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Origin: GNU coreutils 8.28.

[ Alias ↣ ] Name (section) Brief
arch(1) Print machine hardware name (same as uname -m).
b2sum(1) Compute and check BLAKE2 message digest.
base32(1) Base32 encode/decode data and print to standard output.
base64(1) Base64 encode/decode data and print to standard output.
basename(1) Strip directory and suffix from filenames.
cat(1) Concatenate files and print on the standard output.
chcon(1) Change file security context.
chgrp(1) Change group ownership.
chmod(1) Change file mode bits.
chown(1) Change file owner and group.
chroot(8) Run command or interactive shell with special root directory.
cksum(1) Checksum and count the bytes in a file.
comm(1) Compare two sorted files line by line.
cp(1) Copy files and directories.
csplit(1) Split a file into sections determined by context lines.
cut(1) Remove sections from each line of files.
date(1) Print or set the system date and time.
dd(1) Convert and copy a file.
df(1) Report file system disk space usage.
dir(1) List directory contents.
dircolors(1) Color setup for ls.
dirname(1) Strip last component from file name.
du(1) Estimate file space usage.
echo(1) Display a line of text.
env(1) Run a program in a modified environment.
expand(1) Convert tabs to spaces.
expr(1) Evaluate expressions.
factor(1) Factor numbers.
false(1) Do nothing, unsuccessfully.
fmt(1) Simple optimal text formatter.
fold(1) Wrap each input line to fit in specified width.
groups(1) Print the groups a user is in.
head(1) Output the first part of files.
hostid(1) Print the numeric identifier for the current host.
id(1) Print real and effective user and group IDs.
install(1) Copy files and set attributes.
join(1) Join lines of two files on a common field.
link(1) Call the link function to create a link to a file.
ln(1) Make links between files.
logname(1) Print userĀ“s login name.
ls(1) List directory contents.
md5sum(1) Compute and check MD5 message digest.
md5sum.textutils(1) ↣ md5sum(1) Compute and check MD5 message digest.
mkdir(1) Make directories.
mkfifo(1) Make FIFOs (named pipes).
mknod(1) Make block or character special files.
mktemp(1) Create a temporary file or directory.
mv(1) Move (rename) files.
nice(1) Run a program with modified scheduling priority.
nl(1) Number lines of files.
nohup(1) Run a command immune to hangups, with output to a non-tty.
nproc(1) Print the number of processing units available.
numfmt(1) Convert numbers from/to human-readable strings.
od(1) Dump files in octal and other formats.
paste(1) Merge lines of files.
pathchk(1) Check whether file names are valid or portable.
pinky(1) Lightweight finger.
pr(1) Convert text files for printing.
printenv(1) Print all or part of environment.
printf(1) Format and print data.
ptx(1) Produce a permuted index of file contents.
pwd(1) Print name of current/working directory.
readlink(1) Print resolved symbolic links or canonical file names.
realpath(1) Print the resolved path.
rm(1) Remove files or directories.
rmdir(1) Remove empty directories.
runcon(1) Run command with specified security context.
seq(1) Print a sequence of numbers.
sha1sum(1) Compute and check SHA1 message digest.
sha224sum(1) Compute and check SHA224 message digest.
sha256sum(1) Compute and check SHA256 message digest.
sha384sum(1) Compute and check SHA384 message digest.
sha512sum(1) Compute and check SHA512 message digest.
shred(1) Overwrite a file to hide its contents, and optionally delete it.
shuf(1) Generate random permutations.
sleep(1) Delay for a specified amount of time.
sort(1) Sort lines of text files.
split(1) Split a file into pieces.
stat(1) Display file or file system status.
stdbuf(1) Run COMMAND, with modified buffering operations for its standard streams.
stty(1) Change and print terminal line settings.
sum(1) Checksum and count the blocks in a file.
sync(1) Synchronize cached writes to persistent storage.
tac(1) Concatenate and print files in reverse.
tail(1) Output the last part of files.
tee(1) Read from standard input and write to standard output and files.
test(1) Check file types and compare values.
timeout(1) Run a command with a time limit.
touch(1) Change file timestamps.
tr(1) Translate or delete characters.
true(1) Do nothing, successfully.
truncate(1) Shrink or extend the size of a file to the specified size.
tsort(1) Perform topological sort.
tty(1) Print the file name of the terminal connected to standard input.
uname(1) Print system information.
unexpand(1) Convert spaces to tabs.
uniq(1) Report or omit repeated lines.
unlink(1) Call the unlink function to remove the specified file.
users(1) Print the user names of users currently logged in to the current host.
vdir(1) List directory contents.
wc(1) Print newline, word, and byte counts for each file.
who(1) Show who is logged on.
whoami(1) Print effective userid.
yes(1) Output a string repeatedly until killed.
[(1) ↣ test(1) Check file types and compare values.
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