On Sun 12/8/19 19:54 -0500 David Levine wrote:
Fedora 30 uses readline 8.0. The easiest ways to deal with it would be to
rebuild your local nmh (I recommend build_nmh in the top-level nmh source
OK, I did not notice this
$ sed -n 5,10p INSTALL
Installing nmh, guided by script
For routine installation on popular platforms, the build_nmh shell
script can be used to guide you through configuration. It will then
build and optionally (with -i) install in the configured location.
thanks, good to know about the 'build_nmh' script.
or install the Fedora RPM (sudo dnf install nmh).
I will probably start using dnf install nmh for the next release or
for other new installs. Nice that the package is up to date.
I assume the *.rpmnew feature is used by the rpm package, so config
files do not get clobbered in upgrades.
I assume I should back up > /usr/local/nmh/etc
and then use make to remove the current install. How/which target?
There is an uninstall target, but I've never used it. I just remove the
entire nmh tree (/usr/local/nmh/ in your case).