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Using more on multiple outputs

Submitted by on November 19, 2005 – 11:19 pm One Comment

Here’s the correct way to page four commands so they’re all controlled by “more”:

(date; netstat -i; whodo; ps -ef) | more
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  • krow147 says:

    I want to be able to turn on and off multiple, like 5 or more, 12V (DC) motors remotely, from 20 or more feet away, by sending a single 12V (DC) power cable down, and a USB or other data cable to a microcontroller or something else to be able to turn on and off these motors.

    Can a microcontroller do this? Can it be modified to do this? Is there another way to do this?

    Specifics would be really helpful!


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