|cwheeler||vi(m) has it's own keys right?|
|Azar||well it has|
|mtomczak||Hm. I seem to have gotten myself in a real bind...|
|Azar||if you got vim , typing vimtutor will show you all it does|
|Guerin||cwheeler: iceweasel used to have such an option|
|mtomczak||I'm currently using Etch (v4.0, testing). Does anyone know what my apt sources.list should look like to access the package tree for etch?|
|cwheeler||I didn't find it in the properties menus|
|cwheeler||right firefox 1.5 did|
|karsten||On RAM, maximum needed: "The reason is simple. Somewhere in the 50 to 200 megabyte range, all applications, (or at least their active portion), will reside in memory. Doubling memory may allow the entire set of applications to reside in memory, but the performance gain will be small. The larger the memory capacity, the smaller the gain. As a result, additional RAM memory will not be added."|
On Usenet, you're stupid forever.
|Guerin||karsten: those were the days|
|action||karsten hopes nobody searches his stuff...|
|karsten||hopes nobody searches his stuff...|
|Azar||Less memory means more swap.|
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|Azar||hehe cat walking on your keyboard?|
|maddash||nope. crappy icewm theme that's gotten me confused as to which window has the focus.|
|abrotman||you know .. they're up to e17 now ...|
|maddash||e17::anna nicole as icewm::....well, the girl next door.|
|Guerin||maddash: you mean, fake, superficial and dead?|
|Azar||oops popcon reported having bugs|
|maddash||Guerin: sans dead and fake...|
|maddash||Guerin: I was mostly juxtaposing the e17's heavy decorations to the heavy make up|
|mtomczak||What does the error "Couldn't stat source package list" mean when aptitude starts?|
|Guerin||mtomczak: it means what it says. Run `aptitude update' to fix it.|
|mtomczak||Okay, cool. So "couldn't stat" means "File not found...|
What threw me was I kinda expected that when I added a new package source to sources.list, aptitude would respond to not having ever cached that package source by caching it.
|Dewi||mtomczak: just run another update if you're worried|
mtomczak: and no, aptitude doesn't do anything to the caches until you ask for it by doing 'update'
oh here they are!