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Linux FAQ - X Windows - About.com
1=/usr/bin/X11/X vt8 0=/usr/bin/X11/X vt7. Having four GUI lets me run KDE and GNOME at the same time on one computer with two GUI terminals spare, so my ...
Introduction to Linux - Orientation in the file system
For example, we know that the ls command is in the /bin directory (check with which -a ls ) ... In this example, the directories /opt/local/bin , /usr/X11R6/bin , /usr/ bin ...
Example uses of the Linux Command "time" - About.com
In order to access the GNU version of the time command you may have to specify the whole path, such as /usr/bin/time. This version provides more functionality, ...
consolehelper - Linux Command - Unix Command
Instead, programs like /sbin/shutdown are paired with a link from /usr/bin/ shutdown to /usr/bin/consolehelper. Then when non-root users (specifically, users ...
tclsh - Linux Command - Unix Command
This assumes that tclsh has been installed in the default location in /usr/local/bin; if it's installed somewhere else then you'll have to modify the above line to ...
Basic Linux Operations FAQ - About.com
/opt/kde/bin:/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin:/home/yogin/bin. The ":" is a separator, therefore the above PATH represents a list of directories as follows:
Shell Tutorial - Input Output Redirection and Pipes - Linux - About.com
ls /usr/bin. will result in about 2100 lines being displayed on the screen! To actually get any useful information out of it, you might want to dump the output of the ...
login - Linux Command - Unix Command
PATH defaults to /usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:. for normal users, and to /sbin:/bin:/ usr/sbin:/usr/bin for root. Last, if this is not a "quiet" login, the message of the day is ...
Learn How to Test Your Perl Installation - About.com
usr/bin/perl print "Hello World.\n"; The first line is there to tell the computer where the Perl interpreter is located. Perl is an interpreted language, which means that ...
rdist - Linux Command - Unix Command
This option will only work if rdist was compiled with the location of the old rdist ( the path /usr/bin/oldrdist is used on Red Hat linux) and that program is available ...
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