How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

This is a test of CLIVE

Clive is a console based LJ client for *nix, which I'm running under Cygwin. And it works! Well, at least, if you see this it works. I whipped up a little script to let me edit in emacs, and then it posts it using cat ~/.post_data | clive $1, where $1 is the journal I'm posting in. The uname and password is in the .~/.cliverc file.

We'll see how it works. In other news, I didn't get around to posting an "On Anarchy" installment yesterday, since I was busy with KDE- which I never got to work. I did however get GNOME working, although, I have to be honest, I think I like using XWin with several consoles and twm as my window manager. It's not pretty, but it's lightweight and performs better than GNOME. And, moreover, it gets the job done.


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