This page contains links to a few code snippets and texts I have produced over the time. Some of them have been useful for me, some have been useful for others.
This page is outdated.
muttrc. My personal Mutt configuration file.
cvslockis a small program which implements CVS' locking protocol. It can be used together with rsync to provide something which could be called a "poor man's cvsup".
wtmpfix.cfixes broken entries in Linux wtmp files which are regularly generated by broken xterms.
wtmptrunc.ctries to truncate Linux wtmp files in an intelligent manner, leaving current sessions in place.
remlprcan be used to do remote printing via ssh. The command syntax is the same as with the usual BSD lpr commands.
popdis a rather lean and minimal pop3 implementation. The daemon works on maildir folders and, as a special goody, supports various folders per user. Note that this software is not well-tested, and may quite well have nasty bugs.
The Little Brother's Databaseis a small suite of programs to fetch your correspondents' e-mail addresses from incoming messages. The result can be used with mutt's external query interface. This package is nowadays maintained by Roland Rosenfeld.
pkspxyis a caching proxy server for use with PGP public key servers. It has some special abilities making it suitable for dial-up use.
The Sendmail Genericstable Mini-Howtotries to explain the use of sendmail's
genericstablefeature to the novice user. This text is mainly intended for those who use dynamic ISP access to the Internet.
Note: Please don't send me questions about this. comp.mail.sendmail is the right place to ask when you need sendmail support.
Thomas Roessler <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
11, rue des Jardins, L-6738 Grevenmacher
2005-08-17; content last updated on 2000-07-25