Re: Command line reference
Any unix, linux book will give you a good hint on posibilities.
If you need a comprehensive list of manuals, man pages is the closest one, i think
If you know what do you want to do, and think is programable, then I think your best bet is google for it, or ask on list.
There's a huge, in the thousands, of comand line programs on any linux
installation, and most people dont know how to use them all, if any, so
it's better to know a command when you need it, than diving in the man
pages with the hope of learning how to work CLI.
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