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My home server doesn't have a monitor, so I get to use PuTTy for any access to it from the windows machine, at which time, I use vi ( Purrty Colors ). When I need to access it from work however, there is a problem. We don't have any ssh client installed, and they don't want us making connections outside the LAN via the sun boxes. During this time, I end up having to use a Java SSH client, it blows, I know, but its on a .htaccess protected dir. Back to the point, On this client, emulation sucks, so vi doesn't look right with the setup I have in the rc file, so I get stuck with pico, which I found can be pretty useful if you know how to use it, just like any other tool..

P.S.This would make a great poll

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In reply to Re: Perl Programming Tools - (who, what, where, when, and why) by defyance
in thread Perl Programming Tools - (who, what, where, when, and why) by diakonos

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