[SPAM] Re: anthy
andy.hunter at rogers.com
Mon Jan 15 01:47:32 UTC 2007
On Sunday 14 January 2007 19:27, Don and/or Mila Trombley wrote:
> R. Wood wrote:
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> >Allegedly, on Sun, Jan 14, 2007 at 12:51:35PM -0800, Don and/or Mila
> >>In Xubuntu 6.1, there is a file called anthy,and am wonderring as to
> >>what it is, function, and/or purpose?
> >Type this at a prompt:
> > apt-cache show anthy
> >- --
> >"Be Nice, or Leave - By Order of the Management"
> >(Sign above door, Black Sheep Inn, Wakefield)
> >GPG Fingerprint: 2E4D 8605 DD48 E80F F893 1C02 B65D 86D9 3B3C 0E03
> >Encrypted E-mail Preferred | http://www.yeeguy.com/freefall/
> >Bush-whacked 2004! Try to relax and enjoy the Chaos :-) --^
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> Thanks. I wonder if the same command sequence would work for all files,
> and/or commands? It seems to be very infoormative :-P !
apt-cache does not work for all _files_, but for any package (and all the
files installed by Xubuntu are packaged.
If it is a command from the comand line, man <the command> usually has very
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