Monthly Archives: May 2009

GNU/Linux Command – DISPLAY

display — Display an Image on any workstation running X. Summary: Display is a machine architecture independent image processing and display program. It can display an image on any workstation screen running an X server. Display can read and writ…

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GNU/Linux Command – JOIN

join — Join lines of 2 files on a common field Summary: It will join lines from two files based on a common field which is identical in both files and show the joined line on the screen. By default, join field is the 1st field and space is the de…

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GNU/Linux Command – ACPI

acpi — Show the ACPI status information Summary: This tool will show the Advance Configuration and Power Interface(ACPI) information like status of Power, Processor, Temperature, etc,. This informations are available in the /sys/ and /proc/acpi f…

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GNU/Linux Command – MOUNT

mount — Mount/Attach a File System to a File Tree. Summary : All files accessible in a Unix system are arranged in one big tree, the file hierarchy, rooted at /. These files can be spread out over several devices. The mount command serves to atta…

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