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Controlling print jobs in Unix with Postscript
Controlling print jobs in Unix with Postscript
Postscript is the programming language used to control the majority of printers for personal computers. It gives you more control over how a text file will appear when printed, including the typeface, whether to print in portrait or landscape, how far to indent, etc.
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topcpu - script which displays top cpu consuming processes on an IBM AIX system
topcpu - script which displays top cpu consuming processes on an IBM AIX system
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Spot-on Unix command-line productivity tips
Spot-on Unix command-line productivity tips
Using UNIX in a day-to-day office setting doesn't have to be clumsy. The first step toward increasing your office productivity using the UNIX command line is to take a close look at your current day-to-day habits. This article introduced several command-line techniques and concepts to increase your office productivity using UNIX command-line tools and applications.
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Count the Number of Lines in a File in UNIX
Count the Number of Lines in a File in UNIX
There is no official way to get the number of lines in a file with Unix, but here is a script that can achieve the desired effect.
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dd - create a large file for testing
dd - create a large file for testing
dd - create a large file for testing
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