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Two questions for ya first how do you print from vi? I tried to search here for it but you can't search for vi as it is under 3 letters, then along the same lines how do you print from command line say cat test.txt > ????? I already have my printer installed and working great but as most of my work seems to be at command line this is quite the handicap. Thanks for any info.
Thanks for the reply that works great, does anyone know the command for printing while you are in vi, there is alot of times where I will be working on code and want to have a quick printout of if to check some syntex things.
Yep works great thank you very much. I had to keep going into gui just to print off my html and php files, seems like a bit of a waste to me, I like spending my time in the command line, I guess it is just a sickness or something.