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I need to mimic the following dos2unix command in AIX - are there params that will keep these properties?

dos2unix -850 -k -q
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Hi,

there is a dos2unix rpm package for AIX available here:

http://www.perzl.org/aix/index.php?n=Main.Dos2unix

It accepts exacly the same flags and parameters as the Linux utility does.

Just download the package from the above site and install it with "rpm -i package_name".
There are no dependencies.

After installing you will find

/usr/bin/dos2unix
/usr/bin/mac2unix
/usr/bin/unix2dos
/usr/bin/unix2mac

on your system. Get usage info with the "--help" option.

wmp

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