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This is how S/Mime works, it enc/sign a mail, and sends it as an attachment. Thunderbird and Evolution mail clients are both famous clients that are able to show s/mime attachments. Also there are good informations on this question How to obtain a S/MIME certificate for e-mail encryption?


Are you using the Nano text editor? If so, this two links might help The save file extension is associated with the command line text editor Nano that is a part of various Unix and Unix-based operating systems. The *.save file contains temporary saved text file. It is backup used to protect text document against system crashes. After the text is ...


It is a nano emergency file where its buffer gets dumped. If your current file seems alright, you can delete the filename.save associated file. From nano manual notes: In some cases nano will try to dump the buffer into an emergency file. This will happen mainly if nano receives a SIGHUP or SIGTERM or runs out of memory. It will write the buffer into a ...


I found after install msgconvert that msgconvert wasn't installed when I ran the command. Rather than faff about trying to debug it, I did this. Done in less than a minute. http://www.zamzar.com/convert/msg-to-pdf/


Just in a chat with a Norton tech about NAV and internet security on a dual boot machine. After a lot of explanation, he said that Norton should not interfere until Windows is booted. He also said that Norton was able to scan (not specifically NTBR) the Linux area. Haven't got my dual boot machine in place yet, so this is just 'What he said.'


With SeaMonkey program, Link please see below: http://www.seamonkey-project.org/


If your picture is straight from the camera it contains information about your camera exposure flash etc. and time if correctly set on camera. If it have been through a program it might contain data from that program too. Try right clicking and choose properties, see tab image. Screen shots cropped by Shotwell contains only the size. Some modern cameras and ...


Just to make things clearer: the answer by @Emre Koç works, but it might not be obvious where your archive name goes. gzip -cd ARCHIVENAME.cpgz | cpio -idmv Replace ARCHIVENAME with the name of your archive. Remember to first cd into the directory where your archive is located.

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