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Re: reset on FC2



On Thu, Oct 21, 2004 at 09:13:41AM -0500, Michael Sullivan wrote:
> I recently upgraded from FC1 to FC2 (again - the first time my machine
> didn't have enough RAM, so I doubled it and it seems to work fine now.) 
> I'm a developer, and I use the command line a lot.  My programs
> frequently have a great deal of syntax errors in them, which usually
> scroll past the top of the screen.  In FC1 I always used "reset" to
> clear the screen and the buffer so that after each compile I wouldn't
> have to worry about seeing errors from a previous compile and confusing
> them with errors from the current compile.  In FC2 I type "reset" and it
> doesn't clear the screen buffer - it doesn't even clear the screen.  I
> ran "yum update" last night, so my system should be fully updated.  Is
> there a way to fix this problem with reset?  Can anyone tell me what
> package its in, or at least where the executable file is so I can copy
> my FC1 reset over it?  I ran "locate reset | more" (using less erases
> the screen after you exit out), but the only "reset" I found was in
> /usr/bin and that was a soft link to "tset" which didn't seem to do
> anything when I ran it.  Please help!!!
> -Michael Sullivan-
> 
How about the clear command.
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