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Month: February 2013

Re: [trinity-users] Re: kMail certificate (was: K menu organization in Trinity)

From: dep <dep@...>
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2013 18:50:33 -0500
said Leslie Turriff:

| 	Hmmm... I don't think I changed anything else to fix it.  Maybe your
| ISP's certificate problem is different than mine?

could be. this one throws the "The IP address of the host www.
[hostname].org does not match the one the certificate was issued to." fair 
enough. then i am prompted to accept it this once or forever. i click 
on "forever." which matters not a whit, because the next time i check the 
mail, the same thing happens. doesn't even stick when i don't restart or 

it was a known bug in the kde-3.x crowd, which they resolved by bringing 
out kde4, which i despise. it was noted on the trinity bug list and 
someone made a patch, which time was kind enough to give me instructions 
on compiling but which simply refused to go here.

(it has been awhile since i compiled anything here; not since it 
was "configure -prefix=/opt/kde" "make" "make install" -- i even once 
wrote that kde was getting so big that i could drive from newtown, ct., to 
key west, fla., in the time it took: )

the odd thing is that this issue did not exist in the previous trinity 
distribution (or kubuntu 10.04; it's not clear to me exactly where the 
failure to believe that "forever" means forever resides). it got 
introduced somehow. i would like to figure out what file contains the 
malignancy and see if i can replace it with an earlier version -- or 

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