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Some material taken from the great manual by Gareth Anderson :

http://tldp.org/LDP/GNU-Linux-Tools-Summary/html/

and from :

http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/bashref.html

ABOUT THIS MANUAL
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AWK
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BASIC COMMANDS
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BEGINNING SYNTAX
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CHECKING EXIT
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COMMAND HISTORY
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INTERACTIVE EDITING
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COMMAND QUICKIE
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MAKING YOUR OWN INTERPRETER
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CREDITS
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CUSTOMISATION
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CUT DOWN ON TYPING
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MOVING AGAIN
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EMACS
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FILE STRUCTURE
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GNUSCREEN
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GEDIT
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GETTING STARTED
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GLOSSARY
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INSTALLING SOFTWARE
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INTRODUCTION
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KEDIT
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MAINTAINING SCRIPTS
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MOVING AROUND
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NANO
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OTHER LANGUAGES
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OUTLINE
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PARAMETER SUBSTITUTION
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PERL
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PERMISSIONS
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PIPING
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PROCESSES
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PYTHON
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REDIRECTION
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REGULAR EXPRESSIONS
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RUBY
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SED
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SSH
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SCRIPTING
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SEARCHING FOR FILES
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SUB COMMANDS
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SUPERUSERS
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TEXT EDITORS
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ADDENDUM: How to use this License for your documents

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