Re: Kernel date stamp?
On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 04:07:26PM -0600, s. keeling wrote:
> Incoming from Danny O'Brien:
> > We updated the kernel this weekend using apt-get update followed by
> > apt-get <kernel ver>. However, uname-a delivers the following response:
> > Linux mail 2.4.18-686 #1 Sun Apr 14 11:32:47 EST 2002 i686 unknown
> > Why is this kernel dated April, 2002? Is this the most recent version?
> Old kernel. I have:
> Linux infidel 2.4.18-1-686 #1 Wed Apr 14 18:20:10 UTC 2004 i686 unknown
> This has all the known security fixes applied to the stable version of
> the kernel.
and to get it, your sources.list contains--what? :)
I use Debian/GNU Linux version 3.0;
Linux boss 2.4.18-bf2.4 #1 Son Apr 14 09:53:28 CEST 2002 i586 unknown
DEBIAN NEWBIE TIP #105 from Michael Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
How can you DELETE OLD MESSAGES IN MUTT? You can have your
.muttrc set up to automatically do this. I have my debian
mailing list messages delete after a period of time by adding
the following to my .muttrc file. I also have read debian list
messages move after I read them... This only means I have to
manually enter the old folder for mutt to manage the deletions
mbox-hook =spam /home/mperry/oldmail/spamread
mbox-hook =debianstuff /home/mperry/oldmail/debianread
That moves the read mail to another folder... and then
folder-hook /home/mperry/mail/spam 'push D~r>10d!~F\n'
folder-hook /home/mperry/oldmail/debianread 'push D~r>30d!~F\n'
Here it automatically deletes messages older than 30 days. See
the manual (/usr/share/doc/mutt/html) for more info.
Also see http://newbieDoc.sourceForge.net/ ...