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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Can you please give me a list of commands executed through 'sudo' command, thank you. (1 Reply)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
how to know the list of all commands supported by unix.
how to know the list of functions supported by unix. (4 Replies)
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Can you tell me list of internal commands which are easy to implements...???
Means sir I am a beginner in unix shell programming. So, I just wanted to know that which internal commands are easy to implements in C language.
thanks.... (1 Reply)
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hi all scripting gurus,
need some guide and advise from you.
i'm trying to list all the files in the year 2004 and the file format is something like this: 11176MZ00004JV900004JVB00004JVCcDBU20041206.txt try to use the symbol ^ but somehow it does not help.
i try this as well: ls -ltr |... (12 Replies)
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
There is a command by which you can maintain a list of commands previously typed.
By this you dont have to type in the same command again and can use the up-down arrows to scroll through the list. Which is this command, i am not able to recall. (8 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I would like to have a list of commands in a table, see below example
all above i need comparison list of commands ASAP please..........
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7. UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers
Can anyone help, where i can find list of UNIX commands just for regulat day ro day operations
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I am a new Administrator of Solaris in the company , I need a list of the commands pls ...
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I was just wondering if anyone knew of a site that covered all or many of FreeBSD's built in commands. I would also like to know what FreeBSD automatically logs, and where it logs it. Thanks! (1 Reply)
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