Desktops, Laptops and OS
Networking and Communications
Servers and Server OS
Software and Web Development
with other members or
your contacts to the community.
+ invite connections
an existing group to participate in the group discussions or
a new group of your own to create discussions around topics of interest to you and your work.
+ create group
new info to your ITmodelbook. You can find white papers, technology reports, business analysis, webinars, presentations and more. You can also share your own authored content and resources you like by adding this info.
+ add resource
Resources you may like
Unix/Linux Command Reference
Share within ITmb
Share This Resource
Share with: Connections
Share with: Groups
On most systems you can lookup detailed information about any command by typing
. You will need to be root user in order to use some of these commands. Be extremely careful as root if you're not 100% sure about what you're doing. You can make your system unusable. Even if you have a dual boot setup you may not be able to access any of your installed operating systems. Also with this free cheat sheet you will receive daily updates on new cool websites and programs in your email for free, courtesy of MakeUseOf.
Select Subject Area
Makeuseof.com, Unix/Linux Command Reference, unix
The resource is available from the link above.
Latest reports from top IT companies:
© ITmodelbook 2012-2020.
do not sell my personal information