Paul Mc Auley <paul at peema.org> writes:
> 128 up is probably a bit thin for this sort of thing, while the
> compression option helps, it's still a bit painful to use.
>> The saner option would be to just use your editor in text mode.
X11 emacs is almost usable, if the startup (1min+) can be ignored,
and the occasional stuck moments, but emacs -nw is certainly far
Still, I've spent years on poor dial up dreaming of running X over
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