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Old 03-17-2007, 02:05 AM   #1
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Question command to locate error on line #


Greetings:

When theres error on the linux it will specify what specific line #. I know in GUI in linux i just press F11 to display the numbers in the left side.

My question is:

If I used bash or putty, what is the command to type so that it will help me point to specific line error.

I already knew this command before but I forgot ..can anyone help me....
 
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You need to specify what program you are running that is giving you the errors. The format and handling of errors will be very different with different applications.
terminal--shell commands?
compiling?
specific application such as GIMP or OpenOffice?
 
Old 03-18-2007, 07:22 PM   #3
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Question find error on line #

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You need to specify what program you are running that is giving you the errors. The format and handling of errors will be very different with different applications.
terminal--shell commands?
compiling?
specific application such as GIMP or OpenOffice?

Lets say I command vi radiusd.conf and run radiusd -X. When errors occur it prompts me theres error , lets says error on line 50. I dont know what is the command to automatically point me in that specific error line.
 
  


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