turning on the links are numbered feature in links?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at shellworld.net
Wed Jun 29 18:00:31 UTC 2016

I doubt very seriously if that will work at all.
Dreamhost does not fully construct their shell in that fashion.
In fact if i was to base the way Ubuntu shells structures function  using 
my dreamhost experiences...I would never touch this at all.
fortunately shellworld does a better job.
Still I do not create service related directories on the sites of 
companies not my own.
the invoke option turned on the feature, therefore there is no reason to 
follow these steps, especially as I have no reason to feel the steps will 
produce the desired results.

On Wed, 29 Jun 2016, Tim Chase wrote:

> On June 29, 2016, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>> I did look for the html.cfg file.
>> However dreamhost must put this somewhere else  because I could not
>> find a file with that name.
> If, after setting the option, you didn't then go back to the View
> menu and choose to save the HTML options, that file may not exist.
> You can force its creation with
>  $ mkdir -p ~/.links2
>  $ echo html_numbered_links 1 >>  ~/.links2/html.cfg
> which should create the directory if needed, then create that file
> with the requisite setting in it.  There are other settings that can
> be controlled and you might want to explore those (doing the "Save
> HTML options" from the view menu should generate the whole file with
> all the available options).
> Hope that gets you where you need to go.
> -tim
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