"Ok, you GUI-potatoes, listen up. I'm not talking about hacking
an RFC (Request for Comment) here. I'm talking about a program
called Comment that you can run on your own system. Comment is a
free software program released under the BSD license that lets you
enter and recall notes from the command line in the blink of an
eye--or, if you type as slowly as I do, in several blinks. So grab
a Jolt and get thyself to a console window, we've got some CLI to
"The first thing you need to do is grab the program's source
code. Once you've downloaded and decompressed the tarball, enter
the comment.0.1-dev directory and run the make command. When make
has finished, su to super-user mode and run code>make install.
That's it, you've finished the installation..."
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