vu pham | 3 Feb 21:18 2009

nvdia settings to turn the monitor 90 degrees ?

Under Linux, does the nvidia driver allow me to turn the monitor 90 
degrees ? IIRC, I can do it under Windows, but not sure if it is 
possible under Linux.
I need to check some source code files and want to turn the monitors in 
order to be able to read more lines with less scrolling up and down.

Thanks,

Vu

Lonni J Friedman | 3 Feb 22:42 2009
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Re: nvdia settings to turn the monitor 90 degrees ?

See "Chapter 17. Using the XRandR Extension" of
/usr/share/doc/NVIDIA_GLX-1.0/README.txt

On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 12:18 PM, vu pham <vu <at> sivell.com> wrote:
> Under Linux, does the nvidia driver allow me to turn the monitor 90 degrees
> ? IIRC, I can do it under Windows, but not sure if it is possible under
> Linux.
> I need to check some source code files and want to turn the monitors in
> order to be able to read more lines with less scrolling up and down.
>

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Lonni J Friedman | 4 Feb 03:25 2009
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anyone setup/running an RSS server

Anyone here have any experience setting up an RSS server?  I'm looking
for tips, as well as info on ways to generate the RSS feed (which I
know is basically XML) that won't require tons of manual effort.

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Yu Meng Chong | 4 Feb 06:21 2009
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Need help with mail server clustering

Hi all, 

Happy Chinese New Year! Hope everyone on this list is safe (and still safely in their jobs!)

I need some advice on something -- this is a theoretical question (for now), but it has been bothering me for a
while because of a problem I have been seeing in my little part of the world. 

In this scenario, I need to design a mail infrastructure solution that involves several mail servers.
Outgoing mail will go through one single server. Incoming mail and user mail boxes will be spread over
several servers (because each user wants extremely large storage, say 100GB) and we will be using IMAP.
There is just one requirement:   

On user mail clients, they only need to specify one IMAP server (say, imap.company.com). The user does not
need to know the actual server where his/her mailbox resides. 

Are there any write-ups about this kind of scenario that I can read? I have not been successful Googling, but
it may be that I am not defining my search properly. 

The reason I ask is because there is a service provider in Singapore that is using this kind of
infrastructure, but there seems to be something wrong with the mail routing, but I'm not getting any
straight answers yet on the cause or possible solution.

Regards,
pascal chong
Bill Campbell | 4 Feb 18:18 2009

Re: Need help with mail server clustering

On Wed, Feb 04, 2009, Yu Meng Chong wrote:
>Hi all, 

>Happy Chinese New Year! Hope everyone on this list is safe (and still
>safely in their jobs!)

>I need some advice on something -- this is a theoretical question (for
>now), but it has been bothering me for a while because of a problem I have
>been seeing in my little part of the world.

>In this scenario, I need to design a mail infrastructure solution that
>involves several mail servers. Outgoing mail will go through one single
>server. Incoming mail and user mail boxes will be spread over several
>servers (because each user wants extremely large storage, say 100GB) and we
>will be using IMAP. There is just one requirement:

>On user mail clients, they only need to specify one IMAP server (say,
>imap.company.com). The user does not need to know the actual server where
>his/her mailbox resides.

>Are there any write-ups about this kind of scenario that I can read? I have
>not been successful Googling, but it may be that I am not defining my
>search properly.

I have written up descriptions of our implementation of this type of
system, proably to this list.

We have a single MX server handling incoming mail to the cluster, and it
uses postfix, amavisd-new, and clamav only to eliminate virus and phishing
messages before passing them to a cluster of servers for delivery.
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Gary Wilson | 4 Feb 18:02 2009
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Re: anyone setup/running an RSS server

Lonni J Friedman wrote:
> Anyone here have any experience setting up an RSS server?  I'm looking
> for tips, as well as info on ways to generate the RSS feed (which I
> know is basically XML) that won't require tons of manual effort.
>
>   
ListGarden works. It's perl. Last version was in 2005, but it still 
works and has all the customization needed, I found.

http://www.softwaregarden.com/products/listgarden/

Gary
Lonni J Friedman | 4 Feb 21:27 2009
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Re: anyone setup/running an RSS server

On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 9:02 AM, Gary Wilson <usrlnx <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Lonni J Friedman wrote:
>>
>> Anyone here have any experience setting up an RSS server?  I'm looking
>> for tips, as well as info on ways to generate the RSS feed (which I
>> know is basically XML) that won't require tons of manual effort.
>>
>>
>
> ListGarden works. It's perl. Last version was in 2005, but it still works
> and has all the customization needed, I found.
>
> http://www.softwaregarden.com/products/listgarden/

Thanks, that looks interesting.  From the documentation, it seems like
the only way to add new entries to the feed is via the web UI ?

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Gary Wilson | 5 Feb 04:57 2009
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Re: anyone setup/running an RSS server

Lonni J Friedman wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 9:02 AM, Gary Wilson <usrlnx <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>   
>> Lonni J Friedman wrote:
>>     
>>> Anyone here have any experience setting up an RSS server?  I'm looking
>>> for tips, as well as info on ways to generate the RSS feed (which I
>>> know is basically XML) that won't require tons of manual effort.
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>> ListGarden works. It's perl. Last version was in 2005, but it still works
>> and has all the customization needed, I found.
>>
>> http://www.softwaregarden.com/products/listgarden/
>>     
>
> Thanks, that looks interesting.  From the documentation, it seems like
> the only way to add new entries to the feed is via the web UI ?
>
>
>   
Yes. It is a manual process via a web page. Not a fully automated 
solution, but once it is set up, it the manual updates are pretty 
simple. For a not too complicated site with only a few daily updates, 
I've found that once it is set up the updates are pretty simple to keep 
up. But it is a manual process to update.

Vu Pham | 5 Feb 20:04 2009

Re: nvdia settings to turn the monitor 90 degrees ?

Lonni J Friedman wrote:
> See "Chapter 17. Using the XRandR Extension" of
> /usr/share/doc/NVIDIA_GLX-1.0/README.txt
> 
> On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 12:18 PM, vu pham <vu <at> sivell.com> wrote:
>> Under Linux, does the nvidia driver allow me to turn the monitor 90 degrees
>> ? IIRC, I can do it under Windows, but not sure if it is possible under
>> Linux.
>> I need to check some source code files and want to turn the monitors in
>> order to be able to read more lines with less scrolling up and down.
>>

Thanks, Lonni. Will try it and report back.

Vu

David A. Bandel | 5 Feb 23:39 2009
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Re: anyone setup/running an RSS server

On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 10:57 PM, Gary Wilson <usrlnx <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Lonni J Friedman wrote:
>>
>> On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 9:02 AM, Gary Wilson <usrlnx <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Lonni J Friedman wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Anyone here have any experience setting up an RSS server?  I'm looking
>>>> for tips, as well as info on ways to generate the RSS feed (which I
>>>> know is basically XML) that won't require tons of manual effort.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> ListGarden works. It's perl. Last version was in 2005, but it still works
>>> and has all the customization needed, I found.
>>>
>>> http://www.softwaregarden.com/products/listgarden/
>>>
>>
>> Thanks, that looks interesting.  From the documentation, it seems like
>> the only way to add new entries to the feed is via the web UI ?
>>
>>
>>
>
> Yes. It is a manual process via a web page. Not a fully automated solution,
> but once it is set up, it the manual updates are pretty simple. For a not
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