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root 1...near the end


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Posted on 07-05-07 14:31
I'm in /etc/ directory but I don't know how to read pas**d file.
I tried read, pas**d -s and some other commands but I can't figure what command do I need to use.

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Posted on 07-05-07 14:47
google UNIX commands.


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Posted on 07-05-07 17:17
theres this command that goes before the file you want to read. youll find it easily its very basic. (it's not a flag like you were trying)


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Posted on 18-05-07 15:05
Use ?A? command, you can find it from http://www.math.utah.edu/computing/unix/unix-commands.html