Thanks, but ...
I am using maildir, and the entries in /etc/mutt/Muttrc has been changed
in my .muttrc, and shouldn't be a problem.
I have actually changed them in /etc/mutt/Muttrc as well.
> The .maildir is created in every user's home dir because "adduser"
> command will copy /etc/skel/* in every new home dir (depends which
> parameter you use for adduser). Also, mutt is trying to read mail from
> $HOME/.maildir due to the following entries from /etc/mutt/Muttrc
> set mbox_type=Maildir
> set folder=~/.maildir
> set spoolfile=~/.maildir/
> set record=~/.maildir-sent/
> I guess you want to change these to ~/.mail/ and also change mbox_type
> if you are not using Maildir. This can be done in ~/.muttrc as well. If
> you are not using Maildir, also make sure you don't have "maildir" in
> USE flags.
> Mads Samsing wrote:
> >Hey everyone
> >Finally lm-sensors works for me. But if I write the command: sensors -s,
> >the computer halts and nothing more happen.
> >The command: sensors, gives me the temperature.
> >It is not really a problem, I am just wondering why?
> >According to a guide I found on this, sensors -s, shouldn't give any
> >problems. (It is a Transmeta TM-5800/ECS iBuddie A530).
> >Another thing, though it isn't really supposed to be posted here, so I
> >won't blame anyone for not answering: I use Mutt/fetchmail/procmail.
> >All mails should be put into ~/mail/, which they are, but an empty
> >~/.maildir is created as well. Is it procmail or fetchmail that causes
> >this, and how can it be changed?
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Venlig hilsen/Best regards,
Mads Samsing [mads.samsing [AT] webspeed.dk]
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