Frank Murphy wrote:
> What do the admins. here think is a good up2date book on administering
> by command line?.
>> I've Googled but would prefer a reccomendation.
> Preferably Something that doesn't require a degree to read\understand.
info, man and google (in that order) in combination with
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/upt2/ is what I use.
Distro specific stuff changes so quickly a book isn't worth it I think
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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If you want to turn off the "clear screen"
done by some terminal apps on exit:
infocmp $TERM |
sed 's/\([rs]mcup=\)[^,]*,/\1,/' > /tmp/$TERM.src
tic -o ~/.terminfo/ /tmp/$TERM.src
Remove the resultant file in ~/.terminfo to undo
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