KMail Folder weirdness
bringa at gmx.at
Mon Dec 16 15:29:17 GMT 2002
> The problem with NFS is that if a mail folder is on a directory that is
> NFS-mounted and the clocks are out of sync between the machine running
> kmail and the one where the messages actually reside, then kmail is
> unable to make any changes stick (i.e. they look to have been made but
> if you leave the folder or exit kmail and then return the changes are
> unmade). It causes so many of the changes don't stick problems with
> kmail that it's always the first thing you'll be asked to check.
Okay, let's assume I'm rather clueless (I don't think I'm all too clueless,
but let's assume it for simplicity's sake).. how do I figure out if I am
using NFS? I did (out of naivety) a ps aux | grep -i nfs and got nothing.. am
I running NFS or not?
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