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[SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [J] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [Q] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [Y] [Z]

cal utility 2nd
calculator utility
calendars 2nd
caret (^)
     Ctrl in pico
     function as regular expression
cat command
     displaying files with
     flags
     listing shells available with
cd command
     changing directories with
     flags
changing
     directories
     passwords
     shells
characters [See also Symbols section of index.]
     restrictions for directories and filenames
     telnet Escape
     using as delimiter
checking new passwords
chgrp command 2nd
chmod command 2nd
choosing editors
chown command 2nd
chsh command 2nd
cleaning up HTML documents
clients
     choosing mail
     defined
cmp command 2nd 3rd
combining commands
command argument completion
     bash shell and
     ksh shell and
     zsh shell and
command mode in vi
command-line arguments in scripts
commands [See also flags; utilities; and specific commands.]
     about flags
     alias 2nd
     at 2nd
     awk 2nd 3rd
     bash
     basic Unix
     bg 2nd
     bzip
     cat 2nd 3rd
     cd 2nd
     chgrp 2nd
     chmod 2nd
     chown 2nd
     chsh 2nd
     cmp 2nd 3rd
     combining
     command argument completion 2nd 3rd
     compress 2nd
     configuring Unix
     cp 2nd 3rd
     cron
     crontab 2nd
     date
     df 2nd
     diff 2nd 3rd
     dig 2nd
     dircmp
     du 2nd
     echo
     echo$SHELL
     emacs
     email
     embedding in scripts
     encoding and compressing files
     fg 2nd
     file 2nd
     find 2nd
     finger 2nd 3rd
     fmt 2nd
     ftp 2nd
     get
     getting system information with
     groups
     gunzip 2nd 3rd
     gzip 2nd
     head 2nd
     history 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     id 2nd 3rd
     Internet
     kill 2nd
     links
     ln 2nd
     locate 2nd
     make clean
     make install
     man 2nd 3rd
     manipulating files
     mkdir 2nd
     more 2nd
     nice 2nd
     nslookup 2nd
     ntpdate
     passwd 2nd
     ping 2nd
     pipe
     pr 2nd
     procmail 2nd
     ps 2nd
     put
     pwd 2nd
     reget
     renice 2nd
     rm 2nd 3rd 4th
     rmdir 2nd
     runique
     running
         scripts and programs
     sdiff
     sed 2nd 3rd 4th
     shell
     sort 2nd 3rd
     split 2nd
     ssh 2nd 3rd 4th
     stty
     su 2nd
     su - yourid
     summary table of flags and
     tac
     tail 2nd
     talk 2nd
     tar 2nd 3rd 4th
     tee 2nd
     telnet 2nd 3rd
     time 2nd 3rd
     touch 2nd
     tr 2nd
     traceroute 2nd 3rd
     umask 2nd
     uname 2nd
     uncompress 2nd
     uniq 2nd
     untar
     unzip 2nd
     used for creating and editing files
     using directories and files
     utility
     uudecode 2nd 3rd
     uuencode 2nd
     vacation 2nd 3rd
     vi editing
     w 2nd
     wall
     wc 2nd
     wget 2nd
     who 2nd
     whoami
     write 2nd
     writing scripts
     ydecode 2nd
     yencode 2nd 3rd
     zip 2nd 3rd
comments (#)
comparing
     directories
     files 2nd
     job times
compiled software programs
compiling and installing software
composing and sending email
     configuring procmail
     vacation messages
     with mail
     with mutt
     with pine
compress command 2nd
compressing files
     about
     table of commands and flags for
conditional statements
configuration files [See also editing configuration files.]
     finding with grep 2nd 3rd
     running order of 2nd
     sourcing
configuring [See also editing configuration files; prompts.]
     bash
         changing paths
         changing prompts
         viewing configuration
     commands and flags for
     compatible software
     csh
         changing paths
         changing prompts
         viewing configuration
     environment variables
         about
         adding or changing
         to leave unchanged
     ksh
         changing paths
         changing prompts
         viewing configuration
     mutt
     pine 2nd
     setting up
         aliases
         procmail
         prompt on separate line
     showing current environment
     zsh
         changing paths
         changing prompts
         viewing configuration
connections [See also SSH (SecureSHell) connections.]
     login information for
     pinging Internet
     tracing
     troubleshooting ftp
converting measurements
copying directories and files
counting files and contents
cp command
     copying directories and files with
     flags
     making backups with
CPU information
cron command
crontab command 2nd
csh shell
     adding or changing environment variables
     advantages of
     defined
     redirecting stdout and stderr in
     setting aliases for users
     showing current environment in
     viewing configuration files for
     viewing session history
.cshrc file 2nd
cutting and pasting text in pico
Cygwin




Unix(c) Visual Quickstart Guide
UNIX, Third Edition
ISBN: 0321442458
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 251

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