On 07/31/2010 07:14 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
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On 2010-07-31 23:59, Werner Flamme wrote:
Am 31.07.2010 22:57, schrieb Michael Harnden:
Shows kdelibs being available.
When I use webpin, I am using a shell (or konsole). It is much more
efficient to use another shell program instead of clicking on the
browser, waiting two minutes until it is open, go to the website and
enter the searched package there.
Then try "cnf" if you are searching for a program (I mean, if it has a command
line). Which I think
uses "scout" to do the actual search. I have never used it, but the man page
Why try 'anything'?? Where the heck is webpin?? When we moved from 10.3 to
11.0, all I had to do was update webpin to accept the new version No. Why can't
whoever maintains webpin fix it and put out a new version?
Is it the client or the server that is the problem???
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