Linux commands for Terminal

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I think that would be a good idea to offer help with commands that uses Linux at Terminal or Konsole. They can also be offered which are used on Windows - I don't know if Mac also used....-.
It's enough to write:
linux update debian
and the answer:
sudo aptitude update; sudo aptitude upgrade
or
linux opensuse upgrade
and the answer
sudo zypper up
Source:
I'm pretty sure that the main work will be make it by the Linux distributions itself, or its developers -we love ya, guys and girls!- or volunteers, Linux lovers... like me!
• posted 3 years and 4 months ago Needs Source Suggestions

Puskin
Currently, there is the inverse functionality, using the "man" command like

man grep
man ssh
posted by Puskin 3 years and 4 months ago Link
youri
That looks complex.

Take the simple 'update' on Debian. Did you mean:

* update your packages list (update)
* update the packages (upgrade)
* update everything (dist-upgrade)?

And why apt-get and not aptitude?

And what about "ubuntu update" yielding a command and not a point-and-click procedure in Unity?

Multiply this by the number of commands, distro flavors, ... and it's going to be fun :-/
posted by youri 3 years and 4 months ago Link
anonymous
Adding a bash cheat sheet would be even better.
posted by <hidden> • 3 years and 4 months ago Link