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440 Linux Cheat Sheets

Linux (or GNU/Linux, to give it its full name) is one of the most widely used operating systems in the World. Yet to gain a large share of desktop usage, it does power the overwhelming majority of web servers. Our Linux cheat sheets provide help for everything from command line tasks to keyboard shortcuts.

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Zbiór przydatnych poleceń.
12 Dec 13, updated 13 May 16
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Cheat sheet with commonly used constructions in Makefiles based on GNU Make
22 Oct 14, updated 12 May 16
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Archives sous Linux
21 Oct 14, updated 13 May 16
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Performing basic tasks in CentOS
14 Jul 14, updated 12 May 16
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Joe's own editor
17 Jul 14, updated 11 May 16
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Commands for Midnight Commander (mc)
9 Nov 14, updated 12 May 16
linux, file, midnight, commander, mc and 2 more ...
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This document is intended to provide an overview of pisi usage on the command line (pisi-cli)
5 Jan 15, updated 13 May 16
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Linux Assembler Basics
13 Jan 15, updated 11 May 16
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Useful keyboard shortcuts in KDevelop
30 Jan 15, updated 13 May 16
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Tmux with `tmux-config`
11 Mar 15, updated 12 May 16
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12 Mar 15, updated 11 May 16
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Cheat sheet to help with commands
1 Apr 15, updated 12 May 16
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Everything you have to know to feel comfortable using dwm.
7 Apr 15, updated 13 May 16
linux, window, manager, dwm, dynamic and 3 more ...
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Default shortcuts for awesome window manager (http://awesome.naquadah.org). The list is copied from awesome man-page.
7 Apr 15, updated 10 May 16
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Systemd : system state, services management, troubleshooting and runlevels.
8 Apr 15, updated 12 May 16
linux, start, management, services, systemd and 7 more ...
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Un tour d'horizon des 64 signaux disponibles dans Linux.
9 Apr 15, updated 19 Oct 17
linux, signaux, sighup, sigint, sigquit and 28 more ...
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awk (du nom de ses créateurs, Alfred Aho, Peter Weinberger et Brian Kernighan) est ce qu’on appelle un « éditeur de flux ». Agissant comme une sorte de filtre programmable, il prend une série de lignes en entrée sur lesquelles il effectue un traitement dont il renvoie le résultat sur la sortie standard.
19 Apr 15, updated 12 May 16
linux, awk, nawk, gawk, alfred and 9 more ...
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AWK is an interpreted programming language created at Bell Labs in the 1970s,[2] and its name is derived from the family names of its authors – Alfred Aho, Peter Weinberger and Brian Kernighan.
23 Apr 15, updated 12 May 16
linux, filter, editor, awk, nawk and 9 more ...
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A quick reminder about grep : most common options, regular expressions, wildcards, escaping characters...
4 May 15, updated 25 Feb 20
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راهنمای دستورات لینوکس
20 Jun 15, updated 12 May 16