Commandline 101: Basic Directory Commands

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

Basic directory commands,and what to do when you are not sure which command to use.

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Another ogg

waparmley's picture

Another downloadable ogg, yea!

Always looking to learn more about the cl.

Unless I'm mistaken

Shawn Powers's picture

I think "apropos" and "man -k" are the same thing -- so we're on the same track. :)

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

Yeah, and trying to remember

waparmley's picture

Yeah, and trying to remember how to spell "apropos" can be kinda tough.

Oh, wait, hit the Tab key. ;-)

Still, I like man -k better, too.

too many commands

Roland's picture

There are too many commands for any human to keep track of.
That's why my favorite command is 'apropos'. Check it out.

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