reading the full screen
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Wed Oct 24 22:32:11 EDT 2007
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On Wed, Oct 24, 2007 at 10:43:28PM +0100, Gaijin wrote:
> $ ls /var/log/scripts/*
> ...in Slackware crashes my synthesizer, probably from an over-filled
> buffer, as the directory is filled with scripts used to install all the
> software on the system.
Piping the output through more or less would probably solve that:
$ ls /var/log/scripts/* |more
> I'm sure there is some kind of CTS/RTS
> handshaking going on somewhere, but I can't find any info on it to set
> my synthesizer's parameters.
- From what I recall, and I could be wrong, speakup uses hardware
handshaking when talking to all the supported serial synths.
> PS: Can anyone tell me how this message appears? Finally got
> Thunderbird to take pasted text from Notepad in a reply, and am
> wondering if lines are still exceeding 72 characters per line. TIA.
Looks just fine here.
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