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RE: Nvi recovery program please shove off

Hi Pigeon,
	Does your `find` find dot files?
	I use another vi-clone, vim, which saves the temporary files as
	vimdiff (part of the vim package) is really quite stunning, and
perhaps a reason to learn VI


-----Original Message-----
From: Pigeon [mailto:jah.pigeon@ukonline.co.uk] 
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 3:23 PM
To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Subject: Nvi recovery program please shove off


The other day something dumped me into vi, which I got out of by my usual
method of trying every key combination I can think of, swearing a lot and
doing kill -9 from another vc.

Now I keep getting this mail every time I boot up: (headers snipped)

>From: jah.pigeon@ukonline.co.uk (Nvi recovery program)
>Subject: Nvi saved the file L367-13TMP.c
>On Sat Dec 14 21:48:32 2002, the user pigeon was editing a file named 
>/tmp/L367-13TMP.c on the machine pigeon, when it was saved for 
>recovery. You can recover most, if not all, of the changes to this file 
>using the -r option to view:
>	view -r /tmp/L367-13TMP.c

Obviously the file doesn't exist in /tmp anymore, but doing find / -name
'*L367*' didn't produce any result. Where is it? I want to delete it. I
don't want to view it, and I don't want to recover changes because I haven't
actually lost anything. I just want this annoying message to go away and
recover the filespace.


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