Bash-Pause is a program made for the Linux bash that pauses the process until <enter> is pressed. This is useful and is required for all Linux programs that I write. The program neets to be installed to ROOTPATH/bin. It is a simple install. The source files are located in a separate compressed file from the executable. This executable should run on any Linux distro. It is a kernel program so you will need to open a terminal to use it. For instance, you will type
and then the output will be
Please press enter to continue...
If it doesn't work then you can compile it from the source. You will need to use g++ since it is a C++ program. To compile, I used:
(localhost@localdomain:~)# g++ pause.cpp -o pause
It is simple and should be straight forward. The program mimics the pause command in DOS. I found it useful for my extensive programs.