I made some notes about the settings of my Brother PT-H105 label maker.
Today I discovered the Postfix Backwards-Compatibility Safety Net via my mail log. Gonna have to review my Postfix settings…
2017-12-09 jj5 – TODO: document this on my blog…
On Debian GNU/Linux 9.1 (stretch) when I try to open an *.desktop (application/x-desktop) link in a browser I get:
A folder named ~/.cache/kioexec/krun/13821_0/ already exists.
A folder named kioexec krun already exists
turned up diddly squat.
I solved the issue (for me) by changing:
System Settings -> Personalization -> Applications -> Default Application s-> Web Browser
Open http and https URLs in an application based on the contents of the URL
Open http and https URLs in the following browser: firefox
Found the doco for MediaWiki’s email settings and now my config looks a little like this:
$wgEnableEmail = true; $wgEnableUserEmail = true; # UPO $wgEmergencyContact = "email@example.com"; $wgPasswordSender = "firstname.lastname@example.org"; $wgNoReplyAddress = $wgEmergencyContact; $wgPasswordSenderName = "ProgClub wiki";