krennwallner at aon.at
Thu May 10 10:47:21 PDT 2001
On Thu May 10, 2001 at 10:08:43AM -0700, the boisterous
Andy <ac_ml at backslash.co.uk>
wrote to me:
> > On Thursday 10 May 2001 15:53, you wrote:
> > > > 5. additional programs needed? I added wget, ftp, openssh ircii
> > >
> > > Haven't checked it out yet (DL'ing now, was in NYC yesterday) but,
> > > tftp?, how about lynx/links/w3m?
> > Hmm /me not being a fan of telnet I left it out. Should it be in???
> > tftp? what for? /me confused...
> > lynx/links/w3m was considered, just not added this time. What is
> > favorite?
> I don't know about tftp, but telnet will be handy. Some cheap web hosts only
> allow telnet access, and as Claudio said it is a very handy debugging tool.
> Is there a reason to exclude it?
tfptp aka trivial ftp is used in "real" xterm (like NCD14c) for downloading
their kernel. I've one at home and they are cool.
> What about nsftp too? :)
I like lukemftp, it's more ftp than nsftp ;-)
> I use lynx, but I havent tried the rest. It's nice to have a web browser
> wherever you go :)
I agree. Much documentation (like exim) is html.
BTW, I didn't remind, but is cron, mail and a sendmail(-clon [exim]) there?
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