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Unix ---> Getting out

The command for ending a Unix session is exit. Another way to log out is to type <ctrl-D>. To avoid accidentally ending your Unix session with an inadvertent <ctrl-D>, type the command set ignoreeof at the beginning of each Unix session. Most lazy, or should I say efficient, people don't like doing this every time they log in. In Login files I will discuss how to get around this threat to our slothfulness.

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