OpenBCM V1.07b12 (Linux)

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In order to prevent that the output brims over the screen, you can set a
number of lines after which the BBS stops the output until you send <ENTER>.
You can set the pakebreak with:

A(LTER) L(INES) <lines>

If you want to switch off the pagebreak you have to set "ALTER LINES 0". When
the output is stopped, the BBS displays "+?>" at the end of the last line.
You can cause several actions at this prompt:

<ENTER>   continues the output
C         continues the output, but does not interrupt the output anymore
S         quits output
Q or B    leaves the BBS (disconnect)
anything else aborts the output.

At the command DIR, LIST, READ and CHECK you can switch off the pagebreak
with the option -C.

If the pakebreak is switched off with "ALTER LINES 0" or with C at the
pagebreak prompt, you can abort the output by typing <ENTER>. But you may
not specify another command. Currently it is better to disconnect the BBS,
because the BBS can be reconnected more quickly.

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