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Jonas Östergren Wrote:Wanted to post this on the board. But the system didn’t like me (User jonas.x.ostergren@gmail.com is known spammer and it continued with deny due to “lots of spam from my IP/email address” when trying with “spray.se” Domain. I do hope that it is the domain part it rejects on. Anny suggestion for solving this problem with the board?


Now to the question/request/suggestion


I do want a news reader to delicate linux. One chose is TIN. But more choices exist. Or are there one already in the distro (name please)?


Feel free to put answer on the board if you want.


(installed deli-Linux On a Toshiba satellite (P1,48Mb,10Gb) recently)


Thanks

/Jonas Östergren
Hello Jonas.

I had to enable several spam filters in order to prevent the forum from being
contaminated. At the moment I don't know how to solve this issue, because
the spam filters use centralized databases. You could try to register using
a different email address, but if your IP is blacklisted, then it's probably
easily unsolvable.

Theo (nl2stk) submitted "snownews" to the review queue
several months ago and it was immediately introduced.
You could try that and if you don't like it, then we could
introduce something else (according to your choice)
if the software is suitable for DeLi(cate).
Hello Jonas and Tavvva.

I'm not sure, but I think Jonas meant a newsgroup reader.
Snownews is a RSS newsreader.
If it's only for reading and writing in newsgroups and not for downloading movies etc. Sylpheed can do that job. But for the CLI, I think TIN is a good catch.
Perhaps I can make a PKGBUILD for it in the near future (yep, hospital issues.... again).
(03-29-2012 11:06 AM)nl2stk Wrote: [ -> ]Hello Jonas and Tavvva.

I'm not sure, but I think Jonas meant a newsgroup reader.
Snownews is a RSS newsreader.
If it's only for reading and writing in newsgroups and not for downloading movies etc. Sylpheed can do that job. But for the CLI, I think TIN is a good catch.
Perhaps I can make a PKGBUILD for it in the near future (yep, hospital issues.... again).

Arghhh :] It seems I should read more carefully. Ok ... let's introduce TIN.
If you don't feel well, then do not bother with PKGBUILDs. I think I can do that. I'm just testing hopefully the last version of the serial cable installer and it seems the 0.1-alpha3 is almost ready. I definitely want to release it this week. Thanks for answering.
(03-29-2012 01:51 PM)tavvva Wrote: [ -> ]Arghhh :] It seems I should read more carefully. Ok ... let's introduce TIN.
If you don't feel well, then do not bother with PKGBUILDs. I think I can do that. I'm just testing hopefully the last version of the serial cable installer and it seems the 0.1-alpha3 is almost ready. I definitely want to release it this week. Thanks for answering.

Well last week I was in the hospital and the situation was worser than the last time. On monday I'll have to visit the hospital again for further examinations. They told me that the change is high that a new and bigger operation is needed. And there is still stuff to be done at home before the operation Confused So besides I'm not feeling to well, time is a little short...
Health is more important. Really. So ... take a rest and good luck with the intervention.
(03-29-2012 07:10 PM)tavvva Wrote: [ -> ]Health is more important. Really. So ... take a rest and good luck with the intervention.

Thankx ,I'll do :]
But it didn't kept me away from the 3th Alpha (yeah resistance.. where is it?). I've installed it on a spare computer (Tulip PII). It's running fine :]
If I know the specifications from this machine I'll post it in the right topic.
I've tried to make a PKGBUILD for Tin but I received several errors.
make[2]: execvp: ./parsdate.y: Permission denied
make[2]: *** [parsdate.o] Error 127
make[2]: Leaving dir..... /src
make[1]: *** [install] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving dir.... /src
make: ***[install] Error 2
==> ERROR: Build failed

That's way beyond my knowledge, so I think it's wiser to look at another program which does the same job.
I believe there must be plenty of nntp clients for the CLI.
(04-05-2012 12:03 PM)nl2stk Wrote: [ -> ]I've tried to make a PKGBUILD for Tin but I received several errors.
make[2]: execvp: ./parsdate.y: Permission denied
make[2]: *** [parsdate.o] Error 127
make[2]: Leaving dir..... /src
make[1]: *** [install] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving dir.... /src
make: ***[install] Error 2
==> ERROR: Build failed

That's way beyond my knowledge, so I think it's wiser to look at another program which does the same job.
I believe there must be plenty of nntp clients for the CLI.

I've built TIN, but it doesn't work like expected ... and I had no time to troubleshoot that yet. Other client would be a solution too :]
(04-05-2012 01:25 PM)tavvva Wrote: [ -> ]I've built TIN, but it doesn't work like expected ... and I had no time to troubleshoot that yet. Other client would be a solution too :]

'suck' seems to work (at least, I can build it and it starts) but there are 4 executables,
It think it's not very userfriendly to use 4 seperate programs for just 1 thing, so time to look further.
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