[BL] Udhcpc and Loop Linux and Kernel Compilation (was:[delete])
keesan at sdf.lonestar.org
Tue Dec 19 21:10:58 EST 2006
>> 3. I can run Wordperfect (text mode) on my TTL monitor in DOS - dosemu
>> and qemu make a mess of it.
> Why do you need a WYSIWYG 'editor'?
> I use vi (a 'simple' editor) to write html and convert it to
> PDF/PS with a single keystroke. This is has proved to be more
> than adequate for any printing task. And there's tex and latex
I work for people who insist on things like bold, underline, center, page
breaks, etc. They usually accept WP5.1 (Wordperfect) if I rename it to
>> 4. The TTL monitor displays both underlines and bolds properly.
> So does mine.
Not in linux, not at the same time. The author of mdacon said he would
work on this some day.
>> 5. Two small DOS database programs do what I want. Linux programs are
>> big and confusing. I found one for DOS and linux but it is buggy.
> Don't know db programs. The ones I know about _are_ big and
> confusing, but I'll bet there are smaller and simpler ones.
My DOS programs are 40K and something else under 100K.
>> 7. Don't need to mount a floppy disk or partition to use it,
> Yes you do. It's just done automatically. Like a properly
> configured linux does.
Linux takes time mounting things even after given the command and it
complains a lot when I forget to unmount, and on this computer it gets all
confused in linux even when I do it right, and DOS works fine.
>> or reboot to turn it off.
> Neither do I. You have a weird setup for linux.
I don't need to 'halt' DOS either.
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