Linux, a cat & dog story

May 16, 2012
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We’ve all enjoyed the awesomeness of the ‘cat’ command. We’ve surely had good time catting files. Well… Now, you can start dogging files. Yep! You do have a ‘dog’ command. It’s not available on the repos; just download it from > and then:

dpkg -i dog_1.7-8_i386.deb

Now you can dog files just the same way you used to cat them… Wait… You get additional options, like displaying all in upper/lowercase, converting file endings (dos/unix/mac) etc. See the list of options here >

You could also compile it from source.

Happy dogging buddies!

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