]>> Debian Lenny 2009 to my spare box. I'm running as root and
]>Yury V. Zaytsev wrote:-
]] >Which version of mc is this?
] >I can't see. But it came with Deb 2009 CD.
] >/usr/bin/mc is 379'984 ? 386-code
>Current Lenny version is: 554664
Yes it looked something like that
]>/usr/lib/mc/FAC has a 1996 News post from J.Kukonlehto,
]>and mc.tcl dated 1997 [last update],
> - there is no /usr/lib/mc/FAC in Etch, Lenny, Squeeze, Sid
> neither an /usr/lib/mc/FAQ
I thought it strange that the FAQ was so old.
> - the same for /usr/lib/mc/mc.tcl
> Really sure that mc is from an Debian Lenny installation?
My oberon [the good OS] collaborator, friend sent the CD from the other
side of the world. So It's home made.
]>Frank Dietrich wrote:
]>Maybe a missed library? What does ldd /usr/bin/mc say?
]>/usr/bin/ldd : line 117 : /usr/bin/mc: no such fl or dir
What does 'file /usr/bin/mc' mean about the file type?
As expected it's a:
ELF executable, dynamically linked,
The test-box is old and perhps the CD is 'inconsistent' ?
I wrote my own bash-script mini-mc with one screen showing part of 'ls -l',
which I'll post here later -- for suggested refinements.
So far it does: E[dit, V[iew, C[opy, M[kdir, cD[ir, U[cd ../, Q[uit
and I'd like to know if/how to make it quit to the last pwd which was present
while running, rather than to the pwd existing before it started ?
I can 'chroot <mntpoint> mc' to another old installation, but I get strange
= the VT hangs, & top shows that modprobe is busy. After some minutes
modprobe is finished and the chroot-ed mc is running OK.
The only app. more important than mc is gpm, which I have get from chroot to.
I'm very dissapointed how kernel 2.6x and newstuff has bloated, like that
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