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Old 09-06-2011
Question Copy from vi Editor ( unix ) to windows

How to copy the complete content from a file in vi Editor to windows ( notepad ).

I can use " select " and paste it to windows but this is restricted to current page. Not allowing me to scroll down or up when selecting the content.Smilie
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Old 09-06-2011
send it to your email, from there take a copy

mailx -s "MyFile" < filename

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Otherwise, you need to increase the terminal scrollback buffer

GNU Screen: Working with the Scrollback Buffer - Samsarin
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