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Idiotic question of the day
On Ubuntu 12.04 server console, I've run an
apt-get update followed by an
Everything was going swimmingly; when it got to MySQL, it warned me it was about to overwrite the
my.conf file which I had changed.
One of the options offered was to show the differences between the two files. All well and good and now I remember why I changed it and will do the same again to the new one.
But I can't figure out how to
exit the display of the differences and carry on. I believe I've tried every possible key combination, and only succeeded in suspending the
apt-get job. When I fg, it comes back and pressing return redisplays the annoing end tag of the difference display:
Please help while I still have some hair left