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  • Novell ® Customer CommunitiesLinux Quick Reference Guide ux k e v1.5 Contents Sponsor pages: GroupLink - 3 Steps GroupLink - 3 Solutions Linux Quick References: Console Usage Tips............................................. 1 Boot Information ................................................1 Mount Options ...................................................1 Important Linux Directories, ............................... 2-3 Configuration Files and Block Devices X Window Keystrokes .......................................... 3 Linux Commands ............................................. 4-8 (with DOS/Windows equivalents) Sponsor pages: HOT Labs - Linux Certification Boot Camp HOT Labs - Boot Camp Tour - Dates and Cities Sponsor Partners The premier provider of customer engagement software for Linux and Novell technologies. www.grouplink.net HOT Labs is Hands On Training! Custom training for new technologies. producers of www.HOTlabs.org
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  • #1 – I.T. HelpDesk™ NetWare & Linux Enabled Use GroupLink I.T. HelpDesk to leverage your existing Novell and Linux infrastructure. Some of the benefits of I.T. HelpDesk are: Calendar and e-mail integration that allow you to manage appointments, tasks and e-mails Reduction in call volumes, by enabling tickets and requests to be submitted online Reporting and management capabilities to allow you to monitorcontents progress and track productivity ZENworks, eDirectory, NetWare, GroupWise and/or LINUX next compatible Track Service Levels with Customer Surveysprevious KnowledgeBase #2 – GroupLink eReferrals™ For NetWare & Linux (Also options for GroupWise or other) Drive – Motivate – Compensate GroupLink’s eReferral product is a web-based end-to-end referral management system. It is designed for banks and other financial service institutions to facilitate initiation and management of qualified leads/prospects. It empowers management to track and improve the referral process from beginning to end — from increasing profitable referrals to managing and rewarding successful closures. GroupLink’s eReferral product uses a web-interface to provide comprehensive account and interaction history. Use of this web technology allows institutions to leverage their existing I.T. investments. #3 – ContactWise® SPONSOR / PARTNER For NetWare & Linux Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Sales Force Automation (SFA) for Novell eDirectory & GroupWise (or other) ContactWise allows an organization to maintain a detailed history of all customer interaction. The history tab gives a complete view of everything happening with a specific contact or account, from referral to sales to customer service. Salespeople and customer service personnel can add attachments, notes, and other annota- tions, and view such information in context with everything that has transpired with a particular individual. See all organization history, categorized by each contact in one window. Provide a single view of your organization to your customer: whenever your customer calls, each and every employee will know what the customer’s past interactions have been with your organization, in order to better enable your organization to meet the customer’s specific needs. Ensure all customer commitments are met by having appointments & tasks posted to the appropriate person or department’s calendar (GroupWise or other). Secure your contact information by assigning rights on who can read, write and delete information. Mass Mail with automatic mail personalization. Opportunities Management Contact us for a free demonstration! 801-298-9888 X 138 or click below: CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR NOVELL AND LINUX www.grouplink.net © 2004 GroupLink Corporation All rights reser ved.
  • Linux Quick Reference Guide Key C o m m a n d s , F i l e s a n d D i r e c t o r i e s Novell Customer Communities Console Usage Tips Boot Information: $0 Command name GRUB Full quote (no expansion) grub GRUB is the GRand Unified " " Partial quote (allows variable and Bootloader. This newer bootloader command expansion) provides filesystem support where $$ Process id it can use filenames as opposed to $* All arguments as a simple word sector locations for the kernel,contents initrd, etc. This allows you to $n nth argument (n from 0 to 9) leave a configuration file $var Use value for variable untouched and still be able to boot next & Run process in background. from a new kernel, change ( ) Execute in subshell; output from geometry on the drive, and changeprevious multiple lines can be directed to filesystems without problems. The one file by using this option. GRUB boot loader gives you either * wildcard - represents everything. a menu to choose predefined boot eg. cp from/* to will copy all files options from, or a command line in the from directory to the to interface for custom boot options. directory grub-install . Single Period . - The current Installs grub onto the hard disk directory, used in ./<command> to LILO execute the file command lilo .. Double Period .. - Parent LILO is Linuxs older boot loader. Directory LILO is typically in the MBR, but ./configure can be installed in the ROOT ( / ) Execute the script preparing the partition. LILO cannot look beyond installed files for compiling the first 1024 cylinders (8 GB) of ; Separate commands on same line the boot drive to find the boot ? Single character wildcard. eg. cp loader UNLESS LBA mode is config.? /configs will copy all files enabled." beginning with the name config. In lilo -D dos the current directory to the set LILO default OS (default=dos in directory named configs. lilo.conf) [ ] Match any characters enclosed lilo.conf [xyz] LILO boot loder configuration file Choice of character wildcards. eg. Linux Kernel Boot Options ls [xyz]* will list all files in the current directory starting with the <linux boot option> init=/bin/sh rw letter x, y, or z. Gain root access during boot Quote the following character. prompt without password, can be Also used to enter text that is not used to fix some problems. normally available on keyboard. <linux boot option> single Also used to break a command line At the lilo prompt, start in single into multiple lines. user mode. This is useful if you ` ` ( back ticks ) Substitute output of have forgotten your password. Boot enclosed command in single user mode, then run the passwd command. | ( pipe ) - Takes the stdout and it becomes the stdin for the command after the pipe Mount — Options and Examples < Redirect input mount -t iso9660 /dev/cdrom mnt/cdrom Mount the device cdrom and call it << Uses a delimiter with text to pass cdrom under the /mnt/ directory. as input to a command. Helpful for scripting programs such as mount -t msdos /dev/hdd /mnt/ddrive Mount hard disk “d” as a msdos file ftp/telnet for cron jobs. system and call it ddrive under the > Redirect output /mnt/ directory. >> Used to append data to another mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /mnt/cdrive file. Example: Mount hard disk “a” as a VFAT file ls >> ls_weekly.out system and call it cdrive under the This example will append the /mnt/ directory. results of ls to the end of the file 1 ls_weekly.out Novell Customer Communities © Copyright 2004 Insitute for Network Professionals and Novell, Inc. All rights reserverd.
  • Important Linux Directories, /etc/ftpusers User names excluded from the Configuration Files and default operational mode of the ftp Block Devices server. Ie. If all users are denied then these are all of the users who $HOME/.bash_profile are allowed, and if all users are bash system wide and per user init allowed then these are those who files are disallowed. $HOME/.bashrc /etc/group bash system wide and per user init Group listing, passwords, and files member lists. / The root of the filesystem, all /etc/host.allow other files and directories use this TCP wrapper host control files, as a starting point. allows these systems to connect. /bin/ /etc/host.conf Binaries Directory--contains host name information look up common executables for system ordercontents operation, and cannot contain subdirectories in order to comply /etc/host.deny with HFS conventions. This is a TCP wrapper host control file next STANDARD directory. denies listed systems from connecting. /boot/previous Directory containing pertinent boot /etc/HOSTNAME information and executables, such Full hostname including domain as the kernel, and initrd, /etc/hosts grub.conf. Must be within 1024 A list of all known host names and cylinders from the start of the IP addresses physical disk. /etc/hosts.equiv /dev/ Host list of computers that are Devices Directory. This is a trusted to use rsh (remote shell). STANDARD Directory. /etc/hosts.lpd /dev/fd0 Host list of computers that are Block device that refers to the first trusted to send lpr commands to floppy drive. this system. /dev/lp0 /etc/httpd/conf/ Block device that refers to the first Directory for Apache Web Server parallel port (ie LPT1 in configuration DOS/Windows). /etc/init.d/ /etc/ Directory containing runlevel Configuration Files Directory. This scripts for system startup is a STANDARD Directory. /etc/inittab /etc/auto.master Control file that determines how auto mount master file. the system boots /etc/bash.bashrc /etc/lilo.conf Shell variables. LInux LOader configuration that Executes right after /etc/profile specifies boot options, kernels, and and /etc/profile.local on login. other boot parameters. Executes upon opening every new NOTE: Lilo must be re-run after shell. changes are made to lilo.conf /etc/bash.bashrc contains: /etc/lpd.conf - $PS1 - User command prompt Line Printer Daemon configuration - ALIAS - Aliases file - Link to /etc/bash.bashrc.local NOTE: Any changes should NOT be /etc/lpd.perms done in this file, but rather in the Line Printer Daemon permissions /etc/bash.bashrc.local file. configuration file /etc/bash.bashrc.local /etc/motd Overrides /etc/bash.bashrc Message of the Day broadcast to all Changes should ONLY be made in users on login THIS file instead of in the /etc/networks /etc/bash.bashrc file. File that contains network ranges /etc/bashrc and their associated names bash system wide and per user init /etc/nsswitch.conf files. Configuration file that defines the /etc/cron.* order in which lookup of There are 4 directories that hostnames/dns names occurs automatically execute all scriptes /etc/passwd within the directory at intervals of File that has information that hour, day, week or month defines user accounts on the /etc/default server, their shell, UID, default Default for certain commands. group, home directory, and either a hash for their password or a marker /etc/exports indicating that it is in the shadow NFS server export list. password file. 2 /etc/fstab List of block devices and their associated mount points and mount options
  • Important Linux Directories, /lib/ Library Files Directory. This is a Configuration Files and STANDARD Directory. Block Devices - continued /mnt/ /etc/printcap.local Mount Point Directory. This is a Printer database, changes should be STANDARD Directory. made here as /etc/printcap is /opt/ regenerated each time the daemon Optional Directory. This is a loads. This file is not used nor STANDARD Directory. referenced with a CUPS solution. /proc/ /etc/profile Kernel Process Information Sets up shell variables that are Directory. This is an OPTIONAL global for everyone. Loaded right Directory. after login. Executes once only at login. /proc/interrupts Contains which interrupts are in /etc/profile.local use and which are available. Changes to your global variablescontents should be made here. /proc/ioports Contains which I/O addresses are /etc/protocols in use and which are available. next This file contains protocol IDs and their names. Useful for /proc/pciprevious determining network traffic Lists which PCI devices are problems. already installed and their I/O /etc/rc.d/init.d/lpd [option] addresses and interrupts. [option] should be replaced with: /root/ start - Starts the print daemon Root Users Home Directory. This status - Displays the status of the is an OPTIONAL Directory. print daemon /sbin/ stop - Stops the print daemon System Binaries Directory. This is /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 a STANDARD Directory. IP address, Network mask, Default /srv/ gateway are in these files. May edit This directory is used for manually to modify network services runtimes and working parameters. files. This is an OPTIONAL /etc/rc.d/rc.local Directory. Bash script that is executed at the /tmp/ end of login process - like Temporary Director. This is a autoexec.bat in DOS STANDARD Directory. /etc/resolv.conf /usr/ Defines IP addresses of DNS servers This directory is used as a system /etc/rpc resource. Many times, libraries, applications, and source code RPC service name to their program are installed in this folder. numbers mapping. Kernel compiling usually takes /etc/services place in the /usr/src/linux/ TCP/IP services and ports mapping. subdirectory. This is a STANDARD /etc/shadow directory. Read-only to Root access processes, /var/ used to avoid theft of user Logfiles are generally stored in passwords. the /var directory or log /etc/shells subdirectory. Variable data from The /etc/shells file serves as the applications and some binaries list of valid shells that may be are installed here. This is a loaded. STANDARD directory. /etc/skel/ ~/.Xdefaults Template folder that contains files Defines some parameters for for new users. X-Windows (~ refers to users Home Directory) /etc/smb.conf ~/.xinitrc Configuration for the SAMBA server to allow file and print sharing with Defines windows manager loaded Windows clients by X-Windows (~ refers to users Home Directory) /etc/sysconfig/ A directory containing system X Window Keystrokes configuration files. ctrl+alt+backspace /etc/sysconfig/network Stop X server (some systems use The networking configuration file, ctrl+alt+esc) specifies network interfaces, IP addresses, and other protocols. ctrl+alt+F1 Switch to text mode console 1 /etc/X11/XF86Config Configuration file for XFree86s X ctrl+alt+F7 Server Switch back to graphic mode /home/ 3 The mountpoint or directory where users personal data is stored. This is an OPTIONAL directory.
  • Linux Commands cpio (DOS/Windows in red) Copy files to and from archives adduser cron Script to create an new user A program that exeutes interactively commands at scheduled times. alias The file that specifies what This command is used to create this scheduale and commands an alias to a command, can be are is /var/spool/cron. used to simplify or automate long crontab tasks Show or edit cron jobs. apropos [subject] cut Extract columns List manual pages for subject date aspell (date/time) Set/display date Check spelling interactively and time at Schedule a job dd (rawrite) Write directly to a awk Interpreter for awk scripts devicecontents bash df (chkdsk) View amount of disk (command.com) Advanced space available next command interpreter diff bg Move a job to the background (fc) Compare files line by lineprevious break dnsdomainname (break) Break from loop Show DNS domain name. statements dos2unix bzip2 Convert text file from/to linux Compress files (BZip2) format cat [file] du (dir /a /s; chkdsk) View (type) Display the contents of a amount of disk space used by a file; output can be redirected directory recursively cd (cd) Change the current dump directory. Back up a disk cdparanoia e2fsck Rip audio (chkdsk/scandisk) Test a cdrecord filesystem for errors (see also fsck) Burn a CD echo chfn (echo) Display output Modify finger information (full name, phone number etc.) elm E-mail reader chage emacs Modify account policy (password Programming environment and length, expire data etc.) editor chattr env (set) Much like the set Change advanced file attributes command in that without arguements it displays current chgrp environment variables for the Change group ownership of a file current shell, except env DOES chmod NOT display the functions and (attrib) Change file or directory they are not displayed in attributes or (permissions. Note alphabetical order. With that file attributes on DOS are arguements(as in env completely different from $VARIABLE), env can be used permissions on Linux. to change or add environment chown variables to the current shell. Change ownership of a file eval chsh Evaluate arguments Change default login shell exec clear (call) Execute a new shell (cls) Clear the terminal screen exit cmp (fc) Compare files byte by byte (exit) logs out of a SU session comm or shell Compare sorted files exportfs compress export file system listed in Lempel-Ziv compression program exports continue fdformat (format) Format a floppy disk Resume a program loop fdisk cp (copy) The cp command simply (fdisk) Modify the partition copies a file or multiple files to a table target consisting of a file name or directory.cp -l - Will prompt if fg Move a job to the foreground a file exists at destination with file 4 the same file name.cp -r or cp -R Identify file types - Copy a whole directory structure (recursively)
  • Linux Commands - continued hostname (DOS/Windows in red) Print the system’s hostname find ifconfig (dir /s) Search for a file (ipconfig) Configures network interfaces and displays hardware free and IP addresses for each (mem) Display a summary of interface. current memory usage and availability. ifdown fsck Bring down a network interface (chkdsk/scandisk) Check a ifup disk for errors (see e2fsck) Bring up a network interface ftp (ftp) Get/send remote files inn fuser filename News sever Show processes using the file: ipchains filename FFirewall and NAT gaim (/etc/sysconfig/ipchains oncontents Redhat) Instant messaging/IRC gpm (mouse) Mouse server iptables next Firewall and NAT grep (/etc/sysconfig/iptables onprevious (find) Used to find Redhat) information in a file Format: irc Internet Relay Chat client grep [options] pattern [files] jobs grep -v Print only the lines Display current jobs that do not match joe Wordstar compatible editor grep -c Print only the count (or number) of matching lines kbd_mode (mode) Set or query the grep -l Print only names of keyboard mode files with matches grep -n Print matching lines kbdrate with line numbers (mode) Set the keyboard repeat grep -i Ignore case in letters rate (uppercase and lowercase kill ignored) (taskkill) Sends signals to grep -w Whole word search process IDsSignals: grep -s Suppress all error 01 Hangup; if you logout before messages process is done, then process will hang grip 09 Kill signal Play CDs and rip MP3s 15 Terminate (default) groupadd Add group killall (taskkill /t) Kill processes by groupdel name Delete group ldd <application> groupmod An ldd is a Dynamically Linked Modify group System Library (much like a .dll grpck file in MS Windows). Displays the Verify integrity of group files. shared libraries required by each of the applications listed on its grpconv command line. Convert to shadow groups. less grpquota (more) Page forward and Manage disk space quota per backward through files group ln (mountvol) Create a link to a grpuncov file or directory Convert from shadow groups. locate gv View Postscript/PDF files Search for a file via a database gzip look Program used to compress a Look up spelling file. After it compresses the file, it gives the files the lpc Printer control tool extension .gz to show that it lpq Display jobs in print queue has been compressed. lpr (print) Print a file halt lprm Stop all processes Remove jobs from queue head ls (dir) The list command. Displays the first 10 lines of a ls -a List all files, including any file hidden files (files that begin with head -n filename a period, as in .bash_history) Displayfirst n number of lines ls -l Long format listing of file filename (includes permissions, owner, 5 host size, modification time, etc.) (nslookup) lookup host name ls -R List directories and their or IP contents recursively
  • Linux Commands - continued paste (DOS/Windows in red) Appends columns lsattr perl List advanced file attributes Interpreter for perl scripts lsof List opened files persist Reestablishes a terminated PPP lspci connection Lists PCI configuration information for currently pico installed PCI buses and devices (edit) Easy to use text editor connected to them pine lynx/links E-mail and news reader Text-only web browser ping mail (ping) Check if host is reachable Minimal email client pppd makewhatis Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)contents Daemon; Required to establish a Make the whatis database dial-up connection. pppd does NOT next man <command> start up at boot time, and usually (<command> /? ) Get help on a needs to be activated in the command modem "chat" script.previous md5sum pppsetup Compute checksums Setup PPP connection (Slackware). mkdir printtool (md) Create a new subdirectory. Similar syntax Start X printer setup interface mke2fs ps (tasklist) Display list of running processes (format) Create a filesystem on a partition pstree (tasklist) Displays a list of more processes in hierarchal order from (more) Display the contents of a parent to child file one page/screen at a time. The less utility allows scrolling pwck back and forth. Verify integrity of password files mount pwconv (mountvol/net use) Attach a Convert to shadow passwords filesystem to the root filesystem, pwd Print current directory name uses /etc/fstab to define default pwunconv options for drives and mount Convert from shadow passwords points Quota mozilla Manage disk quota (mozilla) Web browser rd (rmdir) mt Control a tape drive (rd) Remove a directory mutt rdate Text-based email client Query a remote host for the date mv (move/ren) Move/rename a file reboot ncftp Stop all processes and then reboot – Fancier version of ftp same as above netstat renice Show networking statistics Change process priorities newgrp reset Change to a new group Reset the keyboard and screen to newusers default modes Update and create new users restore (batch mode) Restore a dump nice rlogin Run a program with modified Remote login scheduling priority rm Delete files nl Returns the number of lines in a -R (del) Delete a directory and all text file its contents, including nmap subdirectories. Scan a host for opened ports -rf (deltree) Recursively delete od a directory tree Octal Dump; dumps the specified rmdir (rd) file to standard output. (rmdir) Delete an empty od -c filename ASCII Characters subdirectory (with -rf it will od -o filename Octal Characters function like deltree) (the default) route od -x filename Hexadecimal Show routing information 6 Characters passwd [accountname] Give accountname a new password
  • Linux Commands - continued socklist (DOS/Windows in red) List opened socked rpm Red Hat package manager soffice -i INSTALL a package Edit Word/Excel/PowerPoint docs -e UNINSTALL a package sort -q QUERY a package (sort) Sort a file -U UPDATE a package spell -e package DELETE the rpm Check spelling in batch package called package ssh Securely log into remote hosts -i --force name REINSTALL the rpm package called name having startx deleted parts of it (not deleting Start X window system using rpm -e) stat -ihv name.rpm INSTAL the rpm Display file attributes package called name stderr -l package LIST the files in the stderr - Standard Error 2> package called packagecontents stdin -ql package LIST the files and state the installed version of the Standard Input; <0 ( or 0< ) next package called package stdout -Uhv name.rpm UPGRADE the rpm Standard Output >1 ( or 1> )previous package called name stop rsync Suspend a background job Mirror a set of files stty scp Securely copy files between hosts Set/display terminal settings screen su Log in as superuser from current Allows you to use advanced login functions in a console, such as SuperProbe multiple virtual consoles, copy and Detect graphic hardware paste text, and disconnect while leaving the processes and programs suspend active while being able to Suspend a foreground job reconnect later. SVGATextMode sed Stream editor Set the screen to a different set (set) With no arguments, set resolution displays all the variables and all swapoff the functions for a current shell. Turn off a swap partition With arguments (as in set swapon $VARIABLE), set is used to change Turn on a swap partition or add variables to the current shell alphabetically. sync NOTE: This only shows variables Flush disk caches for this shell only. Any child shells sys-unconfig will need to have these variables Unconfigure system exported to them by using the tail export command. Displays the last 10 lines of a file setserial tail -n filename Used to set baud rate on a serial Display last n number of lines of device file filename sftp talk Securely copy files between hosts Linux/Unix chat sh (command.com) Simplistic tar command interpreter This program takes many files and Shadowconfig groups them all into one file Toggle shadow passwords on and archive with the extension .tar. off Tar is often used with compressed shift files from gzip. (shift) Shift positional parameters Common tar Commands: -z GZip; uncompress file using gzip showmount –e hostname while reading data. Show file systems exported -x Extract; Extract files from shutdown archive. -h now Shutdown the system now -v Verbose; Display the files being and do not reboot extracted. -r 5 Shutdown the system in 5 -f File; Read the archive from the minutes and reboot file given (if you dont specify a -r now Shutdown the system now file, tar assumes a tape drive)." and reboot tee sleep Take stdin and sends it to two Wait for some time different files slocate telnet Locate files via index Interact with another host 7 slrn time Threaded news reader with macro Time a command support tin News reader
  • Linux Commands - continued whatis (DOS/Windows in red) Search the whatis database top whereis Display top CPU processes Locate standard files touc which Set the timestamp on a file Locate commands tr Translate characters which missingfilename traceroute Show the subdirectory containing Display the route to a remost the executable file called system missingfilename trn whois Threaded news reader Look up domain registrants umask write Set default file permissions Send messages to a terminal umount xargscontents Detach a filesystem from the root Causes a command to take as stdin filesystem a file with many arguments and yet runs the command only once next uname (ver) Displays information about Xconfigurator the kernel and system Run another X configuration menuprevious with automatic probing of graphics uncompress cards Uncompress compressed files xdm X Display Manager; may be stopped uniq with [Ctrl-Alt-Backspace], or killall Locate identical lines xdm. unix2dos xdvi Convert text file from/to linux View TeX DVI files format xf86config unset Setup X server and generate Used to remove a variable from the XF86config current shell XF86Setup unzip Run the X configuration menu with (pkunzip) Extract files from a zip automatic probing of graphics file cards updatedb XFree86 –configure Create searchable database of files XFree86 auto configuration uptime (Plug-n-Play), generate a template View the system load named “XF86Config.new” useradd xhost Create an new user or update Server access control program for X default new user information xload userdel Monitor system load Delete an new user or update xlsfonts Default new user information Server font list displayer for X usermod Modify an new user or update xmms default new user information (winamp) Play audio files usermount xmodmap Executes graphical application for Modifying key map and mouse mounting and unmounting file button map. systems xset vi (edit) Text editor program: To Server preference utility for X begin the editor type in vi and the xsetroot file name ( vi filename ) Root window parameter setting vi commands: utility for X :x Quits and saves xvidtune i Enters the insert mode Run the X graphics tuning utility ESC (ESC key) - quit the insert mode xxd View binary data : Enter a command zip (pkzip) Create a zip file :! Enter an external command line command prepared by: :w Saves the changes without Institute for Network Professionals exiting vim (edit) Vi IMproved text editor w List users’ processes wait Wait for a background job to finish watch 8 Run programs at set intervals wc Count bytes/words/lines wget Retrieve web pages to disk Novell Customer Communities © Copyright 2004 Insitute for Network Professionals and Novell, Inc. All rights reserverd.
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