after inputting my google id the page redirect me to google asking for my permission allowing suse paste to verify me. I accepted and am back to suse paste.
However nothing changed on the suse paste page >:(. I would expect something like “my pastes”, “my images”, “preferences”, etc shown.
I am using google two-factor authetication. does it cause any problem?
appreciate hints from anyone successfully signing on suse paste. tks.
On 2013-06-13 08:19, dd wrote:
> On 06/12/2013 08:36 PM, andy0023 wrote:
>> oops … so it means that there is no way to keep track of self
>> images/pastes in suse paste?
> sure there is…but, that tracking is not provided by susepaste (which
> you may note is hosted FREE to our community by a company
> (https://virtio.cz/) in the Czech Republic)
> so, to have a tracking of your paste
> -when you make a susepaste record its:
> --date of creation
> --expected duration
> you could put that info in a simple flat text file, a spreadsheet,
> database or even a LibreOffice Writer document…
I try keep a copy of the pasted files in one directory. And I use always
the same user name to post.
> or, you could take a screen shot of each created susepaste and store
> them all in a directory–where Dolphin (or similar) would let you show a
> thumbnail image of each and sort those by date or . . .
If you use gnome or xfce, there is an applet named “tomboy” which can be
used to store notes and access them easily. You can keep brief
descriptions and direct links.
However, having a login would be nice, so that you can log in and delete
uploads, and not be sometimes considered spammer if you have a good
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 12.3 x86_64 “Dartmouth” at Telcontar)