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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    I justy found onother one. This one is REally GrEaT!!
    http://blog.lxpages.com/linux_network.html

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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    Most used.

    $find /home -name "blah"

    $df -h

    $ps -e

    $killall <blah>

    $sudo apt-get update

    $sudo apt-get install blah

    $sudo mount -a

    $ping google.com

    $tar -xvzf blah

    $tar -xvjf blah

    $unrar e blah

    $fortune -o

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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    Quote Originally Posted by LaRoza View Post
    Programs I wrote for my own use. One alters an X setting, which I don't use anymore and the other runs a clock I wrote.
    Awesome, Thanks


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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    here's one for firefox. http://lesliefranke.com/files/refere...efoxcheatsheet

    no that link is totally whacked out. here it is:
    http://lesliefranke.com/files/refere...heatsheet.html
    Last edited by adamogardner; October 18th, 2008 at 02:34 AM.

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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    Quote Originally Posted by billgoldberg View Post
    Interesting.

    I might start doing this when intrepid comes out.
    Do it now, then just copy your ~/.bashrc or ~/.bashrc_aliases when the time comes.
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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    Some of the ones I use:

    cd
    cp
    less
    locate
    ls -al
    lshw
    lsof (this is a new one for me)
    lspci
    mv
    sudo (sometimes gksu)
    sudo halt (on server)
    man (couldn't live without this one)
    ping
    ps -ax
    rm
    smbtree
    touch
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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    I made this for certain obvious reasons.
    Code:
    maxtothemax@maxtothemax-laptop:~$ cat /usr/bin/dos
    #! /bin/bash
    /home/maxtothemax/.wine/drive_c/windows/system32/cmd.exe
    maxtothemax@maxtothemax-laptop:~$

    But as far as a cheat sheet for bash goes, you can't beat this:
    Code:
    man bash
    Yes, that's right, read the dang manual.
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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    *, it is by far the most useful thing when using the CLI.
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    Re: Share your commandline cheat sheets

    man bash is pretty tight.
    try this: http://blog.transmit.net/2008/10/my-...ix-tricks.html
    Last edited by adamogardner; October 17th, 2008 at 01:04 AM.

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