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Re: kernel version 2.2.16-22



1.) You can get out of TCL with Ctrl-D. This is a common unix/linux exit
command, and will exit a shell session as well.

2.) You can usually tell whether or not you're at a shell prompt by
pressing back-space. If it beeps, you're at the prompt.


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