Hi Quick question

Jez Hancock jez.hancock at munk.nu
Thu Aug 14 07:48:20 PDT 2003

On Thu, Aug 14, 2003 at 09:30:20AM -0500, Kevin Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote:
> >Is there a command to browse files by pages?  When ever I ls in a
> big dir, I can't shift page up for some reason.  This is very
> >annoying =(
> Heh, the replies here are good, but there's a humor possibility ...
> Think about the old quote "Less is More" --- ls | more    ls | less
> To Eric, one more thing:  on most terminals you can press the
> "Scroll Lock" key and then use the arrow keys to browse the
> terminal output up to the limit of its memory buffer ...
Remember to check out the manpages for 'more' and 'less' as well - 
the 'b' and 'f' keys take you backwards and forwards along with a raft
of other keyboard strokes.



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