These are some of the frequently Used Unix Commands which may be of help to you. have a look Starting and Ending login: `Logging in' ssh: Connect to another machine logout: `Logging out'
File Management emacs: `Using the emacs text editor' mkdir: `Creating a directory' cd: `Changing your current working directory' ls: `Finding out what files you have' cp: `Making a copy of a file' mv: `Changing the name of a file' rm: `Getting rid of unwanted files' chmod: `Controlling access to your files' cmp: Comparing two files wc: Word, line, and character count compress: Compress a file
e-mail: `Sending and receiving electronic mail'
talk: Talk to another user
write: Write messages to another user sftp: Secure file transfer protocol
man: Manual pages quota -v: Finding out your available disk space quota ical: `Using the Ical personal organizer' finger: Getting information about a user passwd: Changing your password who: Finding out who's logged on
Printing lpr: `Printing' lprm: Removing a print job lpq: Checking the print queues
Job control ps: `Finding your processes' kill: `Killing a process' nohup: Continuing a job after logout nice: Changing the priority of a job &: `What is a background process?' Cntrl-z: Suspending a process fg: `Resuming a suspended process'