On Tue, Apr 22, 2003 at 11:06:07AM -0500, Michael Kahle wrote:
> I was looking at some of the gzip'd documentation in /usr/share/doc/exim
> today and I got to wondering... When I want to view the documentation, I
> would always change to root, then uncompress the file, read it, and then
> re-compress it. Am I making this too difficult? Is there another utility
> that I should be using to browse this documentation so that I don't have to
> go through all of these steps every time? I am very afraid that this is
> going to be a, "Where's the any key?", type question! :)
Try zless (or less if you have the correct environment options), or vim.
lynx seems to handle compressed html files correctly.
Anyway, there is no need to become root for this. /tmp exists for a
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