Subject: Re: Some details...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/14/1995 13:56:22
> > csh : I often have the msg : sh: warning: running as root with dot in PATH
> /bin/sh has a really rediculous (had?) warning in it. I think it may be
> gone in -current now...
I'd rather have that, than the alternative, of something named ls in ./ that
does say rm -rf /usr
> emacs -> emacs-19.28
> This is so you can have multiple versions of emacs around, and run
> whichever by default upon typing emacs. A stock gcc install from the FSF
> does the same thing...
definitly a good thing, considering the disk space emacs requires.. but
I love to waste gigs of diskspace on bad software.
Scott Jann (Mr. Bill) "Zoinks!" -Shaggy