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you were probably missing some networking related library and
installing curl probably pulled it over.

If you're "not a computer professional" you should be running
something stable --- not the bleeding edge of Debian.

>>>>> "Rob" == Rob Hil <robhill@es.co.nz> writes:
    Rob> Hello, Curl wasn't installed.  I installed it, and w3
    Rob> works, still not on the first terminal I boot up to.  I
    Rob> have to change to another terminal, log in, and start
    Rob> w3, and it works then.  This is no problem, since at
    Rob> least the behaviour is consistent and I can use w3
    Rob> reliably now.
    Rob> 
    Rob> Thanks for your replies: not being a computer
    Rob> professional, my knowledge is thin and ad hoc, and the
    Rob> pointer to check curl made all the difference.
    Rob> 
    Rob> Regards,
    Rob> 
    Rob> Rob,
    Rob> 
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