reverse order of file

sed '1!G;h;$!d'

By: grep
2009-02-16 21:05:54

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Beautiful line, although the result is the same as "tac".
raphink · 696 weeks and 6 days ago
tac -bash: tac: command not found
grep · 696 weeks and 6 days ago
Ah, BSD is missing some useful tools?
raphink · 696 weeks and 6 days ago
freeBSD doesn't come with everything by default; it just comes with the useful stuff ;) all joking aside freeBSD is fairly minimalist. Anything program you want can be compiled and installed from ports.
grep · 696 weeks and 6 days ago
On FreeBSD it's easy, too: tail -r
inof · 681 weeks and 6 days ago
You just have to apt-get install tac or yum tac and it will install
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