[nSLUG] Pine and Debian
dteed at artistic.ca
Wed Mar 5 17:03:36 AST 2003
I took a look at mutt for a few seconds and it would take awhile for
me to reprogram my ideas of what 'i' and other common commands do.
Imagine if someone gave you a new vi and shifted the hjlk keys
over by one. That is about how frustrating it would be for me
after this many years using pine.
On Wed, 5 Mar 2003, Jamie Fifield wrote:
> Maybe you should take this as a sign that Pine sucks quite a bit. :)
> Try mutt. All the cool kids use it, come on, try it.
> It's worth the initial learning curve.
> On Wed, Mar 05, 2003 at 09:44:27AM -0400, Donald Teed wrote:
> > On Wed, 5 Mar 2003, Peter Cordes wrote:
> > > It is illegal to distribute "modified binaries" (i.e. ones which keep
> > > things in the Right Place, according to Debian), so pine is distributed
> > > as a source package only. Do:
> > > cd /usr/local/src # or /usr/src, or wherever
> > > apt-get build-deps pine
> > > apt-get source --build pine
> > > dpkg -i pine_4.44-7_i386.deb pine-tracker_4.44-7_i386.deb [... and
> > > whatever else you want]
> > This might work for most cases but it fails to find source for my sparc debian
> > The apt-get web site mentioned by Dop Ganger is neat, but no
> > sparc packages, so it is off to the source for me. Oh well, I'll use
> > the opportunity to compile in ldap support for when that is required.
> > Strange that Redhat has no trouble distributing pine. I suppose Debian has
> > also dropped support for MP3 format.
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