I demand that Janardana Deva may or may not have written...
> I copied and pasted your command line and I did not edit it. It is not
> clear to me why the single quote marks appered.
Mail client trying to be too smart for its own good, perhaps? I suggest
putting it out of its misery and using something else.
> I retried it without the double quotes. Same output. Only difference is I
> updated to xine-lib 1.1.8. To no avail.
> Output file attached.
No it isn't. The only attachment that I can see is a waste-of-space HTML
duplicate of your message.
Whatever you're using to send mail - sHotmail web interface? - you *really*
should dump in favour of something significantly less broken - just about
anything not of MICROS~1 would satisfy that...
(Ideally, you'd use something which understands the Mail-Followup-To header,
or at least includes an In-Reply-To header.)
> Also, lynx is indeed installed:
> $ type lynx
> lynx is a tracked alias for /usr/bin/lynx
Try the bit within $(...) on its own: you should get a useable URL.
> Guess I have to wait for 1.1.9.
Or you could build a snapshot for yourself...
[snip should-be-quoted-but-isn't text - no way am I cleaning up again after
that Macroslop junk]
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