Re: webhttrack. start please
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>> Can't you just alias the command as above, so that when you execute
>> 'lynx' it launches 'xterm -e lynx'?
>> Do you have more than one terminal app installed? How would it know
>> which terminal you want to use for any particular command? Or which
>> profile you want to use, if you have more than one? Some things I like
>> to run in a borderless, (pseudo-)transparent gnome-termimal; some things
>> in an xterm; some things in a regular gnome-terminal (default profile;
>> i.e., what starts when I just click on the terminal icon on my panel or
>> select "Terminal" from the Gnome Applications menu). You have to set up
>> your preferences.
> that is a good idea. however, i have another thread about making a
> symlink, but all the responses involve real 1980s command solutions.
> which, while fully capable of doing, i refuse to. when my friends see
> this, they will laugh at a system which requires you to open a terminal
> just to make a link (and rightly so). It takes longer to open a terminal
> than it takes to right click
> I'm sure the responses will be "this is linux, if you don't like it use
> windows' and 'its free what do you expect' and 'linux is all about
> terminal' ...these excuses just don't get old. It's 2007
Use KDE. Right click on somewhere on the desktop, choose new, choose
link. Hmm, sounds like windows to me, except they call it a shortcut.
Perhaps if you would use a different window manager you would have
But remember what I said about your attitude? The above text is exactly
what I am talking about. Take a chill pill and ask questions, try
different software that may suit your tastes a bit better, but please
don't continue your rant about how this or that doesn't work like you
want it to. Don't like what you're using, then either switch to
something else or write your own software. Simple huh?
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