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Template: surfraw/surfraw-path
Type: note
_Description: New layout for surfraw elvi
 Surfraw has been rearranged so the elvi (tools to search websites) are in
 a separate directory (/usr/lib/surfraw) and no longer in your path. To run
 an elvis now, use:
 .
 surfraw elviname [options] searchterms
 .
 sr is an alias for surfraw, so you could do, for example:
 .
 sr google -lucky my 200 monkeys
 .
 If you wish to retain the old behaviour of running elvi directly, use
 surfraw-update-path(1) to append /usr/lib/surfraw to your shell's PATH (or
 optionally, all users and/or all known shells)

Template: surfraw/surfraw-v2-upgrade
Type: note
_Description: Elvi have moved *again*
 The elvi have moved again to /usr/lib/surfraw
 .
 If you ran surfaw-update-path when version 2.0-1 was installed, you will
 need to run it again, twice, to update your config files to the new
 location.
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 First run it with -remove, to remove the existing path, then with -add to
 add the new path.
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 Remember you will need source your config files (or log out and in again)
 for this to take effect.