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Re: X and non-X packages (Re: Attempts at security)

> From: Hendrik Sattler
> Newsgroups: gmane.linux.debian.devel.general
> Subject: Re: X and non-X packages (Re: Attempts at security)
> Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2007 18:59:01 +0100

Hallo, Hendrik.

> Am Sonntag 04 Februar 2007 15:36 schrieb Oleg Verych:
>> I'm the one, who don't need X, but emacs21 is linked to some X, even to
>> (ugly) 3d scollbars, that i hate. Thus, i whould say it's a *very* big
>> disadvantage.
> emacs21-nox exists
> and that's what I use, too. The X interface is plain ugly and has an 
> incredibly bad usability. Using the terminal interface has the advantage of 
> being the same for remote shell access. It's just about copying a sensible 
> configuration file (I doubt that the terminals that the default is for are 
> still widely used).

Really, it is. Somehow i didn't find it in apt-cache before ;D

> HS

Thanks !

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