Re: [solved] Re: Problems with text file going from Linux to MS Windows
Rodolfo Medina <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Rodolfo Medina <email@example.com> writes:
>>> If I want to send a text file to an MS Windows user there are problems: in
>>> fact, in MS Windows a text file which has been composed under Linux is not
>>> correctly read: the line ends are not recognised. The remedy is to cut the
>>> and paste it into an MS Word file, then cut it again and re-paste it into the
>>> text file, which is not so good because this way I need rebooting every time
>>> into the Windows partition.
>>> Can anybody suggest some solution to this problem?
Just an additional note: If you're using Nautilus, you can use
Nautilus actions  together with unix2dos / dos2unix (as proposed
by Nyizsnyik Ferenc).
Then, you didn't even need to open the file, but could just select
the appropriate entry in the context menu.
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