Unix Tip #4512- July 19, 2014


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TERMINAL RESET


To reset your terminal after
accidently opening a binary
file you can use the
following command:

# tput sgr0

This is supported on Solaris.
I haven't verified on other
SVR4 flavors.


This tip generously supported by: chris.penland@sbs.siemens.com

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