Copy and paste in bash shell???
Ok so here is my problem. Let's say I'm in shell 1 and i have open /boot/grub/grub.conf and in shell 2 i have a command ran like this
then i enter in my password and it spits this out at me
Now back in shell 1 i inserted the following line password --md5 (i need super long hashed password here)
How do i go about copying the output from shell 2 and making it so i can paste in shell 1.
I know that if i open up the GUI i can just open up terminal and copy and paste that way. I do not want to use the GUI. I used it at first to get comfortable, i feel like I'm almost there now. Thanks for the help guys. Ohh yea I'm using CentOS 6.2 as well.