I have been attempting to find a way to migrate from Mozilla to Firefox
and Thunderbird. So far, everything has gone pretty well EXCEPT that
when I wanted to email a web page from within Firefox, that option was
not available. The only choice is to "Send Link". That's acceptable
and definitely more friendly for those who are still using dialup
connections but the deal breaker for me is that it wants to use
Evolution and I don't/won't. I have looked in the prefs.js file, in
about:config and in the handful of options available under Edit -->
preferences and haven't exactly been inundated with clues. In the Help
section, I find this jewel:
Opens an email composition window using your computer's default
email program so you can send a message with a link to the
current page. This feature is currently only available on
Windows, Mac OS X and OS/2.
...which is about as useful as "How may I help you today" on the
back of Walmart employees vests.
I tried removing evolution from another machine that I don't mind
wrecking and sure enough, evolution didn't try to start. Neither did any
other mail client, as in NOP.
Any ideas short of doing a fresh install and specifically omitting
>On Mon, 2005-01-31 at 23:22 +0100, SÃbastien Bisoglio wrote:
>> I want to know if a project like this exists :
>> A web interface for a system summary (load average etc.. (like
>> phpsysinfo)) with administration possibility (add, remove... users /
>> group...) and have a summary of the system (like the daily mail made
>> slocate (or another cron.daily task....) ?
>> I search this just for fedora.. the idea isn't to make another webmin
>> but to make a Fedora Server Web Interface if you know what i'm
> Yep, there used to be two of them, LinuxConf and Webmin. I crashed
>many machines with LinuxConf...and so I abandoned it. Webmin works
>across SSL on the net, so it's nice for remote administration. Sure,
>you can SSH into the thing and mess with the actual files and such, but
>once it's installed an tuned, why not take the easy way and save time?
> Plus, if you have a local person on site that you trust with some
>(but not all) tasks, you can give him a webmin login and limit him to
>things he's good at.
> I've never 'scrogged' part of the system with Webmin, much less the
>whole thing. And usually when it creates part of a configuration file,
>it seems to 'know' or 'remember' the details better than I do. :>
> If it's running, it's on http://localhost:10000. If it's not, run
>'service webmin start' to kick it off. I think you'll find it's very
>well written. (And, when SSH is denied, it can be a lifesaver!)
Ok but Webmin is just a part of what i'm searching..
I want to have an system stats and summary (if service failed..) and a
lot of information about my systems (i think the software must parse logs)