One of those monumental days ........
amarjan-e+AXbWqSrlAAvxtiuMwx3w at public.gmane.org
Wed Nov 9 15:37:13 UTC 2005
Walter Dnes wrote:
> I'm talking specifically about "info". Remember the old text
>adventure games like Zork? You'd press an arrow in a random direction,
>trying to get to your destination. Instead, you'd end up in some random
>chamber on another level. You could easily waste hours playing the game.
>"info" works exactly the same way... *BUT I DON'T WANNA WASTE MY TIME
>PLAYING GAMES AND NAVIGATING UP AND DOWN BETWEEN RANDOM LEVELS WHEN I'M
>MERELY TRYING TO FIND THE PROPER SYNTAX FOR A LINUX COMMAND*!!!
pinfo will ease your pain. It's an info viewer with a lynx-like command
set and navigation paradigm. I always get lost with the stock info
viewer, but pinfo makes info files... tolerable. So does konqueror...
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