On Saturday 17 January 2004 10:14 pm, Chris Haulmark wrote:

> Many of us all learn from several books, online articles, and other forms
> of documentations.
> For you, perhaps, you should have your own system with an UNIX/Linux
> operating system to experiment with.
> If you are going to mess with FreeBSD, you can use
> http://www.freebsd.org/handbook (a shortcut link to the famed handbook).
> That would help you to get started into the FreeBSD basics.
> For your listed commands, the learning documents can be found at
> http://www.google.com with certain words such as "replace sed" to discover
> what the proper usage of sed to replace strings.
> Also, on your UNIX/Linux systems, you should have manpages to help you.
> You could simply type in "man sed" to learn what you could do with sed.
> Best place to learn more about manpages is by typing in "man man" :)


Thanks for your reply.  Those are all sources I'm aware of.  Also, I've been 
using FreeBSD since 1998, running different web servers and such.  I suppose 
I should have been a little more specific.  What, specifically, do you find 
you need to use these commands for?  What kinds of text files?  Log files?  
I'm not sure.

Thanks again for your reply.
Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(612) 998-3588

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