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What is the equivalent of Solaris's cu command in Linux?

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It's called cu

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in linux there is no manual page for cu command ..(cu coomand is not there in linux) – Anonymous Aug 19 '10 at 11:49
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That link is to a Linux manual page for cu. You don't see it because you haven't installed the package yet, but Debian and Ubuntu both have cu packages. – Paul Tomblin Aug 19 '10 at 12:19

cu is part of the UUCP suite. So look for for a package named uucp, tuucp or taylor-uucp if cu is not available as a seperate package for your distribution.

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