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  1. Introduction

    Files and File Structure

  2. File Structure
  3. Configuration Files
  4. File Formats

    Commands

  5. Filesystem Management
  6. File Management and Viewing
  7. Help, Job and Process Management
  8. Network Management
  9. System Management
  10. User Management
  11. Printing and Programming
  12. Document Preparation
  13. Miscellaneous
  14. Credits

Linux Files and Command Reference Version 0.8.0 June 1, 2000

Introduction

This document briefly describes the Linux filesystem structure, Linux configuration files and how they are used, and Linux commands and programs used for various functions on the system. This document is divided into two sections. The first section describes the Linux filestructure, lists system configuration files, and describes the filestructure of some of these files. The second section lists all commands and briefly describes them. The commands are categorized according to system functionality. For further information, the reader is encouraged to refer to the "Linux User's Guide", the "How Linux Works" manual, and the various man and info pages for the various commands.