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how to create a named pipe

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how to create a named pipe

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restore from backup mkcd of an IBM RS/6000 of type chrp

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restore from backup mkcd of an IBM RS/6000 of type chrp

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burn_cd - command to burn a cd

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burn_cd - command to burn a cd

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zcat - decompress a tar file

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zcat - decompress a tar file

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tar a directory from one server to another with rsh

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tar a directory from one server to another with rsh

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dircmp - to compare a source and destination directory

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dircmp - to compare a source and destination directory

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dd - read a large file for testing

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dd - read a large file for testing

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cpio - copy source directory or filesystem to a another destination

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cpio - copy source directory or filesystem to a another destination

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how to move the data in a partition to another filesystem using ufsdump and ufsrestore in...

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how to move the data in a partition to another filesystem using ufsdump and ufsrestore in Sun Solaris

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tar - how to create, test, and extract a tar file

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tar - how to create, test, and extract a tar file

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tar - copy all files in one directory to another on local server

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tar - copy all files in one directory to another on local server

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Retaining AIO values with mkcd on IBM AIX

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Retaining AIO values with mkcd on IBM AIX

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