News read for Linux?
Just wondering what news reader people use and recommend on Linux?
I have used Thunderbird on Mac and Linux, and now trying out "Pan" on
> Just wondering what news reader people use and recommend on Linux?
> I have used Thunderbird on Mac and Linux, and now trying out "Pan" on
> Ubuntu 10.04.
I like the way tbird version 2 handles my accounts, fits my needs, but I
don't like version 3.
SimplyMEPIS 8.5-1 EXT4 at sda5
Registered Linux User #380263
For some reason, Sunnz said:
> Ju...Does anyone from Sybase actually read these newsgroups?
I suspect not, but would be happy to be proved wrong.
On Wed, 5 Dec 2001 08:30:44 -0500, SS wrote:
Yes from time to time. If you look up a few posts you will see some Sybase posters. If there are Sybase posters they are doing this in their 'spare' time and some times they will have spare time and other times they will not. Most likely they are providing support first to internal support cases which have come from customers opened problems if they happen to be Sybase support people. They may just be new jConnect users like many of those who post
The Sybase newsgroups are int...Mozilla News-reading news
I have several newsgroups set up, when I finish reading the posts in one
newsgroup and click on the next button Mozilla asks "Advance to next
unread message in newsgroup.whatever?"
Is there a place to turn off it asking and go ahead and go the the next
unread message in the next newsgroup?
I've looked at about:config listing, and haven't seen anything under
preferences. Probably something simple I am missing.
Mozilla 1.5 Linux
steve harris wrote:
> I have several newsgroups set up, when I finish reading the posts in one
> newsgr...Trouble, trouble, trouble
Name: Charles Fleming
Summary: Trouble, trouble, trouble
I am beginning to wish I had not downloaded Firefox 3. It hangs up, does
weird things, and it's even more problematic with YAHOO! than Firefox 2 was.
I appreciate all your efforts, and I can only wish that I were a
software brainiac like you guys, so I could fix this.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9) Gecko/2008052906 Firefox/3.0
From URL: http://hendrix.mozilla.org/
...Memory Problms reading news.mozilla.org newsgroups....
Hi, I know this isnt a direct Firefox problem, but its causing me a problem
to read the mozilla news groups.
I use Outlook Express because its the only program I know, and am used to,
with how to use to read the newsgroups. I have been having problems today
getting memory errors, which cause me to loose the news.mozilla.org
newsgroups I have.
I did download a news reader called Alt.Binz, but have no idea how to get it
I wonder, does anybody know how I can increase the Outlook Express memory,
or a news reader that is easy to configure, that wont run out of memory.
...Having trouble with reading an XML doc on a secure website...anyone seen this before?
Here is my code:
Dim httpsPath As String = "https://infomanager.southernco.com/IM/modules/FldSrvcReports/FSRTree.igproj"
Dim myTreeXmlReader As New System.Xml.XmlTextReader(httpsPath)
Dim myTreeXmlDoc As New System.Xml.XmlDocument
Catch ex As Exception
I get the following exception: The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive.
The weird thing is...it works fine on my local ...Is anyone else having trouble reading the Wall Street Journal using Firefox?
I can read it fine with IE6. I don't believe the problem is with my
firewall (ZoneAlarm) or with my Internet Connection Settings. I have
tried every possible configuration of accepting cookies. Of course I
have cleared my cache and started over with a clean instance of
Firefox. This is a problem that started a few weeks ago. I suspect WSJ
changed something in the way it handles cookies. Their customer
support is a dead letter box.
> I can read it fine with IE6. I don't believe the problem is with my
> firewall (ZoneAlarm) or with my Internet Connection...Read news articles appear as not-read?
In all subscribed groups the articles that I have read in a Tbird
session appear as they should 'as read', ie in a faded text. Unread
articles are shown in bold. However the next day or so when I go back to
the same group the messages that I have read the previous day(s) are
again shown in bold as if I hadn't read them?
I am sure there is a global setting but nor sure which one I need to
set. I don't want the articles to be deleted just to show that they have
On 26/04/11 00:31, john wrote:
> In all subscribed groups the articles ...news.mozilla.org: reading new newsgroups failed, reason "501 no such list available"
Has anyone been seeing the error:
news.mozilla.org: reading new newsgroups failed, reason "501 no such
I am using leafnode to access news.mozilla.org.
Arthur Marsh wrote:
> Has anyone been seeing the error:
> news.mozilla.org: reading new newsgroups failed, reason "501 no such
> list available"
> I am using leafnode to access news.mozilla.org.
nope! Then again, I'm not using leaf
*IMPORTANT*: Sorry folks, but I cannot provide email
help!!!! Emails to me may become publ...Has anyone read it?
I've been looking for a review by anyone who's read Carter's new book, SQL
Anywhere Studio 9 Developer's Guide. Can anyone point me to where I can
find if others have enjoyed this new text? TIA
Looks like it hasn't been released yet.
On Barnes and Noble, it appears to be listed wrong. (SQL 2000 Anywhere?
Amazon has a better price.
Someone mentioned in an earlier thread about the idea of having a Linux
Personally, I would love it! I would like to know more about Linux and I
would love a place to go ask questions.
I expect that there are some sites that already exist for much of this
content, so I will pose two questions to folks here:
1) What recommendations can people give regarding other newsgroups/sites
that cater to this line of thought? One caveat: I have been to some Linux
sites before. The ones I had seen tended to be filled with, ummm, how do I
say this, much less polite conversatio...Linux news
I'm sure you've all seen this:
but I couldn't help myself.
Anonymous Bob wrote:
> I'm sure you've all seen this:
> but I couldn't help myself.
Long time Linux guru Bob Tallman said, "This is great for the open
source movement. I have 7 different versions installed on my computer
at home. Some guys I know have over 30."
I'm such a wienie. I only have four.
At the moment, anyw...Linux News
As some of you may or may not have seen, Sybase announced they are creating
a Linux port of EAServer to be released later this year. This was announced
as part of the LinuxWorld Expo last week. After the announcement, EAS won
the "Best of Show" award from votes placed by show attendees!
Internet Applications Division
Will there be a beta of this product ? I am very interested !
Dave Wolf [Sybase] heeft geschreven in bericht ...
>As some...reading news
When I subscribe to a newsgroup, thunderbird ask me how many header
message I want to view (default to 500). After having answered to this
question, how can I change this, how can I tell thunderbird to see more
headers that the number I initially has choose?
Thanks for your help,
(P.S. I actually use seamonkey on linux, but the thunderbird forum has
much more adherent; since I think that the two behave the same, I
initially post my message here).
On 12/04/2006 04:29 AM, Olive wrote:
> When I subscribe to a newsgroup, thunderbird ask ...