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comment Did `man ls > temp.txt`. Output textfile is corrupted
The manpage for man says that -t formats with groff -Tps ... and from running strings on /usr/bin/man, that appears to be hardcoded. And since -Tps overrides GROFF_TYPESETTER, your solution might be the most viable. Though you are missing a step in your pipeline. You want tbl then groff. Try man -d ls to see the pipeline it uses.
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answered Did `man ls > temp.txt`. Output textfile is corrupted
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comment Why does iTunes only play one song?
I don't have little cloud icons to the right like you do. Perhaps iTunes lost access to the filesystem where your library was, and is offering to download prior purchases, and it is for that reason it doesn't play/download them all in sequence?
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answered How can I access files on my network from my iPhone?
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comment Mac OS X 10.8.5 upgrading issue
That is supposed to work, there isn't a limit on the number of systems. (support.apple.com/kb/HT4854) Try installing something else from the Mac App store. Perhaps you have a network issue or constraint. For example, on some corporate networks you'll run into issues with blocked ports.
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answered How do I open TCP ports 7080 and 7090 for use with Merlin?
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comment Limiting different users on a single machine to different connectivity
Ah, you didn't need these two network states to be simultaneous. That wasn't clear in your question. I assumed you wanted different behavior simultaneously, though my assumption depended on remote/non-console users, which might be an uncommon case.
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comment Limiting different users on a single machine to different connectivity
Network routing is at the OS level, and doesn't allow for differentiating users. What you could do is force all users to proxy through a gateway that controls access based on user authentication. But doing that would depend either on defining a network proxy in the application you're using, or to route all traffic through such a gateway. (for apps that don't have provisions for proxying)
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comment Lubuntu PowerPC no apt repositories
While technically on-topic, I think you'll find far more experience and help on unix.stackexchange.com
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