- From: Sri Ramkrishna <sri aracnet com>
- To: Vince Hodges <vhodges home com>
- Cc: Calum Benson <calum benson sun com>,Sean Middleditch <sean middleditch iname com>,gnome-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Directories/Files
- Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 13:49:54 -0700 (PDT)
> Sri> Shell expansion I understand. In fact, I have such a
> Sri> variable as you've defined in your example. But what you
> Sri> propose needs to be done at the shell level.
> I'm not sure what I proposed anymore :)... I thought we were
> discussing how to add a shortcuts mechanism to gnome-vfs. Please
> correct me if I misunderstand (likly :).
Yeah, meandering convos, gotta watch out for them. You were saying that
you would be able to add short cuts in gnome-vfs that would even show up
on the shell level. You proposed 3 ways on achieving that.
I've been trying to look at teh gnome-vfs devel-docs but for some reason I
can't seem to get the sgml docs converted to text. I've been looking for
way to get this but every sgml interpreter I've used (nsgml for one) gives
> Of course. Although running gnome on a P100 with 16MB is something I
> wouldn't recomend. I had 32MB on a P100 and it was much to slow (circa
> gnome ver .25 or so).
Actually to do linux on a P100 with 16MB would require specialized
setup. You would have to do some major reductions of the kernel feature
set..but I'm rambling. :-) However, it is possible if you can keep the
footprint of running kernel and X windows low.
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