Here is the list of Unix demonstrations available:
- Demonstration of Unix Commands:
see Unix command
- Informational: date, history, uname, env, who, cal, clear, bc, quota, man, whatis
- Files and Directories: mkdir, cd, pwd, ls, cat, more, touch, diff, cp, mv, rm, rmdir, chmod
- Text: vi, spell, ispell, wc
- Text Filtering: echo, grep, egrep, sort, sed, awk
- Communication: mail, ftp, telnet, passwd
- Log in & Out: Log in, log out.
- Mail in One Line: a trick for sending a file via email with a subject, all in one command line.
- Mail a File: example showing how to use the Unix mail command to send a file via email with a particular subject line.
- Text Transfer to Unix:
How to copy text from a Web browser window and
paste it into the vi editor.
- Group commands:
demonstrates how you can group commands on the same
line using ().
- Separate commands:
demonstrates how you can separate commands on the
same line using ; .
- Directory symbols:
demonstrates the use of various symbols to
refer to directories, including ~ . ..
- Wildcard symbols:
demonstrates the use of various wildcard symbols to
refer to files
examples of redirecting standard output and
example of redirecting standard output and appending it
to a file.
examples of using the pipe | to send the output
of one command to the input of another.
example of the use of the / to separate names in
demonstrates how to process a command
in the background using the & symbol.
- Making a command alias:
This demonstrates how I find out what shell I
am using, find out what dot files I have, then
edit the right dot file to make a command alias.