Since Giorgos crossed the line to linux :)
here is a site that has all of the man pages
at your fingertips. For someone new to *nix,
knowing what to ask is harder than asking.
Welcome to FreeBSD. It is the best.
On Tuesday, June 15, 2004 10:10 am, Giorgos Keramidas broke it open
> On 2004-06-15 12:40, Lloyd Hayes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I have the FreeBSD Handbook on a computer hard drive. There isn't
> any> mention of the line commands that FreeBSD uses or recognizes
> in the
> > handbook. Where do I find these?
> Hi Lloyd,
> Others have already mentioned the "Basics" section of the Handbook.
> I just wanted to add two more references that might be handy to get
> you started:
> 1. Anderson, Annelise. "For People New to Both FreeBSD and
> UNIX(TM)". http://www.FreeBSD.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-
> 2. Gonzato, Guido. "From DOS/Windows to Linux HOWTO".
> It might intrigue some and seem curious to others that I---a long time
> FreeBSD user and advocate---would point to a Linux HOWTO. The
> truth is
> that most of the tips that apply for getting people acquainted with
> Linux are also good advice for using *any* UNIX system.
> Welcome to FreeBSD then,
> - Giorgos
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