[xubuntu-users] shell tools (was Re: Is it possible to edit the right-click menu?)

Richard Owlett rowlett at cloud85.net
Sun Jan 8 17:23:58 UTC 2017


On 1/8/2017 10:05 AM, Len Philpot wrote:
> TECO ... fondly?    :-)  :-)

It did teach me to watch my punctuation. IIRC it was a misused 
comma or semicolon in an edit macro that put me in an infinite loop.
Besides its what was available in the department at the time - 
was an Engr Tech at DEC at the time.

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> I think I tried it once... kinda like EMACS. Just once. I do vi
> for quick stuff all over the place, but even so I'll jump to
> (e.g.) Geanyfor longer-term editing. However, use vi on Solaris
> for while and it'll make you appreciate Vim greatly.  :-)
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> *Len Philpot*
> lphilpot01 at gmail.com <mailto:lphilpot01 at gmail.com>
> /Sent from Thunderbird on Xubuntu Linux/
> On 01/08/2017 09:44 AM, Richard Owlett wrote:
>> On 1/8/2017 8:50 AM, Ulli Horlacher wrote:
>>> On Sun 2017-01-08 (08:24), Richard Owlett wrote:
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>>>>> http://fex.belwue.de/fstools/del.html
>>>
>>>> I would suggest that any new to Linux browse
>>>> http://fex.belwue.de/fstools/index.html just to gain perspective
>>>> of what can be done at the command line.
>>>
>>> Beware!
>>> This is only for Real Men [TM] without fear because no
>>> clicky-pointy ;-)
>>>
>>>
>>> See also:
>>>
>>> http://fex.belwue.de/fstools/bash.html
>>> http://fex.belwue.de/fstools/vv.html
>>>
>>>
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>> Will likely be useful also.
>> P.S. Real Men fondly remember using an 026 or KSR35 to
>> communicate with CORC, CUPL, TECO, CP/M-80, et cetera. Do I
>> predate rodents?
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