Command line reference
From: Hodgins Family (ehodgins_at_telusplanet.net)
To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 11:35:25 -0600
Quick, how many commands are there at the disposal of a CLI enthusiast?
Every time some newbie asks how to do this that or something else, along
comes a new command "that-was-always-there" but sort of "unknown". Now
that's security through obscurity for you! This is not a rant....I love the
number of commands in Linux and the control that they can give.
But I'd like to see, ideally in one place, ALL the Debian commands. Then
instead of asking someone on the list (bless ya, guys and girls) how I can
to XYZ via ABC given that LMN are doing a QRS, I could peruse this one place
and then toddle off to the man pages (or google or whereever) to get the
syntax and nitty-gritty.
And then if all goes fubar I could ask for help :)
Is there such a site?
FWIW, googling "Debian command line reference" gave no hits. Googling "Linux
command line reference" gave some 1160 inlcuding this one:
http://mygamecompany.com/Linux/Commandline/linuxcommandline.htm, but how
much is Debian?
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