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____/ Gregory Shearman on Friday 20 Nov 2009 05:30 : \____
> On 2009-11-19, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> I use the CLI for sox, vi, gdb/cgdb, mc, mutt, slrn, wget, ssh,
>>> ncftp, xpdf/evince, make, setting wallpaper, controlling mpd (music
>>> player daemon), and also to start OpenOffice on a particular
>>> It's fast and easy, nothing more.
>> Ah, OK. But all have GUI substitutes/front ends. You use he CLI by
>> choice, not need.
> Of course he does. So do I. Isn't Linux all about choice? I choose
> Gentoo over Redhat distros because I find CLI editing of config files to
> be much easier.
Some people get scared when they are shown Linux by people who prefer the
advanced (and fast) way of doing things.
~~ Best of wishes
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