POP3d not usable - how to debug?

Marcel Karras toka at freebits.de
Mon Jan 24 16:10:58 EST 2005

On Mon, 24 Jan 2005 13:59:26 -0200
Andre Nathan <andre at digirati.com.br> wrote:

> A "cat /dev/random" would just block. Rebooting solved it for me,
> though.

Thank you! That's been the problem. I configured /dev/random to use
device "1 9" (urandom) and now all works fine to me. Though /dev/urandom
is a bit slowlier than /dev/random... nevertheless it's okay.

- Marcel Karras

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