[kde-linux] Sound over ssh?

Boyan Tabakov blade.alslayer at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 18:26:00 UTC 2006

Just one more thing, Jeff... well two actually...
I saw you didn't sign your first mail. Did you sent that from the uni 
computer? If you are using ssh and feel comfortable with linux console, why 
don't you start using mutt? It is a console based mail user agent and it is 
very nice. It is a little pain to set everything up, but once you've done it 
it works perfectly. That way you could send mails from your home pc through 
the ssh client and you could sign those too...
This is just an idea - I do that myself.
And second - I noticed that your public key is not signed by anyone... Keys 
that are only self signed mean nothing in terms of identity confirmation, so 
you might want to ask someone you know and also uses PGP to sign your key... 
This is how it all works.

Blade hails you...

When we from my homeland depart
To challenge the gods of emptiness
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