RTPR(8)                    System Manager's Manual                   RTPR(8)

NAME         top

       rtpr - replace backslashes with newlines.

DESCRIPTION         top

       rtpr is a trivial bash script which converts backslashes in standard
       input to newlines. It's sole purpose is to be fed with input from ip
       when executed with it's --oneline flag.

EXAMPLES         top

       ip --oneline address show | rtpr
              Undo oneline converted ip-address output.

SEE ALSO         top


AUTHORS         top

       Stephen Hemminger <>

COLOPHON         top

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                             18 September, 2015                      RTPR(8)