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Heavy-duty USENET news reader (curses-based client)

nn stands for "No News is good news", and the nn newsreader is designed to let you minimize the amount of time you spend reading news (or, more realistically, to allow you to follow even more newsgroups :-).

nn allows you to quickly select articles of interest and skip the rest. It also supports efficient article killing and selection of articles by author and subject.

This version of nn reads news from a news server via NNTP (the Network News Transfer Protocol), and can make use of your NNTP server's NOV database, if configured. You must have a news server available - large sites usually provide a site-wide server. (For those familiar with 'nn', this is a client-only version.)

(Having recently used both nn and trn, I think it's a tossup as to which is best, as trn seems to include many of nn's best features. If you're a diehard nn user, "trn -x -XX" will start trn in a mode which somewhat resembles nn.)

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Package version:6.5.0.b3.linux.1.1-01
Architecture:i386
Distribution:Other
Filename:nn_6.5.0.b3.linux.1.1-01.deb

/usr/man/man1/nn.1

NN(1)                                                          NN(1)



NAME
       nn - efficient net news interface (No News is good news)

SYNOPSIS
       nn [ options ] [ newsgroup  |  +folder  |  file ]...
       nn -g [ -r ]
       nn -a0 [ newsgroup ]...

DESCRIPTION
       Net  news is a world-wide information exchange service cover‐
       ing numerous topics in science and every  day  
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/usr/man/man1/nncheck.1

NNCHECK(1)                                                NNCHECK(1)



NAME
       nncheck - check for unread articles

SYNOPSIS
       nncheck [ -Q -r -t ]  [ -f format ]

DESCRIPTION
       nncheck  will report if there are some articles on the system
       which you have not read.

       Without options, nncheck will simply print a message  report‐
       ing the number of unread articles 
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/usr/man/man1/nngrep.1

NNGREP(1)                                                  NNGREP(1)



NAME
       nngrep - grep for news group names (nn)

SYNOPSIS
       nngrep [ -ainprsu ] [ -l ] [ pattern ]

DESCRIPTION
       nngrep  can  print  various  selections of the available news
       groups.

       Without options, nngrep will list  all  currently  subscribed
       newsgroups  whose name matches any of the spec
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/usr/man/man1/nnpost.1

NNPOST(1)                                                  NNPOST(1)



NAME
       nnpost - post ne
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/usr/man/man1/nntidy.1

NNTIDY(1)                                                  NNTIDY(1)



NAME
       nntidy - tidy yo
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