Where is Kdict?

g geleem at bellsouth.net
Mon Jul 21 17:54:11 UTC 2008

Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> If you have no file matching *kdict in your current directory, then of
> course they're the same. That's what I'm saying.
> All of this has nothing to do with yum or kdict of course. It's just
> basic Shell semantics.

ok. i can/will accept this. yum matching 1st to current directory is
something i was not aware of.

thinking about what you wrote before between then and now, i am at a
better understanding of your reasoning in using '\'.

again, i thank you for your enlightenment. as i said elsewhere, i do
hope to continue to be a 'newbie' and hope to never have linux become
'dull and boring'.




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