote:You can use some silly wrapper around pacman that rebuilds them when there is a kernel update. I'm sure someone has written one already.Thank you, Mr.Elendig. Do you mean some kind of frontend such as yaourt? (HowTos)

pbget: ABS and AUR PKGBUILD etc retrieverview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Thanks for the quick response. I use your repos anyway, not the aur. (HowTos)

org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknownview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – hadrons123 wrote:What version of chrome are you using?Here is some info from google about the bug.This  org.freedesktop.DBus causes errors in Emacs too. Its not fatal, but seems to be buggy somehow. (HowTos)

Nmon - a nice monitoring tool for Linuxview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – Although not as popular as top or htop, nmon is still one of the best monitoring tools for Linux. Nmon is a tuner, benchmark and system administrating tool. Nmon displays many system performance info cpu, memory, hard drive, network .. By default, nmon updates output data once every two seconds. However, you can easily change this interval to any time period that you prefer. (Distributions)

Apper will replace Appset-Qtview story

http://chakra-project.org – ngativ wrote:abveritas wrote:pacman was rebuild, but not part of a .db for this update, it is fixed for x86_64 (-4 is not up for i686 yet).It is me or pacman doesn't recognize my ccr install anymore neither?Forget it! i just received a pacman update that fixed it (HowTos)

Signatures for community repos, e.g. xmlrpc-c: how establish trust?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Allan wrote:That link shows it does have three signatures...    "pacman-key --refresh-keys""pacman-key --refresh-keys" out:gpg: key C0711BF1: "Rashif Rahman (Ray) <[email protected]>" not changed gpg: key 2072D77A: "Seblu <[email protected]>" not changed gpg: key EA433FC7: "Sergej Pupykin <[email protected]>" not changed (HowTos)

File transfer status in rxvt-unicode?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hello,I had mounted a cifs and had been copying some movies from one of my computers to another through the terminal (mount -t cifs comp1:/share/ ~/somemntpoint) and I realized that I had no idea about the status of the file transfer.  Is there an additional package or some other way to display the status of a file transfer (mv or cp) in rxvt-unicode?  I am just looking for something sim (HowTos)