Slint public key needs to be refreshed, dae and edbrowse
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sat Nov 10 03:26:07 UTC 2018
can I get the site to download this distro?
On 11/9/2018 5:41 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Slint users, to get the public key replacing the one that expired, please type as root
> slapt-get -add-keys
> This is needed for slapt-get to continue working.
> To stay off-topic, you can get new dae and edbrowse packages:
> slapt-get -u
> slapt-get -i dae # lower case letters: d a e
> slapt-get -i edbrowse #lower case letters e d b r o w s e
> Descriptions follow:
> Edbrowse is a combination editor, browser, and mail client 100% text based.
> The interface is similar to /bin/ed, though there are many more features, such
> as editing multiple files simultaneously, and rendering html. This program was
> originally written for blind users, but many sighted users have taken
> advantage of the unique scripting capabilities of this program, which can be
> found nowhere else. A batch job, or cron job, can access web pages on the
> internet, submit forms, and send email, with no human intervention whatsoever.
> edbrowse can tap into databases through odbc. Primarily written by Karl Dahlke.
> Please note that edbrowse can use the duktape java script engine, shipped as
> dependency, query and edit SQL databases.
> After installation to know a little more: man edbrowse
> DAE (The Digital Audio Editor)
> The purpose of this program is to allow for the editing of digital
> audio files from a text-based application in a user-friendly manner
> The author of DAE is Willem van der Walt.
> Documentation is available in /usr/doc/dae-r33982
> This files are in addition to the man page.
> Of course dae-tutorial.ogg is an audio tutorial.
> If you want to use dae to edit duty.wav, copy it to a directory in your $HOME so
> that DAE can back it up before editing it.
> dae works only in a tty (console), not in a terminal in a graphical environment.
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