printing the screen contents to printer

printing the screen contents to printer

Post by Sunki » Sun, 21 Feb 1999 04:00:00

i was wondering how i would go about printing the contents of a screen
to a printer....i have several attached printer (via tcp/ip) that are
funtional....the terminal that i am using is a 3174.....

1. printing/copying console screen content to file

This is probably a silly question but I can't remember the proper
command to do this.  How do I print (or copy or write, whatever the
correct terminology is) the content of a console screen to a text file?
I know it is something like "[command] > foo.txt" but I can't remember
what the initial command is.  For example, if I want to write the output
from the command netstat -rn to a file so that I can copy & paste it to
an e-mail message or newgroup posting, etc., how do I do that?

Thanks for any help.


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