Re: From where
I just tried that /, and while it works, talk about obscure linux trivia (some terminal emulators have issues scrolling back or seeing a lot of a page at a time as well) - speaking of the problem I was trying to solve.
Try typing in /search or just // It's entertaining, I'll give you that. Seriously, nice way to respond to "thanks".
Some of us have things to do other than read man pages for decades on end. If man needs a man page (I know, it has one), then....people who think that's cool are why not many of us have linux on the desktop or as our daily driver (I only account for 15 or so machines running it. Since around y2k plus a couple).
PDF cleans its clock. Downvote away...
I'm wondering why whoever downvoted my first comment did it. Are there really a bunch of common uses for wget with a password? If so, how many hardcode that password in some script so are security bugs themselves? All of them? Who types a command line that long? I've been at this quite some time (see my site) - and I don't, and I LIKE CLI stuff.
Does anyone use the ssl key stuff instead? If not, why not? I didn't mean to start a flame war, but holy cow, what a bunch of flak from a simple question of "why TF do that anyway?".