Stopping On-line v5.x from a command line

Stopping On-line v5.x from a command line

Post by Matt Silvei » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



Hi all,

Well, I remember how to start on-line v.5x but I don't remember how to
shut it down gracefully without a prompt from tbmode.  I would like to put
this in a "K" script under my Solaris 2.4 box, could someone please post the means
to do it.

I tried the following:

tbmode -k

and

tbmode -k << Y [EOF]

Both don't work the way I expected them to...

;-(

Yours,

Matt Silveira

 
 
 

Stopping On-line v5.x from a command line

Post by Mark D Stoc » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



> Hi all,

> Well, I remember how to start on-line v.5x but I don't remember how to
> shut it down gracefully without a prompt from tbmode.  I would like to put
> this in a "K" script under my Solaris 2.4 box, could someone please post the means
> to do it.

> I tried the following:
> tbmode -k

tbmode -ky does the trick!

Cheers,
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