Re: Unix frontend for deschall?

Andy Church (achurch@dragonfire.net)
Wed, 21 May 1997 15:41:46 EDT


>Considering the multi-user, multi-architecture, and network environment of
>most Unix systems, there doesn't seem to be a real need for well developed
>client front ends.

True, but I (at least) am a curious sort of person, and I like to see
how my deschall client is doing (besides counting seconds between dots).
You _could_ have a little thing that just sat there running it, sure, and
it would get the job of key-crunching done just fine. But maybe there's
someone else who likes little statistics programs. <shrug>

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