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Apr
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revised Does mailx send mail using an SMTP relay or does it directly connect to the target SMTP server?
update to latest link
Apr
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revised Does mailx send mail using an SMTP relay or does it directly connect to the target SMTP server?
Update the out-dated link
Dec
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comment Swap alt and ctrl in certain programs on Linux
I ever wondering how to do this for Emacs and came across unix.stackexchange.com/questions/3216/… . Note that I did not try this but went to Evil.
Oct
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comment Does mailx send mail using an SMTP relay or does it directly connect to the target SMTP server?
@barlop Your finding is consistent with mine: heirloom-mailx works while bsd-mailx does not. Not aware about other working implementations yet.
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Oct
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revised Does mailx send mail using an SMTP relay or does it directly connect to the target SMTP server?
add reference link; updated redirected link; add options to putting the configuration in to ~/.mailrc
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Aug
22
comment No-IP on Linux: What am I doing wrong?
When I configure no-ip, I must start a cron job to force the noip service every 5 hours ( fclose.com/4677/how-to-install-noip2-on-linux ) -- to capture the latest dynamical IP.
Aug
22
comment Gnome 3 “Oh no!” error on login
I have a laptop with this problem with 2 cards. I simply disabled the nVidia card in the BIOS and everything is find for me.
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Nov
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comment How to convert .jpg images to .eps?
I ever wrote a small webpage to convert images to EPS for myself: JPG to EPS converter . This may help others without a Linux aside.
Aug
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comment XPS viewer for linux?
Works great for me for XPS files that Evince can not open.
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comment Does mailx send mail using an SMTP relay or does it directly connect to the target SMTP server?
@Scott: Yes. But depends on the Linux distribution. On some systems, the default is not heirloom (e.g. Ubuntu: fclose.com/b/linux/1411/… . seems there are 3 mailx versions). On some other ones such as Fedora, OpenSUSE, the default one is the "feature riched" "heirloom-mailx".
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revised Does mailx send mail using an SMTP relay or does it directly connect to the target SMTP server?
User-friendly hyperlink
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