Dec. 29th, 2010 04:54 am
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First step in troubleshooting - make certain the program is running.

sraun: fire opal computing seal (fire opal computing seal)
I was talking to someone at the Minn-StF Halloween Party (was it you, [livejournal.com profile] fmsv?) about epub editors. This is the one I couldn't remember the name of:

Sigil is a multi-platform WYSIWYG ebook editor. It is designed to edit books in ePub format.

sraun: fire opal computing seal (fire opal computing seal)
I need a To Do List Manager. My major requirement is that it support pop-up reminders for semi-arbitrary times of day (hour & half-hour is sufficient). Next requirement is recurring tasks (Examples: every Monday at 3:30pm; every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 1pm). I was using the Outlook Task Manager - it was more powerful that what I needed. It needs to run on Windows 7.

I'd also be interested in something that would run under *buntu.
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1 - Working on getting printing fixed on the server. After that comes web-mail, then comes mailing list archives

2 - The car just got a new catalytic converter. Do you know what happens when your catalytic converter gets plugged? It's not nice - the symptoms are very similar to being low on transmission fluid, or having a dying transmission.

3 - Gevalia sells very nice coffee, thank you. (For some reason I'm doing coffee for my daily beverage today.)

(insert 45 minute pause)

4 - I just had a phone interview with a head-hunter. Hmm, this could get interesting. The position would probably require a pay-cut, but it would be with a ~400 employee company, largest in its industry and growing. And the position would be much more of a generalist position.

5 - I've got one to two hundred day-lily seeds I'm going to try to plant next year.

6 - I was just reminded that I'm about to get Minn-StF new laser-printer delivered today. Oops! Hmm - need to go do some work on that.
sraun: fire opal computing seal (fire opal computing seal)
As near as I can tell, e-mail is working, and mailing lists are working for mail. Web access to sign up for lists, or see the list archives, still isn't working.

I still need to get webmail working. I'm dithering - part of me wants to install Squirrelmail, but it requires IMAP, and I don't want to switch over to maildirs - I like my mboxes!
sraun: fire opal computing seal (fire opal computing seal)
I have a functioning Apache2. Now all I need to do is get my data into it.

exim is running - but I don't think mail is getting in to me yet. (ETA: Duh. It helps to restart the service after updating the config files.) E-mail is working.

sshd is working - I can ssh from my WinXP box to the server

I can't tell if mailman is working - ask me again after I know exim is working. I do know that I'm going to have to reconfigure some stuff, and recreate all my lists. :-( Liad and Liaden Universe News are first on the list.

Oh - I haven't installed a webmail client yet.

On the good new front - 500GB of /home, 120GB of /, and I'm going to moving spool to a dedicated 19GB partition at some point in the future. I hope to just move mail and print spooling.
sraun: fire opal computing seal (fire opal computing seal)
Two environments - Windows XP, and Debian console. What would you recommend, and why?
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I'm going to be upgrading my server from Debian Etch (4.0) to Debian Lenny (5.0) over the next two days.

This involves at least one (but probably only one) system reboot - I got a new kernel as part of this.

If you see any problems, first try e-mailing me directly at sraun@fireopal.org. If that bounces, try fyreopal@gmail.com - I don't check the G-Mail account with any regularity, but I'll try to do so between now and Sunday evening.


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