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All Unix Commands and their Options (EXTRA POINTS FOR QUICK RESPONSE)

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Does anyone know a website or know how to obtain a complete listing of all the unix commands with their options under the bash shell. This is a fairly easy question, I just dont have any time. Extra points if answered within the first hour. format: I need the command with a brief description and all the opitions with their corresponding descriptions. I dont want an output of the MAN pages. While there are hundreds of commands, I need a brief of what the Man pages does. Thanks fellow TECHIES.

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Hi Junior161,

http://www.oreillynet.com/linux/cmd/

Cheers!
Sunny:o)
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Sunnycoder:

Great job with the first one (oreilly), but before I give you the points, is there a way to get them all in one page. I need to have them as referrence. I appreciate your help. I will increase total points to 250 if this can be accomplished.

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by:shivsa
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try this link. nothing  can be better than this.

http://www.allcommands.com/
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thats great but, where are all the options for those commands. I will accept your orielly answer and warant you 150 points. if you can get the options that correspond with the list found in http://www.allcommands.com/  then I will add 100 point to your answer. I do this by 11pm tonight ET.

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>is there a way to get them all in one page.
nope... but you can use wget or webmier or some similar program to fetch all the pages
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Just download all the Solaris commands (2 files pdf file), then
you get the whole lot

user command + sys adm command

http://docs.sun.com/db/coll/40.9

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For HP-UX, download the manual from:
http://docs.hp.com
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great sites yuzh, but sunnycoder added a good answer before you did. I appreciate your response. You are a pro, I just noticed your ranking for the Unix part of the forum. Hopefully, I can ask you questions if I ever get stuck.

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