Clark Smith <noad...@nowhere.net
> I want to remove it because I have no use for it, and it gets
> invoked when I type 'mc' by mistake when I mean 'mv' - it does not
> happen often, but when it does it annoys the hell out of me.
In addition to root's suggestion, you can also setup a shell alias to
load for all your interactive shells to map "mc" to "mv":
does the job.
Put in the shell startup files (check manpage for files) to have it
loaded in all shells everywhere.
> Are there any Slackware applications in the Slackware
> distribution that depend on Midnight commander?
Doubtful, as it is a terminal GUI file manager. You can also remove it
and see. If anything fails, download and reinstall the tgz from
for the Slackware version you are running.