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Slrn can read usenet news via NNTP or directly from a local news spool.
Slrn can be heavily customized from its rc file, and even includes a built in macro language. There is also support for killfiles and article scoring.
slrn is a Usenet client that supports both the Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) and a news spool on the local filesystem. Extensive information about slrn may be found on its home page at <http://www.slrn.org/>. Installation instructions may be found in the INSTALL file. The rest of this file provides an overview of the documentation that comes with slrn and includes pointers to additional more»
Debian-specific slrn configuration ---------------------------------- For Debian, slrn is configured to use the news server in /etc/news/server unless this is overridden by user configuration. It will also use /etc/news/organization for the ogranization header for posts, if that file exists, and /etc/mailname to configure the hostname in news posts. The program /usr/sbin/slrn_getdescs can be run more»
SLRN may be used to access a secure server using SSL. To do this, SSL support must be enabled. Compiling SLRN with SSL support ------------------------------- To build slrn with SSL support, you must first obtain and install the OpenSSL library from http://www.openssl.org. Beware that some countries may have import/export regulations concerning such software. If you get arrested, do not call m more»
-*- mode: text; mode: fold; -*- The purpose of this note is to provide some instructions on extendin more»
This file concerns a setup of slrn that is suitable for multiple users. The installation instructio more»
In slrn 0.9.7.0, some functions were renamed (see changes.txt for details). Although the old names a more»
slrn (0.9.9~pre122-1) unstable; urgency=low GNU TLS support is back. Since this version you can u more»