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Index: K

k command (ex) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 9, Reference: k
Kamens, Jonathan I. : UNIX Power Tools, 13.8. Using {list} to Group Bourne Shell Commands
kernel
UNIX Power Tools, 1.2. Who Listens to What You Type?
UNIX Power Tools, 1.14. The Kernel and Daemons
passing arguments to : UNIX Power Tools, 45.5. A File That Shows Itself... and What #! Does
running scripts from
UNIX Power Tools, 45.2. The Story of : # #!
UNIX Power Tools, 45.3. Don't Need a Shell for Your Script? Don't Use One
UNIX Power Tools, 45.5. A File That Shows Itself... and What #! Does
starting processes : UNIX Power Tools, 45.20. Overview: Open Files and File Descriptors
time spent executing code : UNIX Power Tools, 39.5. Why Is the System So Slow?
key definitions : UNIX Power Tools, 25.4. The "less" Pager: More than "more"
keyboard response : UNIX Power Tools, 39.5. Why Is the System So Slow?
keyboard shortcuts : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 2.5.4. The Window Menu
abbreviations in Emacs : UNIX Power Tools, 32.11. Using Word Abbreviation Mode
Emacs command completion : UNIX Power Tools, 32.6. Command Completion
vi abbreviations : UNIX Power Tools, 30.31. vi Word Abbreviation
vi map commands
UNIX Power Tools, 31.2. Save Time and Typing with the vi map Commands
UNIX Power Tools, 31.6. Protecting Keys from Interpretation by ex
keylogin command
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: keylogin
(see also chkey command; keylogout command)
keylogout command
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: keylogout
(see also chkey command; keylogin command)
keymapping : UNIX Power Tools, 31.1. Why Type More Than You Have To?
keymaps (se vi editor, map commands) : UNIX Power Tools, 31.6. Protecting Keys from Interpretation by ex
keywords
order of precedence in command lookup
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.1.1. Functions
Learning the Korn Shell, 7.3. Command-line Processing
RCS : UNIX in a Nutshell, 18.3.1. Keyword Substitution
SCCS : UNIX in a Nutshell, 17.3. Identification Keywords
kill command
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.2. Job Control
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4. trap
Learning the Korn Shell, A.1. The Bourne Shell
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 6.3.1. kill
UNIX Power Tools, 12.2. Other Ways to Refer to Jobs
UNIX Power Tools, 38.8. What Are Signals?
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.2.3. Stupid Parsing Bugs
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: kill
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 4, Reference: kill
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: kill
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: kill
-l (list signals) : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3. Signals
aborting programs : UNIX Power Tools, 42.2.5. Aborting Programs
arguments to : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
default signal sent : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
destroying : UNIX Power Tools, 38.10. Destroying Processes with kill
interrupting : UNIX Power Tools, 45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
killing runaway processes : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.3.1. System V
process ID-1 and : UNIX Power Tools, 38.12. Killing All Your Processes
prompt settings and : UNIX Power Tools, 7.12. External Commands Send Signals to Set Variables
restarting daemons : UNIX Power Tools, 38.11. Printer Queue Watcher: A Restartable Daemon Shell Script
-STOP $$ : UNIX Power Tools, 38.4. Subshells
used with process IDs : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.3.1. System V
kill key : UNIX Power Tools, 5.9. Setting Your Erase, Kill, and Interrupt Characters
KILL signal
UNIX Power Tools, 38.8. What Are Signals?
UNIX Power Tools, 38.10. Destroying Processes with kill
killing
foreground jobs : UNIX Power Tools, 38.9. Killing Foreground Jobs
processes : UNIX Power Tools, 38.3. Managing Processes: Overall Concepts
Korn, David
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.3.1. The Korn Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
ksh (Korn shell)
UNIX Power Tools, 1.8. There Are Many Shells
sed & awk, DOS Versions
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4. The Bourne Shell and Korn Shell
{ } filename wildcards, adding : UNIX Power Tools, 15.3. Adding { } Operators to Korn (and Bourne) Shells
aliases
UNIX Power Tools, 10.2. Aliases for Common Commands
UNIX Power Tools, 10.4. Aliases in ksh and bash
arithmetic expressions : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.4. Arithmetic Expressions
array support : UNIX Power Tools, 45.34. Arrays in the Bourne Shell
built-in commands, list of : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.6. Built-in Commands (Bourne and Korn Shell)
C shell compared to : UNIX Power Tools, 47.1. Why Not?
command history : (see history of command)
command-line arguments in scripts : UNIX Power Tools, 44.15. Handling Command-Line Arguments in Shell Scripts
compared to sh and csh : UNIX in a Nutshell, 3.5. Differing Features
coprocesses : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.2.6. Coprocesses
emacs mode line editing commands : UNIX Power Tools, 11.13. Shell Command-Line Editing
ENV variable : UNIX Power Tools, 6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
environment variables : UNIX Power Tools, 6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
fc command : UNIX Power Tools, 11.14.2. In ksh and bash: fc
history file : UNIX Power Tools, 11.11.1. bash and ksh
ignoreeof variable : UNIX Power Tools, 3.5. Stop Accidental C Shell Logouts
invoking shell : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.8. Invoking the Shell
job control : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.7. Job Control
logging out of : UNIX Power Tools, 3.2. Running Commands at Bourne/Korn Shell Logout
passing command history to : UNIX Power Tools, 11.12. Pass History to Another Shell
.profile file : UNIX Power Tools, 2.2.3. Korn Shell
prompt setting : UNIX Power Tools, 7.4. Faster Prompt Setting with Built-Ins
reading arguments : UNIX Power Tools, 8.13. Is It "2>&1 file" or "> file 2>&1"? Why?
setting restrictions on
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: rksh
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.9. Restricted Shells
speeding up : UNIX Power Tools, 2.11. Faster ksh and bash Startup with $- Test
string editing in : UNIX Power Tools, 9.7. String Editing in ksh and bash
string editing operators : UNIX Power Tools, 45.12. Parameter Substitution
variables : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.3. Variables
working directory : UNIX Power Tools, 14.6. The Shells' pushd and popd Commands
kshdb
Learning the Korn Shell, 9. Debugging Shell Programs
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2. A Korn Shell Debugger
commands : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.1. Commands
*bc (set break condition) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.4. Break conditions
*bp (set breakpoint) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
*bp (without arguments; list breakpoints) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
*cb (clear breakpoints) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
*g (go) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.1. Commands
*q (quit) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.2. Stepping
*s (step) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.2. Stepping
*x (execution tracing) : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.5. Execution tracing
enhancing : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.5. Exercises
limitations : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.6. Limitations
sample session : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.4. Sample kshdb Session
source code
debugging functions : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.5. Exercises
driver script : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.1.1. The driver script
online availability : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2. A Korn Shell Debugger
preamble : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.2. The Preamble
structure : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.1. Structure of the Debugger
.kshrc : Learning the Korn Shell, 3.5.2. The Environment File


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