Re: while we're talking about aterm...

Brad (brad@eclipse.net)
Sun, 21 Mar 1999 02:48:52 -0500


paz wrote:
> 
> I just wanted to thank the person or persons responsible for developing
> aterm in a way that makes it NOT specific to Linux. Don't get me wrong! I
> have absolutely nothing against Linux (I love it, and run it on another
> box, and built a web server for work using it!), but far too many
> nice-looking afterstep applets seem to only compile easily for Linux. I'm
> not a programmer, and just try to follow the instructions. A friend did a
> hack of asmon for me to use on FreeBSD, but it's not 100%, and it was
> non-trivial, apparently.
> 
> I've been running aterm for about a month, and just recompiled it tonight,
> and it works great.

Can you have that person send that fbsd asmon to me?  I can't port it
myself because I have no access to a freebsd machine... perhaps I can
merge the code together...

-Brad

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