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Now that Novell has signed it's deal with the devil, I'm moving from OpenSuSE 10 to Kubuntu 6.06 (I think I'm actually using 6.06.10).
I have been using Evolution since I started using linux a few years back (Mandrake 9.0), and now I want to get rid of it.
So I convert to KMail. It has mail import engines for a lot of mail clients, so I pull it all in, and it preserves my folder structure. As yet, I haven't found a method, convenient or otherwise, to get my mail filters from...
I've been playing with MythTV (specifically KnoppMythR5D1), and I'm slowing discovering that not all tv out's were made the same.
The plan - to have twinview running in clone mode. I wanted to have the display to go to the tv, but to have the option to plug a monitor in for troubleshooting purposes. Initially I was trying with the ASUS V7100PRO/64M (it's a Geforce 4 MX/MX400 , if I recall correctly). It has a Brooktree 869 TV chip on it (Conexant Bt869KRF).