Hi, On 26 June 2009 am 09:07:00 Polytropon wrote: > On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 08:24:13 +0800, Erich Dollansky <er...@apsara.com.sg> wrote: > > To be honest, I never have had a problem with /usr since > > disks are large enough to have all on only one. > > Mostly, partitioning according to directory structures has > nothing to do with disk space, but with intention. There are > many many arguments pro and contra partitioning. It's a matter > of intention. > this is not what I mean. I wanted to say, as long as the boot disk come up, I also have /usr available when I have the space to have it all on the same disk.
That /usr does not have to be on the same disk, is a different question. If I do this, I will also be aware of the consequences. > > > > It would be even better to have an editor like joe in > > > > /bin than anything like vi. > > > > > > Certainly. > > > > Ok, then let us support joe. > > Or the Midnight Commander's editor, mcedit. :-) > > The good thing about vi - yes, there is such a thing - is the > fact that it even works completely under the weirdest > circumstances, e. g. if you are on a terminal line that does > not have cursor keys or function keys, then you can still > use the full power of vi, as long as you know how to master > it, but that's true for anything in the UNIX world. > Aren't all - or at least most - of the Unix editors like this? > > But isn't there emacs in the ports too? > > Sure, let's take emacs into the OS, as well as any other editor > one could imagine. And because most people like graphical > applications, let's include OpenOffice for editing > configuration files in maintenance mode. :-) Yes, this is the idea of the ideas. But why don't we take Microsoft Word running under wine? I mean, if we strike, we should have a real strike. Erich _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"