BSD Today: Esoteric commands (part two)
Nov 03, 2000, 21:22 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Some more explanations and information about some uncommon
or rarely-used utilities often installed on BSD systems."
"In the last "esoteric commands" article, I briefly described
several uncommon or rarely-used commands commonly installed on
BSD-type systems, such as XNSrouted, clri, addftinfo, slattach,
bad144 and others. This article continues with more explanations of
some esoteric commands that are often installed by default (in the
base install) by different BSD flavours."
- BSD Today: Esoteric BSD commands(Nov 02, 2000)
- Linux.com: Shell Skills, Part 3: Essential Commands(Aug 13, 2000)
- SunWorld: Unix 101: The language of shells - Making sense of shell commands(Aug 06, 2000)
- About.com: Calling Commands When Booting [init script](Jul 29, 2000)
- LinuxSecurity.com: Simple Commands for Intrusion Detection(Jun 30, 2000)
- About.com: Remote Commands(May 20, 2000)
- Linux Magazine: Avoiding The Mouse Trap [Command Line Intro.](Apr 22, 2000)
- PSCU: Changing your direction, Maximizing UNIX requires mastering small commands.(Dec 26, 1999)