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TO: Serge M. Egelman                                           DATE: 02-25-99
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   From: Serge M. Egelman []
     To: tclug-list []
   Date: 1999-02-25 17:42
Subject:  Re: [TCLUG:4327] Hello


Well regarding the text editor I use emacs for text mode (an acquired
taste), but under X I use NEdit, which is available from fermi-lab:


Keith R. Bolson wrote:

> Sirs -
>   I am looking into Linux for personal and commercial use
> I have a number of rather inane questions I'd prefer not
> to post to newsgroups.  And some deep ones a little more
> knowledge would help me express better.  Is there anyone
> who might be willing to answer such questions?
> Summary of immediate questions:
> 1.  Text Editor.  pico, vi and emacs all suck.  Is there a
> work alike - identical keystroke, etc. to the bp ide text
> editor available.  Or for X, something similar to Winedit
> or ultraedit w/ dos, mac and unix detection and conversion?
> Learning a new text editor is awful and switching between
> them is extremely annoying.
> 2.  I believe I followed instructions and recompiled the kernel
> thrice to try to get my SB16 working under Linux.  It does
> fine as /dev/audio, but under fvwm and boing and quake,
> it doesn't make a peep.
> 3.  My immediate purpose is to set up a RH5.1 box as a
> gateway, firewall, proxy  and web server.  I believe I have
> enough info to do this, but anyone who has could offer
> suggestions.
> 4.  Long-term, a device driver and application for some
> proprietary motion control hardware  is an important project.
>   Thank you.  --krb
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