< ^ txtMon Feb 15 08:03:56 EST 2016 Slept form about 10:30 to seven. Woke once in the night, around five, but quickly fell back to sleep. High of thirty-three today. Snow this morning. Wintery mix this afternoon. Goals: Work: - Review invoices Done. - Finish thin client beta build Done. The config is pretty much done, at least enough for beta testing. https://paulgorman.org/technical/linux-raspberry-pi-2-thin-clients.txt https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On-Demand_Mail_Relay "ODMR works in the following way: to check their inbound mail, customers issue EHLO and AUTH commands to the ODMR service, followed by ATRN command (Authenticated TuRN); after a successful ATRN command the ODMR server begins to act as an SMTP client and starts to send all messages directed to the customer's domain (or domains) using SMTP protocol, via the same TCP connection. Since connections are initiated by customers, this protocol works well for machines having dynamically assigned IPs and/or are firewall protected (i.e. your ISP may block incoming connection on port 25 or may use NAT). Only the ODMR server, referred as the provider, must listen to SMTP connections on a fixed IP address." Hmm. See yesterday's note about cwm bug. I can't reproduce the bug on my work machine with gvim; I can with xclock. Odd. Fifteen minute walk at lunch. Gray outside. Home: - Work on blog-it-all script Done. I may go to bed a little early.
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