Looks like the only issue with that is the link to the css file.
It is currently this:
It should be changed to this to work on http and https:
I had a similar issue with an already installed version of ubuntu. I would log in and it would loop back to the login screen after failing. It turned out to be bad nvidia drivers for the video card. Uninstalled them and things started working again.
Have you tried following the instructions for dependencies?
Also, I would probably try installing it by using their apt repo (see "Using the Webmin APT repository"), which should solve the dependencies properly for you.
It seems you have already have an answer..
But another option (other than linux) is to forget having to reboot at all. If you are going to be playing games with your personal machine, create a 'work' virtual machine and just launch that when you are working.
Like you, loving my G2, but the stock ROM sucks. I changed it out the first day I had it.
I am currently running a CM11 nightly from back in December with no stability issues. Oh, and the 'knock on' feature is included. Now 'knock off' doesn't work in the release I am using, and I am not sure...
Another thing would be to look into Google Voice. My phone recently broke so I have been using my computer to make calls through the Google Voice website (using my mobile phone #). Granted, this is through Sprint, and they have great Google Voice integration, but you may be able to forward calls...
First, you are going to need most than just postfix. You will need something like dovecot for pop/imap.
Also, how helpful a guide is depends on what OS and version of the OS you are using.. I found the following guide helpful...
For a better comparison of the cameras, try a reputable site like DPReview...
It's a pretty good read to see what each phone is doing.
Ok, so the only proxy entry you should need is the '/unraid' one.
The proxy code is just making an alias of '/unraid', so the '/unraid' path goes to your internal...
I am not sure why you are specifying a location of '/Main' then. You should be specifying '/unraid'
To send mail out from PHP and such, you can either configure PHP to use an external SMTP server in the php.ini, or simply install postfix. For the aliases and such, postfix will handle that as well (/etc/aliases).
You don't need Dovecot or something like that if you don't plan to check for...
I used the following guide (with a few changes) for my recent mail server migration:
Somewhere in there you may find what you need to resolve your issue (its got a copy of a master.cf file).
A project I...
The proper way to do this is:
1) Write a php script that uses one of the many weather site's APIs (as already suggested) to retrieve the results as JSON/XML.
2) Write a cron script to run the php script at a set time interval (whether this cron calls wget or something, or even better the script...