Ticket #3608: mc-3608-mc.hint-remove-duplicate-files.patch

File mc-3608-mc.hint-remove-duplicate-files.patch, 61.1 KB (added by and, 4 years ago)
  • deleted file doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ar

    From 8ff2a2b88b4a2a56d4f84ab3622a9aae36181142 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
    From: Andreas Mohr <and@gmx.li>
    Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2016 17:14:25 +0000
    Subject: [PATCH] mc.hint: remove duplicate files
    
    Remove redundant mc.hint.* files, mc will fallback to default mc.hint file.
    
    Save space and fix RPMlint warning found by OBS Framework (build.opensuse.org)
    
    mc.x86_64: W: files-duplicate
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.ar:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.az:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.ca:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.de_CH:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.fi:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.fr_CA:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.hr:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.ia:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.ja:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.ka:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.kk:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.ko:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.lt:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.sl:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.sv:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.sv_SE:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.szl:
    /usr/share/mc/hints/mc.hint.te:
    
    Signed-off-by: Andreas Mohr <and@gmx.li>
    ---
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ar    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.az    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ca    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.de_CH | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fi    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fr_CA | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.hr    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ia    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ja    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ka    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.kk    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ko    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.lt    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.sl    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.sv    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.sv_SE | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.szl   | 93 --------------------------------------------
     doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.te    | 93 --------------------------------------------
     18 files changed, 1674 deletions(-)
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ar
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.az
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ca
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.de_CH
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fi
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fr_CA
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.hr
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ia
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ja
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ka
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.kk
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ko
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.lt
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.sl
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.sv
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.sv_SE
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.szl
     delete mode 100644 doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.te
    
    diff --git a/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ar b/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ar
    deleted file mode 100644
    index ce52ac8..0000000
    + -  
    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
  • deleted file doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.az

    diff --git a/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.az b/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.az
    deleted file mode 100644
    index ce52ac8..0000000
    + -  
    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
  • deleted file doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ca

    diff --git a/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ca b/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.ca
    deleted file mode 100644
    index ce52ac8..0000000
    + -  
    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
  • deleted file doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.de_CH

    diff --git a/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.de_CH b/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.de_CH
    deleted file mode 100644
    index ce52ac8..0000000
    + -  
    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
  • deleted file doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fi

    diff --git a/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fi b/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fi
    deleted file mode 100644
    index ce52ac8..0000000
    + -  
    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
  • deleted file doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fr_CA

    diff --git a/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fr_CA b/doc/hints/l10n/mc.hint.fr_CA
    deleted file mode 100644
    index ce52ac8..0000000
    + -  
    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    + -  
    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93  
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    1 Hint: Use C-x t to copy tagged file names to the command line. 
    2  
    3 Hint: Use C-x p to copy the current pathname to the command line. 
    4  
    5 Hint: Completion: use M-Tab (or Esc+Tab).  Type it twice to get a list. 
    6  
    7 Hint: Use M-p and M-n to access the command history. 
    8  
    9 Hint: Need to quote a character? Use Control-q and the character. 
    10  
    11 Hint: Tired of these messages? Turn them off from the Options/Layout menu. 
    12  
    13 Hint: Selecting directories: add a slash to the end of the matching pattern. 
    14  
    15 Hint: If your terminal lacks functions keys, use the ESC+number sequence. 
    16  
    17 Hint: The homepage of GNU Midnight Commander: 
    18 http://www.midnight-commander.org/ 
    19  
    20 Hint: Please send any bug reports to mc-devel@gnome.org 
    21  
    22 Hint: Tab changes your current panel. 
    23  
    24 Hint: VFS coolness: tap enter on a tar file to examine its contents. 
    25  
    26 Hint: We also have a nice manual page. 
    27  
    28 Hint: Do you want Lynx-style navigation? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    29  
    30 Hint: % macros work even on the command line. 
    31  
    32 Hint: M-! will allow you to execute programs and see the output in the 
    33 viewer. 
    34  
    35 Hint: The file listing format can be customized; do "man mc" for details. 
    36  
    37 Hint: %D/%T expands to the tagged files in the opposite directory. 
    38  
    39 Hint: Want your plain shell? Press C-o, and get back to MC with C-o again. 
    40  
    41 Hint: Setting the CDPATH variable can save you keystrokes in cd commands. 
    42  
    43 Hint: If you want to see your .* files, say so in the Configuration dialog. 
    44  
    45 Hint: Want to see your *~ backup files? Set it in the Configuration dialog. 
    46  
    47 Hint: Completion works on all input lines in all dialogs. Just press M-Tab. 
    48  
    49 Hint: On slow terminals the -s flag may help. 
    50  
    51 Hint: Find File: you can work on the files found using the Panelize button. 
    52  
    53 Hint: Want to do complex searches? Use the External Panelize command. 
    54  
    55 Hint: To change directory halfway through typing a command, use M-c (quick 
    56 cd). 
    57  
    58 Note: Shell commands will not work when you are on a non-local file system. 
    59  
    60 Hint: Bring text back from the dead with C-y. 
    61  
    62 Hint: Are some of your keys not working? Look at Options/Learn keys. 
    63  
    64 Hint: To look at the output of a command in the viewer, use M-! 
    65  
    66 Hint: F13 (or Shift-F3) invokes the viewer in raw mode. 
    67  
    68 Hint: You may specify the editor for F4 with the shell variable EDITOR. 
    69  
    70 Hint: You may specify the external viewer with the shell vars VIEWER or 
    71 PAGER. 
    72  
    73 Hint: You can disable all requests for confirmation in Options/Confirmation. 
    74  
    75 Hint: Leap to frequently used directories in a single bound with C-. 
    76  
    77 Hint: You can do anonymous FTP with mc by typing 'cd ftp://machine.edu' 
    78  
    79 Hint: FTP is built in the Midnight Commander, check the File/FTP link menu. 
    80  
    81 Hint: M-t changes quickly the listing mode. 
    82  
    83 Hint: You can specify the username when doing ftps: 'cd 
    84 ftp://user@machine.edu' 
    85  
    86 Hint: You can browse RPM files by tapping enter on top of an rpm file. 
    87  
    88 Hint: To mark directories on the select dialog box, append a slash. 
    89  
    90 Hint: To use the mouse cut and paste may require holding the shift key 
    91  
    92 Hint: Key frequently visited ftp sites in the hotlist: type C-. 
    93