Difference: LinuxUpgradeJuly2006 (13 vs. 14)

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Linux Changes, July 2006

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I can't reproduce this. Is it possible you have another xclipboard open on a virtual desktop?
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Okay. I can reproduce this on a clean account logged into the gnome desktop. xclipboard works fine under KDE. Apparently xclipboard is not compatible with gnome. Gnome provides it's clipboard functionality without a GUI interface. To test you can open gedit, create and select some text, copy it, close gedit, reopen gedit and paste. For a graphical interface clipboard you can try klipper which is the KDE clipboard which will run on the gnome desktop. There is also an application called glipper which is a similar clipboard manager for gnome which is available in the fedora extras packages that we could probably install as well. glipper is not currently installed though.

-- DaveCostello - 27 Sep 2006

 

pine folder creation

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  (I still can't find a way to make this the default behavior)
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workaround #2
Only create new folders with your (non-pine) imap mail client (i.e. Thunderbird, Outlook Express).
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Note: to save to an absolute directory path using the pine #driver.unix use // otherwise the path defaults from you home directory. Annoyingly the driver has no knowledge of your current store directory (usually ~/mail).

SAVE Msg #22 to folder [saved-messages] : #driver.unix//absolute/path/mail/MYNEWFOLDER

-- DaveCostello - 27 Sep 2006

 

 
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