Install mutt or neomutt with your favourite package manager:
apt install neomutt
or install from source
git clone https://github.com/neomutt/neomutt
Here are the sample commands to configure and build NeoMutt:
./configure --gnutls --gpgme --gss --sasl --tokyocabinet
2. create a muttrc using mutt-wizard
git clone https://github.com/LukeSmithxyz/mutt-wizard cd mutt-wizard sudo make install
The mutt-wizard is run with the command mw. It also installs the mailsync command. Once everything is setup, you’ll use neomutt to access your mail.>
mw add — add a new email account
mw ls — list existing accounts
mw pass — revise an account’s password
mw delete — deleted an added account
mw purge — delete all accounts and settings
mw cron — toggle/configure a cronjob to sync mail
3. create mutt mailboxes correctly using maildirmake utility from courier mail server. The individual components can be downloaded here. Most tutorials leave out this part, and so I struggled with a persistent mailbox format error.
4. Use pass to initialise and store mailbox passwords
It never ceases to amaze me how Ubuntu has taken off in the Spanish-speaking world. Then again RMS speaks Spanish and Marcos Diaz, who is Spanish born, is the person who initiated the Nathive project. Nathive is a free image editor like Photoshop, Corel or GIMP, but focused on usability. The program runs in GNOME environments, and anyone can participate in it, contributing ideas or code translations. The project is currently in beta, is written in Python using GTK +, and is working hard to get a very complete program without losing ease of use. Nathive’s philosophy is to show respect and gratitude towards the community of GIMP, to make it easy and to reach people who do not need to see all the options at the same time
Nathiv is now a growing community which you can join if you wish.
* 32-bit deb: nathive_0.920-1_i386.deb
64-bit deb: nathive_0.920-1_amd64.deb
There are also packages for other Linux distros:
32-bit rpm: nathive-0.920-1.i386.rpm
64-bit rpm: nathive-0.920-1.x86_64.rpm Nathive Official Website Check out this awesome video of Nathive in action.
Phrank deserves an award for coming up with this hack. NoCompiz uses Compiz-switch, a simple program that turns Compiz off if it is on and vice-versa.
NoCompiz will take one input – the name of a program – Turn off Compiz, run the program, then turn Compiz back on when the program exits.
This is very useful when you’re running Compiz all the time, but want to switch to a full-screen 3D game for awhile and not have to worry about Compiz messing with the game.
Just download noCompiz, unzip, and run the Install.sh installer from within Nautilus. Download NoCompiz
edit the menu entry of the programme you want to toggle. eg, nocompiz kdenlive
A simple and lightweight highly Ubuntu Lucid integrated GMail Notifier which takes advantages of notify-osd and indicator-applet. Because of this it will not run with older Ubuntu versions.
Option to select a sound when new incoming mail, a must-have for Gmail users.
Installing from a terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gm-notify-maintainers/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gm-notify GM-Notify on Launchpad
Limewire, a P2P file sharing application is now available for Linux. Thanks to the Khattam blog, for spotting this.
The deb can be downloaded from Official Limewire Website or Click here for Direct Download.
After downloading it, if you double click it (LimeWireLinux.deb), you may get the following error:
Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: sun-java6-jre|icedtea-java7-jre|sun-java6-jdk|icedtea-java7-jdk
This can be solved by either adding/enabling the Lucid Partner Repository for sun-java6-jre or by modifying LimeWireLinux.deb to be satisfied with openjdk-6-jre. More instructions from Khattam
Here is a good way to copy and share websites in your community. Remember, not everybody has unlimited and uncapped bandwidth, and we not all running the same speed either.
Sharing websites offline helps to bridge the gap.
Don’t wait until you are so far ahead that you can’t relate to your neighbour.
Ubuntu is more than just a linux distribution, it is a philosophy about humanity.
rsget.pl is a powerful perl application designed to retrieve files from download services (like RapidShare, MegaUpload and many more).
It has a long list of features implemented already and even longer TODO list.
If you already know you want it, grab latest tarball from downloads and read where to start.