[RC5] RC5 only fetching.-GUI

Malte S. Stretz msquadrat.nospamplease at gmx.net
Wed Oct 31 18:13:44 EST 2001


You're right. I think for the noobs the GUI should be default and the
CLI optional. And there should be an option to tell the dnetc how to
start (GUI/CLI) per def. And the whole stuff should be in the doc.
And... I think that's enough for now :)

> Well, that's one way to get a GUI interface, but you have to work at it and
> the installation is still CLI, not GUI.

> At 06:51 PM 10/30/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>>Hummmm... AFAIK the current win32 client (v2.8015-469-CTR-01051420)
>>_does_ have a "GUI". At least a GUI the kind ur talking about. Try
>>awakening it from your tray bar and select the GUI in the "View"
>>menu... (or somewehere else -- got it running as a service :)
>>
>>Greets
>>Malte
>>
>>
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>> > Fellows,
>> > I wasn't really thinking about a screensaver but just a GUI-client.
>> > The nice thing with this old client is it shows your key rate as a graph.
>> > So if I change to non-GUI client, will I have the same possibility? What is
>> > the benefit of the newer clients, knowing I only run RC5 anyway?
>> > Tom
>>
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