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Old 07-05-2005, 08:28 AM   #1
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CentOS / Asterisk scroll break help


I'm using CentOS with Asterisk@Home. When I run Asterisk@Home and type the 'help' command, the list of commands scrolls down the page to the bottom allowing me to only see the commands starting from 'sip show channels' to 'zap show channel'.

This is a bit annoying because I need to see all of the commands I can use with this program. Is there a way to list the commands one page at a time, or even scroll back up to view all of the commands?

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