roadnottaken wrote:Part of the usefulness of the the command line is that it lets you get away from the mouse. Why would I want to reintroduce a mouse to that environment?
Besides, the command line uses emacs keybindings, which are a very efficient way to get around. There is even a keybinding to transpose two characters (or words).
Bro.Tiag wrote:My self being dyslexias, gpm really comes in handy at the command line.
qubodup wrote:PS: It really is a mind thing, using the CLI makes me feel closer to the config files and to the "truth" while using guis often means that information is hidden plus I can't see any connection.
anthony wrote:I have really learned a lot about the way debian works just by using xmonad as a window manager. It is a great environment for those who love cli and I have learned more about my system in the past 2 weeks than I have for the year I have been using debian. Also, a mouse Is completly optional.
roadnottaken wrote:garrincha wrote:Fuxbox
That's fluxbox! Get it right!
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