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#5752 06/28/04 12:58 PM
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As stated in topic: is there any GUI for M1/linux? In readme there is written something about m1i, but I cannot find it anywhere.

#5753 06/28/04 08:18 PM
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There is not currently a supported M1 Linux GUI.

#5754 06/29/04 02:14 AM
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yeah, some lazy bum needs to pull his thumb out his arse or something...

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#5755 06/29/04 12:06 PM
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Not good. RB, some time ago there were plans to port BridgeM1. Hope you will find time for doing this. I think there is a bug in M1 0.7.4b. After running it in konsole program and exiting with escape key, keyboard does not respond in the terminal window.

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That's with bash only. It's fine with csh/tcsh, and nobody's ever bothered to tell me why.

#5757 06/29/04 08:39 PM
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Maybe nobody knows?

#5758 06/30/04 01:03 AM
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Quote:
Originally posted by Belegdol:
Maybe nobody knows?
Really, you think so?

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Not really, just kidding.

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More facts about this bug: sh also doesn't function correctly. However, the description of the bug was wrong. sh/bash do respond, but characters do not appear on the screen. Strange.

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Err, on Linux sh usually is a symlink to bash :-)


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