Tag: man

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Having access to man pages on your server is a pretty essential asset to be familiar with. If you’re not familiar with man pages they are documentation provided with software packages on Unix systems. They provide a sort of manual for applications, services and system resources. You can learn more about man pages in our introductory article. By default on Ubuntu based servers this command is not provided, since it’s a great tool to have access to this article will help you get them setup.

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What are man pages?

Posted on by Dan Pock
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When you buy a new tool, piece of equipment, or hardware device, in the box you’ll find a useful manual. The manual covers various methods to use device, safety procedures and troubleshooting tips. These manual books are an invaluable knowledge tool when learning to use new equipment – what about computers though?

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7 Extremely Useful Linux Commands for Beginners

ls : What's in This Directory?

The command ls stands for list directory contents. And, cleverly, it will do just that: list a directory's contents! Using it with -F will give a list of the directories contents, and denote items that are other directories with a trailing /.

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