danmint at verizon.net
Thu Feb 23 19:49:09 EST 2006
Well I have the file and I unzipped it, but upon looking at the readme,
and not being a programmer, I'm confused about a couple of things.
I downloaded openssl0.98A and installed it because the author states
openssl is needed.
there is a lot of mention of libraries and such, and I just don't get some
of this stuff despite the fact that I've been dabbling off and on with
Linux for over 2 years.
Another question, when I run make should I be root, and is there a hard
and fast rule about that?
On Thu, 23 Feb 2006, Charles Hallenbeck wrote:
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> Hi Dan,
> Typing "make" in the directory that results from unzipping this file
> will create an executable called "ee". I renamed mine to "eb" and moved
> it to /usr/local/bin. There is a good manual, a detailed README, and a
> bunch of configuring to do, but I still find it worthwhile and use it in
> preference to other browsers.
> It also allows navigating directories and files and performing
> maintenance on them, merely by starting with "eb dirname" and then
> accessing the directory contents just as though it were a text file,
> with each filename or dirname on its own line. You should probably be
> comfortable with the line editor ed first though.
> On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 05:02:57PM -0500, Dan Murphy wrote:
>> I think it was last week some time there was a link posted for the
>> edbrowse program, and I wanted to install it and give it a try but I seem
>> to have misplaced the file.
>> Could somebody please post the link again?
>> Thanks in advance.
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