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Old 11-20-2001
YippeeeeeeSmilie Smilie

Thanks that done the trick, do you know of somewhere I could get easy to read unix commands

Trekker
# 9  
Old 11-20-2001
Glad to be of help.

Lets see... "easy to read unix commands"
Hmmm... well if it was easy, I would have
been out of a job years ago Smilie

Anyway, I've found that the O'Reilly book
"UNIX in a Nutshell" was easy to read but then
again, when I started back at Bell Labs, we had
Unix System III and pretty sparse manual pages
formatted with troff that I had to dump to a
dot matrix printer to get a hard copy Smilie
 

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