a more simple question?

John G. Heim jheim at math.wisc.edu
Wed Mar 6 22:22:47 UTC 2013

Jude, 'apt-cache search "word processor"' does not give you a list of 
word processors for linux.

I think you're making Karen's point for her.  In fact, if she wanted to 
add that linux nerds don't seem to be able to relate to beginners, you'd 
be making that point too.

M, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> I can do sudo apt-cache search "word processor" | more and come up with a
> list of word processors in debian at least.
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