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Unformatted text preview: _______________________________________________________________________________ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _ _ _ _ ((___)) ((___)) [ x x ] cDc communications, inc. [ x x ] \ / presents... \ / (` ') (` ') (U) (U) Gibe's UNIX COMMAND Bible ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The latest file from the Cow's Information Series, Franken's UNIX Command Bible is suitable for the UNIX dilettante, as well as for the hardcore hack. Provides easy reference for those hard-to-remember commands. Attractive print-out fits well in any decor. Edited by High Priest and Scribe, F. Gibe "Smash the State! Have a Nice Day!" ........ 1987 _______________________________________________________________________________ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Command Description ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ awk Search for a pattern within a file. Includes a built-in programming language. bdiff Compares two large files. bfs Scans a large file. cal Displays a calendar. cat Concatenates and prints files. cc C compiler. cd Change directory. chgrp Changes a file's group ownership. chmod Changes a file's access permissions. chown Changes the individual ownership of a file. cmp Compares two files; diplays the location (line and byte) of the 1st difference between these. comm Compares two files so as to determine which lines are common to both. cp Copies a file to another location. cu Calls another UNIX system. date Returns the date and time. df Displays free space in the file system. diff Displays the differences between two files or directories. diff3 Displays the differences between three files or directories. du Reports on file system usage. echo Displays its argument. ed Text editor. ex Text editor. expr Evaluates its argument which is generally a mathematical formula. f77 FORTRAN compiler. find Locates the files w/ specified characteristics. format Initializes a floppy disk. grep Searches for a pattern within a file. (see awk) help Salvation. kill Ends a process. ln Used to link files. lpr Copies the file to the line printer. ls Displays info. about one or more files. mail Used to receive or deliver e-mail. mkdir Creates a new directory. more Displays a long file so that the user can scroll through it. mv Used to move or rename files. nroff Used to format text. ps Display a process's status. pwd Display the name of the working directory. rm Removes one or more files. rmdir Deletes one or more directories. sleep Causes a process to become inactive for a specified length of time. sort Sort and merge one or more files. spell Finds spelling errors in a file. split Divides a file. stty Display or set terminal parameters. tail Displays the end of a file....
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