Re: debian 2.3
woody boot floppies have busybox telnet. They also include nano-tiny, it replaces
ae, has a much more inviting learning curve.
Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 06:31:06PM -0700 wrote:
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> > Or we could rephrase that: Whats the point of having vi on there if ae does
> > the job... And we could fit a game on ...
> > /me runs off cackling
> actually, i'm surprised no one has thought of this already:
> A telnet client would be a very, very nice thing to have. The game doesn't
> have to be on the boot floppies, you could telnet to some other host and read
> mail, play nethack, or whatever. Especially cool would be the possibility of
> getting quick help on IRC during the install if you happened to have a shell
> somewhere else, and had your network configured, and get lost..
> First off, this thread started as a question about ReiserFS support, and it's
> important to at least be able to create different filesystems at the
> beginning of the install..
> second, vi or telnet would be better than ae or some game.. again,
> the problem is fitting all this crap into a pretty tight space.
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