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Re: MSDOS files...what to do...

Andrew Akins wrote:
> I have copied some MSDOS text files (documents, java source files) to my
> Linux box. So, of course, they all have ^M at the end of each line. At
> our SCO box at work, we have a dos2unix command that would fix
> these...does Linux have a similar tool, and what package is it in?

You can pipe the file through "tr -d '\r'". Ignore the other message
about mcopy. This is restrictive since it *assumes* that the file
is on a floppy disk (or other FAT volume).

Jens B. Jorgensen

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