Re: Commands Manual
It sounds like you need an introductory Unix book.
"The Debian Linux User's Guide" by Dale Scheetz may be downloaded
from http://www.linuxpress.com/, or may be ordered in hard copy from
the same address. Although heavily oriented towards Debian
installation, there is a summary of the important Unix commands in
Appendix 1, and a brief overview of a couple of text editors in
"Linux Installation and Getting Started Guide" by Matt Welsh
gives a good introduction to Linux. It can be downloaded from
sunsite.unc.edu, or one of its mirrors, in the directory
For more advanced information check out the O'Reilly books at
There is a wealth of valuable information already installed on
your system. Detailed information on specific commands may be found
in the man page for that command (type man <command>). For more
readable information on specific tasks or commands, check out the
HOW-TOs and READMEs in /usr/doc.
On Sun, 23 Nov 1997 08:37:57 -0600, Kid <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just got finished installing Debian Linux on my system. Well after
> all of that work I have no idea what to do next. Is there a list of
> commands and or sysntax available.
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