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From: Jason Wong <gentoo@...>
Subject: Re: What "just works" and what doesn't?
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 10:30:37 +0800
On Thursday 07 October 2004 06:17, Lindsay Haisley wrote:

> When I do a batch-emerge, such as 'emerge uU world', a lot of important
> informaton on various packages scrolls up the screen.  Some of this stuff
> is must-read info, or stuff that would save a lot of time and research if I
> could read it.  In Debian, with the ncurses debconf UI, I can swipe the
> important info screens and paste them into a file for review later.  They
> all have <OK> buttons so they stay until you dismiss them.  In Gentoo

Having dabbled with Debian briefly recently, I was quite impressed with the 
fact that an email is sent to the admin/root user which summarises the 
"important info" that is displayed after a package is installed.

-- 
Jason Wong

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