quick command reference

Janina Sajka janina at afb.net
Tue Dec 4 15:30:05 EST 2001

Well, as with so much on linux, it's builtin. Simply issue:

	man -k man

If this is still too much, you might want to look at the HOWTO for 
DOS/Windows users. It's a great intro intended to acquaint people 
accustomed to Microsoft terminology to the parallel linux/unix constructs.

Lastly, National Braille Press publishes a basic unix command chart in 

On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Michael Ryan wrote:

> Hello list:
> Can somebody point me to a good straight forward Linux command summary?
> either on-line or maybe you might have one
> laying around.  I would appreciate a copy.
> email: michael.ryan at nf.sympatico.ca
> Many thanks
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