Diarmaid O'Loughlin said
> How do you run that? command I've never used emacs and by the looks of it
> hope I never will.
Just like the man said M-x dunnet (M-x is Meta X, which on most PC Unices is
Alt+x, on Suns it's the diamond + x, and on any system pressing escape and then
x will also do it. M-x gets you to Emacs' command line.
> I've never used emacs and by the looks of it hope I never will.
So you'd use vi or pico or somesuch editor which can't read mail, cook steak,
prevent global warming etc. instead ? Ah well, you're more to be pitied than
Sorry, but I hate modal editors, and as a professional Unix sysadmin I get to
use vi quite a bit (when I have to use systems which I haven't yet civilised)
and every now and then I need to get it off my chest :-)
Niall O Broin
UNIX Network Administrator nobroin at esoc.esa.de
Ground Systems Engineering Department Ph./Fax +49 6151 90 3619/2179
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