h.robbers at chello.nl
Mon Jan 26 15:47:38 CET 2004
On Monday 26 January 2004 15:04, Petr Stehlik wrote:
> afros/README, right? I was afraid you were blind :)
Not on aranym.sourceforge.net/afros
but after Yast2 installation in:
Ahh! I see that I overlooked the afros links in the second part of
the download area (disk images). :-(
> Konqueror allows you to browse ZIP files like they were regular folders,
> I think. So I was really surprised you couldn't find the file.
Yes, Konquerer knows almost every file format.
I like Konquerer.
It can very easily be used as ftp client. It opens the remote directory
in a standard window, and you just drag&drop.
> Good. I hope you'll figure out a way of adding your own menu entry for
> the aranym.
I'll sure find out.
> Ideally AFROS would be packed in the RPM and would create the menu entry
> automagically. That would be cool, wouldn't it?
That would be terrific. :-)
(Actually, I expected afros in the rpm. Hence the overlooking of the
Perhaps it would be a good idee to put a excerpt of the readme's directly
on the afros page. So people can read important info before
downloading the real stuff. Especially for non Unix people a list of
places where everything is supposed to get lost into the mist of
the Unix directory structure. ;-)
Ok, I am looking forward to have a nice fast atari laptop. :-)
Henk Robbers. mailto:h.robbers at chello.nl
Interactive disassembler: TT-Digger; http://digger.atari.org
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