rturner2 at texasisp.com
Mon Jun 11 05:29:08 EDT 2001
i had it all of the time!
i did not realize that i needed the -a switch with ls
so i thought that i did not have it.
thanks for the help.
On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, Geoff Shang wrote:
> mailcapstuff.tar.gz is just a regular tar.gz file, it's not a slackware tgz
> package (I wish they'd picked some other file extention even if they'd kept
> the same format). You just unpack it in your home directory and you're
> set. Note that you'll probably want to look at .mailcap in particular to
> check that the programs you want used are being called.
> Oh yeah the 2 files are .mailcap and .mime.types (note the leading dot).
> You have to use the -a switch to ls for these to show up in regular
> directory listings.
> Geoff Shang <gshang10 at scu.edu.au>
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