By Lambert P.
This publication was once written for a person utilizing Linux, from new clients to specialists who are looking to discover this excellent working method. the ideas and methods during this publication have been came upon on my own over years of expertise utilizing Linux, and studying approximately it. a few are very easy how you can make your computing existence more uncomplicated, others are complex methods which could prevent days of work.I attempted to hide all distributions of Linux during this ebook. I personaly use Slackware and RedHat on laptop platforms. for those who locate any errors within the publication, be at liberty to touch me so a destiny moment version may possibly right them.
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You then have your own personal portal in your browser: 55 100 Linux Tips and Tricks Tip 3: POP3 in Pine Many Linux users use Pine as their mail client. Lets see how you can use Pine both with local mail and with POP3 mail, without using fetchmail or some other tool to get POP mail first. First you will want to use multiple config files: pine -p localmail pine -p popserver1 pine -p popserver2 You need to configure Pine to use your POP3 server. In the program go to Setup, Config. com/pop3/user=myid}INBOX Now restart Pine and it will ask you for your password and connect to the remote server, and use it just like if you were accessing local mail.
For example if you want to access an ISA PnP sound card, you will need to compile sound as a module in the kernel, and use isapnptools before loading the module. 38 100 Linux Tips and Tricks Tip 7: Find hardware information When the Linux system boots, it will try to detect the hardware installed in the computer. It will then make a fake file system called procfs and will store important information about your system in it. You can get information about your system simply by browsing the directory /proc.
Xinitrc file, in your home directory, so it is executed each time you launch X Window. 54 100 Linux Tips and Tricks Tip 2: Customize Netscape Communicator Netscape Communicator has one nice feature that few people use. When you download it, it has a Personal Toolbar with buttons that most of us may not find really useful, so we either turn it off or don't look at it. I found it to be a much more useful tool than the Bookmarks. What appears on that bar is simply what's inside the Personal Folder inside your Bookmarks.
100 Linux Tips and Tricks by Lambert P.