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OT: Malformed date header? (was: Re: Re: Kernel penguin logo?)

on Wed, Dec 31, 1969 at 11:59:59PM +0000, Benedict Verheyen (linux4bene@pandora.be) wrote:

The webmail service you're using is creating the following 

    Date: Thu 12 Jun 2003 13:32:37 +0200

This is missing the ',' following 'Thu'.  Result is that your mail
appears to have been sent on Dec 31, 1969 (one day prior to the epoch).

I'm curious as to whether this is a bug with your mail service, or mutt.

> ------------------------
>  Joel Konkle-Parker <jjk3@msstate.edu> wrote:
> ------------------------
> >Benedict Verheyen wrote:
> >> Yesterday, i compiled my own kernel and specified vesa frame buffer
> >> support. Then i set vga= in the lilo.conf where
> >>  is a decimal mode specified
> >> in the kernel source directory docs. Read the docs
> >> Documentation\fb\framebuffer.txt and Documentation\svga.txt.
> >
> >That must be the problem. /boot/config-2.4.18-bf2.4 shows 
> >CONFIG_FB_VESA=y, while /boot/config-2.4.18-1-686 shows # CONFIG_FB_VESA 
> >is not set.
> I didn't have a problem when i compiled my kernel. I was merely
> explaining what he could do to get the penguin logo. I'm going to change 
> mine to the debian logo.
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