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1.3 What's in the Quick Ref

This guide presents the major features of generic SVR4, plus a few extras from the compatibility packages and from Solaris 2.0. In addition, this guide presents sections on emacs and RCS. Although they are not part of the standard SVR4 distribution, they are found on many UNIX systems because they are useful add-ons.

But keep in mind: if your system doesn't include all the component packages, there will be commands in this quick ref that you won't be able to find on your system.

The summary of UNIX commands in Section 2 makes up a large part of this book. Only user/programmer commands are included; administrative commands are ignored. Section 2 describes the following set:

SVR3 users should note that many commands listed in Section 2 are not in SVR3. These include:

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atrmfmtkeylogoutnawkscriptuuencode
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compressgencatlprprintenvtalkwhatis
ctagsgettxtlprmprintftrusswhich
dbxgproflprofptxtsetwhoami
downloadheadlptestreloginuncompresswhois
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