lynx cmdl.in/9058

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Obviously replace the relevant parts as required. The following also work: lynx cmdl.in/efu/by-marcel -or- lynx cmdl.in/efu/view-9058
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   commandlinefu.com is the place to record those command-line gems that you
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By: marcel
2011-08-19 00:44:27

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