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4.2. rmdir
5. ls
6. finger
7. who
8. cal
1.1 The ? wildcard
1.2 The * wildcard
1.3 Matching a range of characters with [ ]
1.4 Matching a string of characters with { }
2.1 Standard File Descriptors
2.2 Basic File Redirection
2.3 Advanced File Redirection
1.1 Relative Pathnames
1.2 Absolute Pathnames
1.1 Concepts
1.2 using a Pipe
1.3 using filter
1.3.1 head
1.3.2 tail
1.3.3 more
1.3.4 less
1.3.5 wc
1.3.6 sort
1.3.7 tr
1.3.8 cut
1.3.9 paste
1.3.10 uniq
1.1 Starting vi
1.2 vi's Modes
2.1 Entering Text
2.2 Cursor Movement
2.2.1 Moving One Character at a Time
2.2.2 Moving among Words and Lines
2.3 Command Keys and Case
2.4 Shortcuts
2.5 Screen Movement
2.6 Moving by Searching
6.1 Inserting Text
6.2 Inserting a Blank Line
6.3 Appending Text
6.4 Joining Lines
6.5 Undoing
7.1 Quitting and Saving a File
7.2 Quitting without Saving Edits
8.1 Other Options
9.1 Cut/Paste Commands
9.2 Extensions to the Above Commands:
9.3 Cursor Relocation commands:
9.4 Extensions to the Above:
9.5 Entering the Insert Mode:
9.6 Exiting and Entering VI
9.7 Fancy Stuff:
1.1 Using -exec option with find
2.1 Mail Headers
2.2 Mailboxes
2.3 Sending Mail to People at Other Host Machines or Sites
2.1 Functions
2.1 Printing with p
2.2 Deleting with D
2.3 Substituting with S
1.1 Removing links
1.2 Symbolic links
1.3 Removing symbolic links
2.1 Determining Information about Current Processes
2.2 Foreground/Background Processes
2.3 Terminating a Process
2.4 Processes and Jobs
2.4.1 Running background processes
2.4.2 Backgrounding a current foreground process
3.1 ps (process status)
1.1 Creating a script
1.2 Comments
1.3 Variables
1.4. Exporting Variables
1.5. Positional (Parameter) Variables
1.6 Quoting
4.1. if Statements
4.2. The test or [ ] Command
4.2.1 File Tests
4.2.2 String Tests
4.2.3 Numeric Tests
4.2.4 Combining Operators
4.3. case Statements
4.4. while Statements
4.5 until loop
4.6 for Statement
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Basic Unix Handout

Basic Unix Handout

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Published by: Param Gill on Sep 07, 2011
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