Re: How to make Debian more attractive for users, was: Re: The number of popcon.debian.org-submissions is falling
Le 26/07/2010 01:01, Sandro Tosi a écrit :
No I didn't missed that part. But I'm not necessary "root" on that
server (and I don't trust him), and I don't necessary have my own
account on that server. So the unix grants are not of any help for me.
On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 00:49, Olivier Bonvalet<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
then set the right permission on the config file and use smtppasswd
(man reportbug.conf for more info). You can also save the output from
reportbug on a file and send the report from another machine.
1) store smtppasswd in reportbug.conf : for sure, I will let my SMTP
passwords in clear text everywhere.
you missed the part where I said "then set the right permission on the
config file" :) if you're not the only one (and so you could use the
~/.reportbugrc file with perms that *only* the user read it) reporting
bugs on that machine, then either you don't provide an email
capability for users on that server (f.e. a local MTA forwarding to
the real one) or any other users have to know that pwd.
I agree, and I already mailed email@example.com to know if I can
help for that. So I will continue discussion with them.
2) store output in a file, read it, then copy/paste on my MUA : you call
that user friendly ? ;)
No, but it's a viable solution (and I heard several people are already
doing similar stuff).
PS: I don't know how much of this still belongs to d-devel (honestly,
very few of the discussions about reportbug arisen from this thread
does) and so you might probably want to move the conversation to