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Furthermore, it can render postscript files as graphics to be printed on non-postscript printers. Supported printers include common dot-matrix, inkjet and laser models.
If you have no intention of using dos quake, and you don't have the registered version of quake, install the quake-lib package instead of this one.
Restart your X Server to activate the fonts. Instructions on how to get ghostscript to use it are also included.
The creators of the GIF format require the following acknowledgement:
The Graphics Interchange Format(c) is the Copyright property of
CompuServe Incorporated. GIF(sm) is a Service Mark property of
mSQL has been designed to provide fast access to stored data with low memory requirements. As its name implies mSQL (or Mini SQL) offers a subset of ANSI-SQL as its query interface. Although it only supports a subset of SQL, everything it supports is in accordance with the ANSI SQL specification.
The package freefont contains fonts that are free to use.
Some form of mail-transport-agent is desirable for obtaining mail. However popclient is sufficient in some cases to deal with the delivery. There are several mail-transport-agents available, including smail, sendmail and others.
Pine needs no mail-transport-agent for sending mail, as it provides SMTP for this purpose.
In addition to mail viewing, Pine provides features for viewing and creating news group postings.
This protocol for remote mail access is supported by Pine and by some DOS/Windows and Macintosh MUA's (Mail User Agents).
If you just want to use Pine to read your email on your Linux system you do not need this package.
If you do install imapd you will almost certainly want to install a Mail Transfer Agent such as Smail or Sendmail, as remote mail programs which use IMAP to access incoming and saved mail will usually want to send mail using SMTP, often to the same machine.
You will probably also want to install Pine or some other IMAP client so that you can test your IMAP server.
Mush is nearly fully compatible with mailx and Mail and it will correctly read their configuration files at startup, making it easy to replace these programs with the mail user shell. (A know exception is the handling of mail got via the Post Office Protocol which uses different keywords.)
This package contains an unofficial version of mush, with many changes for making it work on a Debian Linux system and a revamped Post Office Protocol support. It also contains support for sending MIME messages.
You can connect to multiple mSQL database servers and send multiple queries to any of them via an simple object oriented interface. Two types of objects are available: database handles and statement handles.
Unisys has placed restrictions on the distribution of this package.
If you have the shared ELF Motif libraries, you can use the dynamic package, otherwise use the static package. The common package is required either way.
Check out 'http://www.javasoft.com/' for general information on Java, and 'http://www.blackdown.org/java-linux.html' for specific information on the Linux port. Also, be aware that Sun has been changing their licensing terms for the JDK, and as a result, this might be the last Debian version.
The files included in this package describe Digital, Linotoronic, Monotype, NEC, Oki, Panasonic, Sony, Tektronix and Xerox printers.
The files included in this package describe APS, AST, Accel-a-Writer, Adobe, AutoLogic, Colossal, Compaq, DTR, DataProducts, Epson, FP, FTR, Fiery, GCC, GDT, Gestetner, IDT, Iris, JVC, Kodak, LBP, MTR, Majestik, Management, MonoSys, NWS, NeXT, PIR, PS, Panther, PostArt, ProofPositive, Qume, RIP, Ricoh, Scantext, Schlumberger, Scitex, Seiko, Shinko, SilentWriter, StyleScript, Unisys and Varityper printers.
The files included in this package describe Agfa, Apple, Canon, Hewlett-Packard and QMS printers.
Although Mailcrypt may be used to process data in arbitrary Emacs buffers, it is most useful in conjunction with other Emacs packages for handling mail and news. Mailcrypt has specialized support for Rmail, VM, MH-E, and Gnus.