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Old 01-10-2005, 05:11 AM   #1
vikinnun
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Registered: Nov 2004
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Warnings when starting aterms man pages


I'm able to read aterm's man pages via Eterm by typing simply "man aterm". Everything works fine under Eterm but if I start aterm and type "man aterm" I get lots of warnings like this:
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/usr/bin/zsoelim: aterm.pretbl:611: warning: newline in .lf request, ignoring
When i start scrolling down the man page they look ok, and if I scroll back up these warnings are gone and man pages look like ok. Does anyone have a clue what is wrong with my aterm, have I done something wrong during compilation or what?
 
  


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