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Changed my Debian Etch box from 2.6.18-386 (or whatever it was...) to:
It wasn't as bad as I thought. At first I thought I'd broke something, because the kernel source kept complaining about me not having qt3 development... something or other installed.
When I downloaded the kernel source from kernel.org and used the nCurses method of tweaking the settings it worked fine.
I'm not altogether sure about how long it took, I just set it...
How to get practically a boot disk (diskette) for Slackware 11 Linux?
How to get practically 2 root disks (diskette) for Slackware 11 Linux?
How to do practically the partitioning of my Linux HDD and my installation of Slackware 11 Linux?
Thank you very much.
Valentin from Romania
We will soon be releasing a new Source Release of Free Empires. It will have several improvements, such As: :)
1. A market where you can buy and sell resources
2. New buttons on the bottom Bar
3. A functional Terminal/Chat Box
4. Primitive resource Gathering
5. A start to building Villagers from the Town Centre
6. Sounds and Music
7. New Gold and Stone on the Top Bar
We may also have a new menu in this source release. This is not as...
I am trying to send a mail by either using mailx or sendmail. In HP-UX, I tried mailx -r firstname.lastname@example.org -s "Test Subject" email@example.com < mymail.txt and it worked, My question here is what is the equivalent option of mailx -r in Linux so that I can change the sender address?
Sendmail command on the otherhand, has the option to change the sender's address but does not have the SUBJECT and the recipient shows To:undisclosed-recipient....