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    got it sorted. Did exactly as you said found the old line and pasted new line over it. Now working a treat.
    Have to say its quite daunting reading about using filezilla, Dcc, Vucc etc but when actually using the program its pretty straight forward.
     
     

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    Just for your info...

    It's better using wordpad than notepad for view/edit the cccam.cfg or other files of this type.
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    ... also do'nt forget the linux vs the windows format files ( cr/lf ) issue

    if so, you can convert them with the command:

    dos2unix file.cfg
     
     

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    The best Editor for .cfg files is Notepad++ its is free and corrects all the text and performs word mapping better than both notepad and wordpad combined.

    Just download Notepad++ install and then associate the program with your .cfg files as the default editor.

    Another tip and as mentioned above VUCC or its other incantations are better than DCC due to the fact you can edit files on your box through FTP instead of having to download them first like you do with DCC.

    Also if your going to use Softcam keys with your system then do not have a Blank CCcam.cfg with just your line inside, a correctly configured .cfg file will read softcam keys for you a blank one will not.

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    when working with unix/linux, it is a good thing to know, at least, just a little of vi,

    so here is the :

    *** abolut shortest vim user guide ***


    - to open a file
    vi /var/tmp/prova.txt

    0. vi has 2 mode: command mode (for command), and insert mode (for text insertion)
    when starting vi, your are in the command mode of the editor vi

    - to switch into command mode
    <esc>

    - to switch into insert mode
    i

    and then you can insert text


    - to switch back into command mode
    <esc>


    A.
    - to copy the current line
    yy

    - to delete the current line
    dd

    - to paste the buffer
    p


    B.
    - to copy the 3 lines from the current line
    3yy

    - to delete the 3 lines form the current line
    3dd

    - to paste 3 time the current buffer
    3p


    C.
    - to delete the current character
    x

    - to paste the buffer
    p


    D.
    - to delete the 3 characters form the current position
    3x

    - to paste 3 time the current buffer
    3p


    E.
    - to write the file
    <esc>:w

    - to write the file to /var/tmp/a.txt
    <esc>:w /var/tmp/a.txt

    - to quit
    <esc>:q

    - to write and to quit
    <esc>:wq

    - to quit without write the present modified file
    <esc>:q!


    enjoy !

    :)
     
     

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    That should work but you want the valve on the front line, not the rear. You bias out front so you can initiate slides and such with the back brakes. They need to be full power all the time.
     
     

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