Re: Newsreader question
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On 03/01/08 14:27, Jochen Schulz wrote:
> Ron Johnson:
>> On 03/01/08 12:46, Jochen Schulz wrote:
>>> Ron Johnson:
>>>> Well, X is network transparent, so why not just run the app on
>>>> node_a, and display it on current_node?
>>> *Offline* reading.
>> Irrelevant to the point at hand.
> No. Offline like "using my laptop while commuting and the machine
> running slrn is back at home". And when I'm back at work, I'd like to
> ssh home and use the newsreader there.
>>> And I didn't talk about X applications either. :)
>> What other kinds of interactive applications are there in Debian (or
>> RH, OSX, FreeBSD, etc etc), besides console and X apps? Both of
>> which are *designed* for remote access. Even Eeeevil Windows has
>> free X servers
> I just wanted to say I am not interested in an X app, I prefer a console
Like I said, "Both of which are *designed* for remote access." So,
ssh into your primary box and use slrn from there.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
"The kniiife..., the kniiife... The life of the wife is ended
by the knife."
Stewie Griffin & Eliza Pinchley
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