Bash Reference Manual Table of Contents. 1 Introduction. 1. 1 What is Bash? 1. 2 What is a shell? runs on nearly every version of Unix and a few other operating systems ports exist for MSDOS, OS2, and Windows platforms. Previous: What A simple shell command such as echo a b c consists of the command UNIX Reference Card Warnings!
! When a file has been DELETED it can only be restored from a (Secure Shell) a program for logging into a remote host. Replaces telnet, rlogin, and rsh Display information from the online reference manuals.
jobs [options jobid Display status of jobs in the current session. Simply specifying Windows Batch Scripting. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world. It does not address commands that are specific to DOS environments and to DOSbased operating systems, such as Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me, whose Microsoftsupplied command interpreters are in fact DOS programs, not Win32 programs.
Commandline reference These days, the manuals supplied with DOS don't provide all the information they did in previous versions. They no longer contain a complete printed reference for all the DOS commands. To get the official Microsoft syntax for every DOS command, you have to pony up extra dollars to buy the MSDOS Bash Reference Manual Reference Documentation for Bash Edition 4. 4, for Bash Version 4. 4. Bash is the shell, or command language interpreter, for the gnu operating system.
The ports exist for msdos, os2, and Windows platforms. 1. 2 What is a shell? Software Reference Manual for MSDOS June 1997 Edition Part Number 3 A01. Internet Support how to use standard DOS printer commands (LPRINT, PRINT, and so on) to redirect data from the serial or parallel port to a GPIB printer, a cross reference, or an introduction to a key concept.
Short for Microsoft Disk Operating System, MSDOS is a nongraphical command line operating system created for IBM compatible computers. MSDOS was first introduced by Microsoft in August 1981 and was last updated in 1994 with MSDOS 6. 22. Although the MSDOS operating system is rarely used today, the command shell commonly known as the Windows command QShell Command Reference Manual QSR Version 3. 1 QShell Command Reference Manual QSR Version 3. 1 Document Version All commands in this shell are specific to QuVIS Soft Release (QSR) 3.
x. They resemble typical DOS and UNIX shell commands, and so should be familiar if you have experienced these systems before.