Unix Commands: A Quick Guide -v 1.4

© ECE Computer Support 2002 
This is a quick guide of UNIX commands available on most UNIX systems. Depending on the configuration, some of the commands may be unavailable on your system. All commands work on Sun Solaris operating system version 2.5.1 (also known as SunOS 5.5.1) available on the the Sun workstations in the EECS Department's Instructional Computing Laboratory (ICL). 

Table of Contents

  • Directory and File Commands
  • Print Commands
  • Process Control
  • Mail Programs
  • Text Editors
  • File Transfer
  • Compiler
  • Window Manager
  • X window programs
  • File Compression
  • Floppy Drive Commands
  • Miscellaneous Commands 
  • Directory and File Commands

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    Print Commands

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    Process Control

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    Mail Programs

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    Text Editors

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    File Transfer

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    Compilers

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    Window Manager

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    X window programs

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    File Compression

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    Floppy Drive Commands

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    Miscellaneous Commands

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    Disclaimer:
    This reference guide is provided to get quick help on UNIX commands. This reference guide does not describe all UNIX commands in details, but describes commands that are useful from a user's point of view. All the commands described here can be found in more explained details in the UNIX books & on the Internet. The author is not liable for damage in connection with, or arising out of the furnishing, performance, or the use of these commands or the associated descriptions.

    ECE Computer Support
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
    University of Illinois at Chicago
    ©Copyright Feb. 2002