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Learn Linux: Emacs
Learn Linux: Emacs
Learn Linux: Emacs
Learn Linux: Emacs
Learn Linux: Emacs
Learn Linux: Emacs
Learn Linux: Emacs
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Learn Linux: Emacs

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  • 1. Learning Linux: By Alexandro “JZA” Colorado [email_address] Emacs
  • 2. ToC
    • What is Emacs?
    • Using Emacs
    • Keyboard basics
    • Costuming Emacs
    • Looking for help on Emacs
  • 3. What is Emacs?
    • Is a command line text editor
    • Emacs is useful to program and edit text files
    • Emacs is built for extendability
    • Emacs contain many key-bindings
  • 4. Run Emacs
    • To start emacs type emacs or emacs -nw for command line version
    • Ctrl-x Ctrl-c will exit Emacs
    • Emacs is divided into a menu bar (top), min-buffer and Status Bar.
  • 5. Emacs special Keys
    • C = Ctrl
    • M = Alt / Esc
    • C-f = Ctrl + f
    • C-x C-c = Ctrl+x + Ctrl+c
    • buffer = file in memory
    • point = cursor
    • tab = completition
  • 6. Emacs cheat sheet
    • Ctrl-p Up one line
    • Ctrl-n Down one line
    • Ctrl-b Backward one character
    • Ctrl-f Forward one character
    • Ctrl-e End of the line
    • Ctrl-a Beginning of the line
    • Ctrl-v Down one page
    • Alt-v Up one page
    • Ctrl-k cut text
    • Ctrl-y paste text
    • Ctrl-x Ctrl-s Save file
    • Ctrl-u undo
    • Ctrl-x Ctrl-f Open file
    • Ctrl-s Find forward
    • Ctrl-r Find backward
    • Tab autocomplete
    • Ctrl-h help
    • Ctrl-h f help function
    • Ctrl-h a aproppos
    • Ctrl-h i documentation
  • 7. What can I do with Emacs
    • Run a shell (Ctrl-)
    • Compose email (Alt-p shell)
    • File Manager (Ctrl-x d)
    • Split windows (Ctrl-x 2)
    • View calendar (Alt-x calendar)
    • Calculator (Alt-x calculator)
    • and many, many more
  • 8. Getting help on Emacs
    • Emacs mailing lists: http://savannah.gnu.org/mail/?group_id=40
    • Emacs guided tour: http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/tour/
    • Emacs wiki: http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/EmacsMailingLists
    • Emacs chat: irc.freenode.net/emacs

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