OK, Its all figured out now..

I didnt catch Kris's unix2dos.. I thought it was dos2unix.  Then I found
the port unix2dos, which builds BOTH a dos2unix, and a unix2dos.  I prefer
full explainations like that.. :)

Thanks to all that replied.

C.

On Sat, 28 Dec 2002, paul beard wrote:

>
> On Saturday, Dec 28, 2002, at 10:54PM, Chris P <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> >
> >Hello,
> >  Anyone know of any similar commands that will strip out the DOS
> >control-M's that show up in files?  dos2unix in solaris... rmcr in SCO..
> >how about FreeBSD?
> >
>
> [/usr/ports]:: make search key=unix2dos | egrep '(Port|Info)'
> Port:   unix2dos-1.3
> Info:   Translate ASCII files from DOS (cr/lf) to UNIX (lf)
>
> calling it unix2dos is non-intuitive, perhaps . . .
>
>
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