Re: mail failed, returning to sender
Anybody know how to reach guiseppe vacanti?
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: diald
> Hi Giusepe,
> Would you please modify the control file of the diald package a
> little. At this moment it doesn't conform to the standards as
> described in the guidelines (/usr/info/debian-guidelines.info).
> By the way, different email adresses of you are in the package (check
> The quotes around the maintainer and the first point in the extended
> # dpkg --status diald
> Package: diald
> Status: deinstall ok config-files
> Priority: extra
> Section: net
> -Maintainer: "Giuseppe Vacanti <Giuseppe.Vacanti@DeSelby.xs4all.nl>"
> +Maintainer: Giuseppe Vacanti <Giuseppe.Vacanti@DeSelby.xs4all.nl>
> Version: 0.11-3
> Depends: netstd, ppp (>=2.2), image (>=1.2.13), netbase (>=1.23)
> Suggests: mail-reader, expect
> /etc/diald.conf 911b57c74687e95fa063d5002c9e9496
> /etc/diald.defs a62d9dd492d797dbb82345f17150e368
> /etc/diald.options bbec802368c3be40d8dfadce00edfb11
> /etc/cron.weekly/diald e904d83e03f09477fd30fbf04c9b99cb
> /etc/init.d/diald ce407c0bd193c5c99e872791f304cb71
> Description: dial on deman daemon for PPP and SLIP.
> - .
> The purpose of diald is to make it transparently appear that you
> have a permanent connection to a remote site (usually your provider).
> You MUST have SLIP devices in the kernel in order to use diald, even if
> you only plan to use only PPP connections. Of course, you will need PPP
> devices as well.
> Diald needs a program like "chat" or "expect" to actually dial.
> Sorry, "dip" cannot be used.
Erick Branderhorst@heel.fgg.eur.nl +31-10-4635142
Department of General Surgery (Intensive Care) University Hospital Rotterdam NL