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Vous trouverez ici les commandes par défaut de Debian basées sur les commandes intégrées au shell ou dans le paquet coreutils.

Les informations sont :


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G

  • gawk: Langages d'analyse et de traitement par motif

  • getopts: Analyse les paramètres

  • grep: Affiche les lignes qui correspondent au motif de recherche

  • groups: Affiche le nom des groupes de l'utilisateur

  • gzip/gunzip: Compresse ou décompresse des fichiers

H

  • hash: Remember the full pathname of a name argument

  • head: Output the first part of file(s)

  • history: Command History

  • hostname: Print or set system name

  • htop: Colourfull top

I

  • id: Print user and group id's

  • if/then/else/elif/fi Conditionally perform a command

  • import: Capture an X server screen and save the image to file

  • info: Help info

  • install: Copy files and set attributes

J

  • join: Joins lines on a common field

K

  • kill: Stops a process from running

  • killall: Stops matching process from running

L

  • less: Display output one screen at a time

  • let: Perform arithmetic on shell variables

  • ln: Make links between files

  • local: Create local variables

  • locate: Find files using an indexed list.

  • logname: Print current login name

  • logout: Exit a login shell

  • lpc: Line printer control program

  • lpr: Off line print

  • lprint: Print a file

  • lprintd: Abort a print job

  • lprintq: List the print queue

  • lprm: Remove jobs from the print queue

  • ls: List information about file(s)

M

  • m4: Macro processor

  • man: Help manual

  • mkdir: Create new folder(s)

  • mkfifo: Make FIFOs (named pipes)

  • mknod: Make block or character special files

  • more: Display output one screen at a time

  • mount: Mount a file system

  • mtools: Manipulate MS-DOS files

  • mv: Move or rename files or directories

N

  • nice: Set the priority of a command or job

  • nl: Number lines of file(s)

  • nohup: Run a command immune to hangups

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Q

  • quota: Display disk usage and limits

  • quotacheck: Scan a file system for disk usage

  • quotactl: Set disk quotas

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