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Old 11-11-2012, 13:59   #6
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Originally Posted by Jim1970 View Post
IGF,

Holy crap! That's a lot to do! I vow to move slowly and pay attention.

Only one issue I see: the machine with the internet connection is running exclusively Ubuntu. Can I copy and paste a .txt file in Ubuntu?

Gonna gobble some lunch, then I will launch into this. Please stand by!

Thanks for your help and wisdom.

Jim
If it's running Ubuntu... just right click, choose "create new new document" then "create empty document"... That will more or less create a text file for you.

It's really not near as "much" as it looks. I probably could have broke that down into 4-5 steps for someone that had a clear understanding of Linux.
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