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i dont know how can i open file txt in SSH

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by A_1, Jan 7, 2007.

  1. A_1

    A_1 Active Member

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    Hello,
    please can any one tell me how i can open file.txt in SSH in home direcet :mad:
     
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    pico file.txt
     
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    A_1 Active Member

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    Thank you for ur help
    and what about ,
    i change the host name and i saw that message in WHM
    Invalid License File

    i want the whm work fine
     
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    you took the time to change your icon here but didn't take the time to search it. There are many threads about (and answering) your second question. The first should be part of learning some basic shell skills before tinkering around in it. Might do something you didn't intend to otherwise.
     
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    "some basic shell "

    So where i can found some basic shell ?? ;)
     
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    search for whatever shell you are using on Google, use your imagination maybe add "tutorial" or similar and you'll most likely find what you are looking for. If your wink was with intention of trying to poke fun, I'd probably refrain from doing so after asking how to open a txt file vi SSH.

    edit: If this was lack of understanding what I meant, I do not know what your default shell is, so I kept it general in light of that. If you don't know what your default shell is, ask your provider. So again, consult Google for a tutorial on your default shell and enjoy the learning experience.
     
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    Ok My Brother Thank you
     
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