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Old 06-16-2004, 03:20 PM   #1
ttilt
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printing info files


someone told me that to print info files I should have to use a2ps like for example:


bzip2 -d gdb.info.bz2
a2ps gdb.info

But when i try that I get the following error:

[ttilt@localhost download]$ a2ps gdb.info
[gdb.info (binary): ignored]
[No output produced]

so is it possible to print info files ? If so how?
 
Old 01-09-2012, 05:43 PM   #2
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printing info files

here is what I do.
Could be a better way.

info iptables | col -b> /usr/iptables.txt

and then

a2ps iptables.txt -j -B -R -c --columns=1 -o iptables.ps

it works Okay but I would like to find a better way.
 
  


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