Linux to Windows text file Utillity

  machow 12:23 18 Jun 04


I have coded a website on a linux operating system, using PHP and mysql.For some reason i cannot get my printer to work with Linux, so i need to copy the code onto a disc and open in Windows, as i need to hand in all my code for an assignment.

Does anyone know of any good utilities that can convert a text file saved in linux into a readable text file in windows?

Thanks in advance


  Chegs ® 12:53 18 Jun 04

OpenOffice? (included in most linux distros)was what I used to transfer a text file from Linux and it opened with OfficeXP.Can you not just right-click the file and use Notepad to open it?

  machow 19:43 21 Jun 04

No i have tried that. It just kicks the text out in a long line across the page. Something to do with Linux using different new line code....?????

But thanks i will try out what you have said.

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