View common Unix commands.
Unix commands can be issued at the command prompt. Common commands include:
|Backs up to erase one character.
|Mapped as a backspace key, displaying ^H.
|Erases the command line.
|Erases the last word on the command line.
|Stops flow of output on the display.
|Resumes the flow of output stopped by Ctrl-s.
|Interrupts a command or process and returns to the command line.
|Suspends a command or process in progress.
|Generates an end-of-file character.
|Ends your Unix session.
|Displays information about processes.
|Displays or changes environment settings.
|Sets shell variables.
|Defines command abbreviations.
|Displays recent commands.
|Concatenates and displays files.
|Allows you to browse through files one screen at a time.
|Another, more versatile method of browsing through files.
|Moves or renames files.
|Lists directory contents.
|Creates a directory.
|Removes a directory.
|Displays the current directory.
|Summarizes disk usage.
|Determines the type of a file.
|Displays current disk usage.