netscape mail; mount on startup
I just sent the attatchedmessage to this group using netscape mail, and
got a reply from the listmaster saying I should send mail from root, and
that the listserver ignores mail that comes from a daemon. I thought I
was sending mail from my account on my email server. Does anyone know if
I can use netscape mail to send mail without getting these problems, and
without having to log on as a different user? If not, could someone tell
me how to get two different users (ie root + mailuser) logged on to the
same X-display at the same time (I did it once, but can't reproduce). I
don't just want a xterm that can't open for example an emacs window for
My original question is in the attachment.
Thanks for your help
From firstname.lastname@example.org Sat Nov 7 13:27:39 1998
Date: Sat, 07 Nov 1998 13:27:19 +0000
From: Rich Harran <email@example.com>
To: Rich Harran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [Fwd: automatic mount on startup]
Rich Harran wrote:
> I have a single hardisk with a linux partition, a linux swap, and two
> dos partitions. I use some of the stuff on the dos partitions in Linux
> (linux can fully access them, but dos can't access the linux ones, so I
> put anything I want to access from both OS's on the dos partions). I
> usually mount these after I've logged in using the mount command.
> What I would really like to do is have these automatically mounted at
> startup, before I even log in. This is because I have my computer in my
> bedroom, so I turn it off overnight, and need to restart everyday,
> making manual mounting tiresome.
> I guess I need to put the mount commands in a script somewhere, but I
> don't know which one: I'm a bit of a scripting novice.
> Thanks for any help on this