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[Peter Samuelson]
> > There is no Linux 6.2. The newest version is a prerelease of 2.4.0.

[Igmar Palsenberg <maillist@chello.nl>]
> I'll bet you a beer he's using RedHat :)

Yes, yes. You know he's using Red Hat and I know he's using Red Hat.
But it really bugs me when someone uses the term 'Linux 6.2'.... (:
I could not resist pointing out the distinction.

> mount /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom
> cd /mnt/cdrom/SRPMS
> rpm -ivh finger<tab>
>
> cd /usr/src/redhat/SPECS
> rpm -bp finger<tab>

I think I prefer 'apt-get source finger'. (: If you set it up for the
cdrom or multi-cdrom methods it will prompt you to put the right CD in.
The advantage/disadvantage is that it unpacks into the current dir. Oh
well, guess this isn't a distro advocacy list. (:

> The <tab> is indeed the keyboard thing :)

Or just use '*' instead of '\t'..

Peter
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