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Re: Command line: How do you keep the output from scrolling out of sight?

On 2011-03-01 10:59:32 Jason Hsu wrote:
>I know that I'm supposed to use the messages I see every time I enter a
>command for troubleshooting purposes.  But if the output is too long, then
>the first messages scroll out of sight, and that makes it impossible to
>properly troubleshoot when I don't know what I'm doing.  Is there a way to
>get the output to temporarily stop so I can read it all if I wish?

less / more / pg for interactive viewing.
redirection / tee for persisting output and reviewing both now and later.
script for saving both input and output with the ability to reply the session.

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