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Re: bash cli



On Tue, 2007-08-21 at 13:34 -0700, Don Russell wrote:
Stuart Murray-Smith wrote:
> Greetings list :-)
>
> Oh dear, I've forgotten what the bash cli is to see the output of a
> command line input (it dumps  result to screen). Pretty much the same
> bash functionality as Ctrl-R gives one a rolling history of entered
> commands.
>
> Coul someone please remind me :-)
>
> TiA, and have a great day!
>
> Stu@
>   

Are you thinking of Shift+PageUp & Shift+PageDown buttons to scroll 
through large output displays


Humble apologies for getting just slightly off-topic, but try <Ctrl><Shift>T and see what happens.  Maybe every else on the list knew this, but I didn't!  I just started playing around with key combinations to see what happened. 

As to getting the out of a command to stdout (the screen), all I can think of is just "bash -v <your command>."

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