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10 must-have Linux (and not only) cheat-sheets

Posted 09-19-2008 at 08:35 AM by sica07

Need a quick reference card? Here you have a list you can choose from:

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<h4>1.<a href="" target="_blank">Linux Command Line Tips</a></h4>
This is a linux command line reference for common operations (HTML format).
<h4>2.<a href="" target="_blank"><span class="item">Unix/Linux Reference Card</span></a></h4>
Linux Reference Card published on FOSSwire website by Jacob. (<a href="" target="_blank">PDF format</a>)
<h4>3.<a href="" target="_blank">One Page LInux Manual</a></h4>
<span class="item">A summary of useful Linux command by Squadron. (PDF format)</span>
<h4>4.<a href="" target="_blank"><span class="item">Linux Security Quick Reference</span></a></h4>
The intent of this Quick Reference Guide is to provide a starting point for improving the security of your system, to serve as a pointer to more in-depth security information, and to increase security awareness and methods that can be used to improve security. (<a href="" target="_blank">PDF format</a>)
<h4>5.<span class="item"><a href="" target="_blank">Screen VT100/ANSI Terminal Emulator Cheat Sheet </a></span></h4>
This cheat sheet summarizes all they default keyboard mappings, with screenís commands to execute the mapping and a description of each mapping. (<a href="" target="_blank">PDF format</a>)
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