[Wolves] XFree86 3.3.6

Peter Cannon peter at cannon-linux.co.uk
Mon Jan 2 20:21:18 GMT 2006

On Monday 02 January 2006 12:54, Stephen Parkes wrote:

> The message you where replying too was composed in gmail on a P166 :-P
>  ok so mozilla was running on a remote X machine but you get the
> picture.  And that's running Ubuntu which is as bloated as anything by
> default.  Unless your distro is complied with specific optimisations
> if it doesn't work on a older machine it's broken in my opinon.

Ah, my fault, confusing the issue as usual. Anything runs well in text mode on 
the Digital it was the 'stinking GUI' (as some people call it) I was talking 
about. sorry :(

> it is a text editor.  It replaces pico which is pines editor. which is
> what I said isn't it?

Um, O great and wise one are you saying nano is a mail client? mutt uses vi 
(or what ever you want) as its editor for writing mails. Maybe I miss read 
the details on nano but I'm pretty sure it was just another text editor, so 
we are talking at cross purposes as the main point is the mail client.

> frames are old hat.  Links2 does perfect tables :-P

They maybe old hat but they're still out there I used netrik to look at a 
couple of sites but they were not much cop (yes one of them was my site)

> > The only reason I fancied pine was because it supported folders which
> > would be nice.
> doesn't mutt do folders?  If you like folders you should really be
> using an imap server anyway and doing it the right way (tm)

I don't think mutt does. 
How long have you known me? Quote- "doing it the right way" :P

Peter Cannon
peter at cannon-linux.co.uk

"If god had meant us to fly he'd have given us wings"

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