Powerline adapters are illegal in several countries as they pollute the radio spectrum.
Only good solution is cat6 or fibre and a second accesspoint.
Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPhone
> Op 25 apr. 2015 om 01:36 heeft Patrick O'Callaghan <pocallaghan(a)gmail.com> het volgende geschreven:
> On Sat, 2015-04-25 at 00:51 +0200, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>>> Move the wireless access point, move or improve the antenna
>>> and/or receiver), re-position the the failing client device, add
>>> access point or wireless repeater, move objects that may be in the
>>> of the wireless signal path.
>> I did get a longer antenna for the Linksys WRT54GL WiFi router.
>> I also tried to set up a WiFi repeater (SilverCrest SWR 300 a1)
>> but could not get it working under Fedora or Windows.
>> I have thought of using a TP-Link which is set up on my system.
> I tried a wireless repeater a few years ago. Complete waste of money,
> despite being a reputable brand (Linksys). Also, repeaters reduce your
> wireless bandwidth by about 50% IIRC. A much better solution is to use a
> pair of power-line adaptors. Modern ones use the IEEE 1901 standard
> (known as Homeplug), are available from several manufacturers and have
> good performance.
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I sortpop3mail into directories with Thunderbird which works well for
me. However when I unsubscribe from a list I often want to remove the
filter's directory is shown in the Inbox Menu at the top left. So I
right click on the directory and choose delete from the menu, it asks
for reassurance that I really mean delete it, I click on ok, the menu
closes and the directory is still there, delete does not delete it. The
list of directories grows longer with time and all I can do is rename
the directories with xx's so it sorts them to the bottom of the list!
This may be related to my saving the .thunderbird Mail file for years
mainly to keep the filters I have ... This is Thunderbird 31.5.0 in up
to date Fedora 21/22 and earlier.
Am I the only one seeing this? My efforts with Google have not been much
box10 Fedora-22/64bit Linux/XFCE
Fedup won't use the proxy server where I work.
I can download packages and do yum updates by command line or yumex on
the machine for updates.
sudo yum update
works as expected.
I cannot run fedup. I get error messages for every server tried as 403'd.
This is from the log file.
[ 4.623] (II) fedup.yum:log_grab_failure()
[Errno 14] HTTP Error 403 - Forbidden
I can access the archives via web browser and download files from the
sites so they are not blocked when using Firefox.
So from this, I am assuming that fedup isn't using the proxy settings in
the yum configuration files or I have something configured wrong that I
I really don't want to have to upgrade manually again.
As root, I ran
chroot --userspec=user2:user2 /home/user2
chroot: failed to run command ‘/bin/bash’: Permission denied
The dir /home/user2 has in it
all the *bin and *lib (links) and usr/*bin and usr/*lib files and subdirs.
So, what is chroot good for???
I have kmail set up on F21/64/KDE spin laptop, a Dell Precision M3800, 8 GB
RAM, 250 GB SSD.
When I do a search for email using the "Search" function at the top, it hard
crashes anytime I enter in "seq=2". Further testing seems to show that the
following perl regex describes the input in the search box that causes
instant, hard crash of kmail:
Any idea where to go from here?
Has anyone tried the "remove attachments" feature in Evolution? I find
that it simply deletes the whole message (a totally unacceptable
From time to time, you want to keep an message where someone has mailed
you a file, but don't want the file wasting hard drive space. It'd be
nice to be able to simply remove the attachment without a palaver.
tim@localhost ~]$ uname -rsvp
Linux 3.19.3-100.fc20.i686 #1 SMP Fri Mar 27 17:30:08 UTC 2015 i686
All mail to my mailbox is automatically deleted, there is no point trying
to privately email me, I will only read messages posted to the public lists.
Recently, I tried asking a question in regard to the use of /tmp vs
/var/tmp in F21?
Is there a way of controlling where temporary files used by certain
programs are stashed?
With /tmp the files are erased w/ each reboot; w/ /var/tmp they sit there
until the files get wiped by something like tmpwatch.
As an example, I open enough pdf files using Firefox; in turn, I export
them to Acrobat. There, they are stored in /tmp, until I save them to some
other location. If I forget, or there is a system crash, the files are
In older versions of Fedora (my prior one was F18), temporary files in
Acrobat were assigned to /var/tmp.
Is there a way or place to specify this?