--- Scott Oertel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Bryan Bonifacio wrote: > > The ports and packages are also available from the > CD-ROMs (either the first or the second). > > > > -- > > Bryan > > > > "Renat S. Nurgaliyev" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hello! > > > > Please, please, please, include Midnight Commander > into the future > > releases of FreeBSD! It is extremely time-safing > and lightweight tool. It can be > > installed from ports, but what about disconnected > PC's? Thanks a lot. > > > > With Best Regards, > > Renat S. Nurgaliyev > > Data Network Engineer > > > > > > > I use midnight commander on a daily basis, can > anyone recommend a > better, more lightweight tool then mc? > > > -Scott Oertel
I would also like to hear recommendations for alternatives to mc that are light weight, work on the command line **and** are either included on the FreeBSD installation CD or would be appropriate additions to the installation CD. mc makes it much easier/faster to finish configuring the OS after a clean installation; so it's always the first application I pkg_add from the ftp site. It would be nice to have an application with mc's basic features on the installation CD, especially since immediate internet access cannot be assumed. Andrew L. Gould _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"