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Hi All,

I'm trying to learn Linux.  I have downloaded all of the documentation from Redhat.com.  However, is there any kind of "man" documentation that I can download, printout, or even buy  that lists all  of the  Linux USER  and SYSTEM commands?  (I'm not looking for third-party publish books which always seem to have 12 chapters of Linux history and 1 chapter of commands).

Thanks for any input.
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http://www.ndeepak.info/stuff/linux/cmdprimer/

http://linux.about.com/library/cmd/blcmdl.htm

http://www.ss64.com/bash/

hope this can help you

you can also try using the man page in your linux box to understand more about, example 'man useradd' will show you the manpage of useradd.
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Hi paullamhkg,

Thanks for the links -- they'll surely help.  

I know how to use man pages on my linux box but what I'm trying to get is a "hardcopy" of all that that information, without having to print each command out manually.  I know Solaris has this kind of command documentation which lists EVERY single command  -- but I haven't seen anything of documentation  like that  for Linux.

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this also a good site for you http://www.computerhope.com/unix.htm
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