Institutionen för datavetenskap
Frequently Asked Questions
- First make sure that you have no eudora, netscape or other
- Login at peppar and do the following:
cat .$USER.pop >>$USER
- If this doesn't help then repeat the above steps (after exiting
eudora or whatever mail reader you are using) and do the following
mv $USER $USER.save
cp $USER.save $USER
- Login at peppar from a MAC or PC.
- Check that your quota is not exceeded.
- peppar% quota -v
- If over quota then remove enough files to get below quota again.
- Check for the following:
core files (ex.
find ~ -name core -print | xargs /bin/rm)
Leftover *.o files (ex.
find ~ -name "*.o" -mtime +7 -print | xargs /bin/rm)
- If not over quota then contact support
or phone 9950).
- Press the buttons marked "Skift" and "Fortsätt" on the printer
- Our mailserver is (nowadays) configured to only accept delivery
of mail which is either addressed to us or sent from us. This
means that if you are not within the
domain you can not use our mail server as smtp server. Normally
you should use the ISP provided mail server as smtp server for
sending mail. If you are using the university modem pool or
connected through the student net use
as smtp server.
- You can still use our mail server as pop server, with the
correct password of course.
- This is not an error. It's a message used (by some) imap and
pop servers to keep information between different mail sessions.
Just ignore the message and do what it says. Do no delete. It
probably not fatal to delete but why bother.
[an error occurred while processing this directive]
- Description and solution:
- This is caused by a crashing applix daemon. When crashing it leaves
2 files in /tmp, .axnetipc and .axsc1
If you are the owner of these files then remove them and applix
will be able to start again. If they belong to someone else then send
a mail to support and we will remove them for you. (Please remember to
specify which machine you are trying to start applix on.)