*nix command cheat sheet

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  1. MP

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    I'm a newbie when it comes to linux and it's carious distributions. I was wondering if someone had a link or web page to reference me to that went over the basic commands there are for linux. I don't know why but I'm having a hard time remembering some of the basic ones (su, ifconfig, etc etc). I'ts probably because i don't use my redhat box very often. Anyways instead of me having to look around and read through 90% of a document before I find what i'm looking for i'de like a sort of "cheat sheet" that i could go to. I used to run freeBSD 4.5 but now I run redhat 8.0 just for a change.

    thanks :wavey:
     
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    exactly what I was looking for.

    thank you sir
     
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    *cough*google*cough*
     
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    xman is your friend.

    -crontab -l
     
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    xman doesn't help if you don't know the command ;)
     
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