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B. Reference

Contents:
Commands and Their Meanings
Special Symbols

B.1 Commands and Their Meanings

cancel requestCancel an lp print request.
cat filesDisplay one or more files.
cdChange to home directory.
cd pathnameChange working directory to pathname.
cp old newCopy old file to new file.
dateDisplay current date and time.
grep "pattern" filesShow lines matching pattern in files.
kill PIDEnd process PID.
lp filesSend files to default printer.
lpqCheck requests on lpr printer queue.
lpr filesSend files to default printer.
lprm requestCancel an lpr print request.
lpstatCheck requests on lp printer queue.
lsList names of files in working directory.
mailRead your own mail.
mail userSend mail to user.
man commandDisplay manual page of command.
mkdir pathnameCreate a new directory with pathname.
more filesDisplay one screenful of each file at a time.
mv old newMove or rename old file to new file.
pg filesDisplay one screenful of each file at a time.
psList your processes and their PIDs.
pwdPrint working (current) directory name.
rm filesRemove files.
rmdir pathnameRemove empty directory with pathname.
sort filesSort lines of files.
whoList users currently on system.
who am iDisplay listing for this session.


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