Moving w3m out of standard
brian.mckee at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 01:35:11 UTC 2008
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I didn't expect this thread to go on like this.... But it's good to see
people passionate about the details. My 2c is basically 'what do I need
at 3am when the darned thing isn't working and it's got no connection
to the rest of the world.'
That doesn't mean I want every tool under the sun and four extra
kernels.... but I need a basic set of tools to get it to boot and make a
network connection again. The rest I can explore at my leisure during
working hours with all the choices of the repositories at hand.
I suppose everybody's favourite tools set might be a bit different, but
that's *my* take on it.
PS If you remove the man pages, then I hope the gods of unix curse you
to spend the rest of your days trying to convert the bash man page to
the 'info' system, via postscript and latex, by hand, using ed.... and
I'm switching to Lindows :-)
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