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comment How do I setup Alpine to connect my Gmail account using IMAP?
And here is this problem mentioned with Gnus: superuser.com/q/963361/65570
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comment How do I setup Alpine to connect my Gmail account using IMAP?
See also: askubuntu.com/q/130899/19753
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comment How do I setup Alpine to connect my Gmail account using IMAP?
My problem now (which I didn't use to experience earlier, soem years ago with such a configuration) is that Gmail shows me a message with a weblink to confirm the login, but alpine (and pine) don't have have enough length for it to fit. I'd appreciate an advice how to read the weblink through Alpine and confirm the login. Here at reddit, they, too, recommend turning on "less secure" apps in Gmail. I'd rather like an explanation what is wanted by Gmail and how to make an app secure.
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reviewed Edit How to use casper-rw file for persistance
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revised How to use casper-rw file for persistance
add link to persistence page
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reviewed Approve Find files in multiple folder names
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revised Where can I find mailfromd RPM's for CentOS 6?
+link to the packages that can be found
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revised Canon MF4550d refuses to print from Linux server
the question is about a server running ALTLinux
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revised Where can I find mailfromd RPM's for CentOS 6?
the question cares about an .rpm for ALTLinux (and whether it can be installed elsewhere), so the users of ALT might have an answer
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revised Linux distribution that still ships with KDE3?
add a direct link to ALT's KDE3 package
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comment Can one disable tap-to-click in X server configuration, without synclient?
I've included the example how to disable the tap in xorg-conf-synaptics-0.3-alt1 in ALTLinux (which I've been using and had in mind when asking the question). One will have to just read the file and uncomment a line.
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comment Can one disable tap-to-click in X server configuration, without synclient?
In a fresh installation of an ALTLinux system, there might be already the file /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-synaptics.conf provided by xorg-conf-synaptics-0.2-alt1 package with some frequently used options. One could simply add his custom configuration into this file. (It is marked as a "configuration" file by RPM, so RPM will try to be careful with one's custom configuration on upgrades.)
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accepted Can one disable tap-to-click in X server configuration without “InputClass” sections?
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accepted How much can the space allocated for an LVM snapshot be reduced?