||[Aug. 9th, 2006|04:27 pm]
Ok, I haven't gotten the linux version working yet, but I love the idea of these projects.
Especially Portaris - http://www.portaris.org/wiki/Main_Page - although I'd get far more excited about this if I could get a kernel that supported my sata card.
Can you tell what I have to do (what programs I have to install) so that I can send emails from a Netsoc email account, pretty please? Webmail fails me.
Yes... it's a very simple chant "Open BSD sucks" Repeat it.
It's a problem on our end. We're attempting to fix this by moving the mail process to something like Utopia. This means we'll be able to run a STABLE version of Dovecot (rather than a very broken and buggy one) on Solaris. Therefore, it won't break like it's been doing.
In other words, it's a problem with out IMAP server. BAD problem.
Ahhh. And there I thought it I was doing something wrong. So, just how tempting is it to wipe everything and just start again?
2006-08-09 09:15 pm (UTC)
Gentoo uses source code for packages, but god help you if you're not running x86. x86_64 seems to be too much for lots of things as well. I learned this when trying to install x86_64 on my amd64 desktop. 64bit ubuntu, now that just works! I was able to install wine and run win32 binaries on this OS seemlessly. None of this Gentoo shite. Gentoo is wasting one of the main advantages of a source based distro.
I'll give OpenBSD one thing, it's source based and all the ports work for all 11 architectures they support in my experience.