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Old April 24th, 2007, 05:36 PM
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I am unsure how to enter the commands shown on page 163.
I am OK until I get to the last entry on the page, where it looks as though the many things entered on the one line are tabbed, but when I hit tab I get no cursor movement. Is this a problem with my terminal setup or is this not tab delineated??
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You don't need to use tabs. Just put in spaces and it will work fine.


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