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Print ansi escape sequences.
Print ansi escape sequences.
Basename return name with leading path information removed.
Basename return name with leading path information removed.
bzImage is used to modify bzImage files.
bzImage is used to modify bzImage files.
Cat concatenates files and prints to stdout.
Cat concatenates files and prints to stdout.
cbmem prints out coreboot mem table information in JSON by default, and also implements the basic cbmem -list and -console commands.
cbmem prints out coreboot mem table information in JSON by default, and also implements the basic cbmem -list and -console commands.
Change modifier bits of a file.
Change modifier bits of a file.
Cmp compares two files and prints a message if their contents differ.
Cmp compares two files and prints a message if their contents differ.
Perform a set comparisons over two files.
Perform a set comparisons over two files.
console implements a basic console.
console implements a basic console.
Copy files.
Copy files.
cpio operates on cpio files using a cpio package It only implements basic cpio options.
cpio operates on cpio files using a cpio package It only implements basic cpio options.
Print the date.
Print the date.
Convert and copy a file.
Convert and copy a file.
df reports details of mounted filesystems Synopsis df [-k] [-m] Description read mount information from /proc/mounts and statfs syscall and display summary information for all mount points that have a non-zero block count.
df reports details of mounted filesystems Synopsis df [-k] [-m] Description read mount information from /proc/mounts and statfs syscall and display summary information for all mount points that have a non-zero block count.
dhclient sets up DHCP.
dhclient sets up DHCP.
dirname prints out the directory name of one or more args.
dirname prints out the directory name of one or more args.
Read the system log.
Read the system log.
Echo writes its arguments separated by blanks and terminated by a newline on the standard output.
Echo writes its arguments separated by blanks and terminated by a newline on the standard output.
Elvish is a cross-platform shell, supporting Linux, BSDs and Windows.
Elvish is a cross-platform shell, supporting Linux, BSDs and Windows.
build
Package build contains build information.
Package build contains build information.
edit
Package edit implements a command line editor.
Package edit implements a command line editor.
edit/eddefs
Package eddefs contains types used in the Editor.
Package eddefs contains types used in the Editor.
edit/highlight
Package highlight implements syntax highlighting for Elvish code.
Package highlight implements syntax highlighting for Elvish code.
edit/location
Package location implements the location mode for the editor.
Package location implements the location mode for the editor.
edit/prompt
Package prompt implements the prompt subsystem of the editor.
Package prompt implements the prompt subsystem of the editor.
edit/tty
Package tty provides terminal functionality for the Elvish editor.
Package tty provides terminal functionality for the Elvish editor.
edit/ui
Package ui contains types that may be used by different editor frontends.
Package ui contains types that may be used by different editor frontends.
eval
Package eval handles evaluation of parsed Elvish code and provides runtime facilities.
Package eval handles evaluation of parsed Elvish code and provides runtime facilities.
eval/bundled
Package bundled keeps bundled modules.
Package bundled keeps bundled modules.
eval/vals
Package vals contains basic facilities for manipulating values used in the Elvish runtime.
Package vals contains basic facilities for manipulating values used in the Elvish runtime.
eval/vars
Package vars contains basic types for manipulating Elvish variables.
Package vars contains basic types for manipulating Elvish variables.
getopt
Package getopt implements a command-line argument parser.
Package getopt implements a command-line argument parser.
glob
Package glob implements globbing for elvish.
Package glob implements globbing for elvish.
parse
Package parse implements the elvish parser.
Package parse implements the elvish parser.
parse/parseutil
Package parseutil contains utilities built on top of the parse package.
Package parseutil contains utilities built on top of the parse package.
program
Package program provides the entry point to Elvish.
Package program provides the entry point to Elvish.
program/shell
Package shell is the entry point for the terminal interface of Elvish.
Package shell is the entry point for the terminal interface of Elvish.
runtime
Package runtime assembles the Elvish runtime.
Package runtime assembles the Elvish runtime.
store/storedefs
Package storedefs contains definitions used by the store package.
Package storedefs contains definitions used by the store package.
sys
Package sys provide convenient wrappers around syscalls.
Package sys provide convenient wrappers around syscalls.
tt
Package tt supports table-driven tests with little boilerplate.
Package tt supports table-driven tests with little boilerplate.
util
Package util contains utility functions.
Package util contains utility functions.
Returns 1.
Returns 1.
The `field` command reads newline-separated lines of data from either the standard input or the specified files.
The `field` command reads newline-separated lines of data from either the standard input or the specified files.
Find finds files.
Find finds files.
free reports usage information for physical memory and swap space.
free reports usage information for physical memory and swap space.
Freq reads the given files (default standard input) and prints histograms of the character frequencies.
Freq reads the given files (default standard input) and prints histograms of the character frequencies.
fusermount is a very limited replacement for the C fusermount.
fusermount is a very limited replacement for the C fusermount.
gpgv validates a signature against a file.
gpgv validates a signature against a file.
gpt reads and writes GPT headers.
gpt reads and writes GPT headers.
Concurrent, parallel grep.
Concurrent, parallel grep.
Prints files in hexadecimal.
Prints files in hexadecimal.
Print the system's hostname.
Print the system's hostname.
Synopsis: id [-gGnu] Description: id displays the uid, guid and groups of the calling process Options: -g, --group print only the effective group ID -G, --groups print all group IDs -n, --name print a name instead of a number, for -ugG -u, --user print only the effective user ID
Synopsis: id [-gGnu] Description: id displays the uid, guid and groups of the calling process Options: -g, --group print only the effective group ID -G, --groups print all group IDs -n, --name print a name instead of a number, for -ugG -u, --user print only the effective user ID
Build commands in background processes.
Build commands in background processes.
Insert a module into the Linux kernel Synopsis: insmod [filename] [module options...] Description: insmod is a clone of insmod(8)
Insert a module into the Linux kernel Synopsis: insmod [filename] [module options...] Description: insmod is a clone of insmod(8)
io reads and writes to physical memory and ports.
io reads and writes to physical memory and ports.
kexec executes a new kernel over the running kernel (u-root).
kexec executes a new kernel over the running kernel (u-root).
Kill kills processes.
Kill kills processes.
lddfiles prints the arguments and all .so dependencies of those arguments Description: lddfiles prints the arguments on the command line and all .so's on which they depend.
lddfiles prints the arguments and all .so dependencies of those arguments Description: lddfiles prints the arguments on the command line and all .so's on which they depend.
less pages through a file Synopsis: less [OPTIONS] FILE Options: -profile FILE: Save profile in this file -tabstop NUMBER: Number of spaces per tab Keybindings: Control: * q: Quit Scrolling: * j: Scroll down * k: Scroll up * g: Scroll to top * G: Scroll to bottom * Pgdn: Scroll down one screen full * Pgup: Scroll up one screen full * ^D: Scroll down one half screen full * ^U: Scroll up one half screen full Searching: * /: Enter search regex (re2 syntax).
less pages through a file Synopsis: less [OPTIONS] FILE Options: -profile FILE: Save profile in this file -tabstop NUMBER: Number of spaces per tab Keybindings: Control: * q: Quit Scrolling: * j: Scroll down * k: Scroll up * g: Scroll to top * G: Scroll to bottom * Pgdn: Scroll down one screen full * Pgup: Scroll up one screen full * ^D: Scroll down one half screen full * ^U: Scroll up one half screen full Searching: * /: Enter search regex (re2 syntax).
Ln makes links to files.
Ln makes links to files.
Setup loop devices.
Setup loop devices.
Ls prints the contents of a directory.
Ls prints the contents of a directory.
List modules currently loaded in the Linux kernel Synopsis: lsmod Description: lsmod is a clone of lsmod(8) Author: Roland Kammerer <dev.rck@gmail.com>
List modules currently loaded in the Linux kernel Synopsis: lsmod Description: lsmod is a clone of lsmod(8) Author: Roland Kammerer <dev.rck@gmail.com>
Mkdir makes a new directory.
Mkdir makes a new directory.
mkfifo creates a named pipe.
mkfifo creates a named pipe.
Unmount a filesystem at the specified path.
Unmount a filesystem at the specified path.
Mktemp makes a temporary file (or directory) Synopsis: mktemp [OPTION]...
Mktemp makes a temporary file (or directory) Synopsis: mktemp [OPTION]...
modprobe - Add and remove modules from the Linux Kernel Synopsis: modprobe [-n] modulename [parameters...] modprobe [-n] -a modulename...
modprobe - Add and remove modules from the Linux Kernel Synopsis: modprobe [-n] modulename [parameters...] modprobe [-n] -a modulename...
More pages through files without any terminal trickery.
More pages through files without any terminal trickery.
Mount a filesystem at the specified path.
Mount a filesystem at the specified path.
msr lets you read and write an msr for one or more cores.
msr lets you read and write an msr for one or more cores.
Mv renames files and directories.
Mv renames files and directories.
Netcat pipes over the network.
Netcat pipes over the network.
simple ntpd daemon in Go.
simple ntpd daemon in Go.
pci: show pci bus vendor ids and other info Description: List the PCI bus, with names if possible.
pci: show pci bus vendor ids and other info Description: List the PCI bus, with names if possible.
Dump the headers of a PE file.
Dump the headers of a PE file.
Send icmp packets to a server to test network connectivity.
Send icmp packets to a server to test network connectivity.
Print environment variables.
Print environment variables.
Print process information.
Print process information.
Print name of current directory.
Print name of current directory.
readlink display value of symbolic link file.
readlink display value of symbolic link file.
Delete files.
Delete files.
Remove a module from the Linux kernel Synopsis: rmmod name Description: rmmod is a clone of rmmod(8) Author: Roland Kammerer <dev.rck@gmail.com>
Remove a module from the Linux kernel Synopsis: rmmod name Description: rmmod is a clone of rmmod(8) Author: Roland Kammerer <dev.rck@gmail.com>
rsdp allows to determine the ACPI RSDP structure address which could be passed to the boot command later on It must be executed at the system init as it relies on scanning the kernel messages which could be quickly filled up in some cases Synopsis: rsdp [-f file] Description: Look for rsdp value in a file, default /dev/kmsg Example: rsdp rsdp -f /path/to/file
rsdp allows to determine the ACPI RSDP structure address which could be passed to the boot command later on It must be executed at the system init as it relies on scanning the kernel messages which could be quickly filled up in some cases Synopsis: rsdp [-f file] Description: Look for rsdp value in a file, default /dev/kmsg Example: rsdp rsdp -f /path/to/file
Scp copies files between hosts on a network.
Scp copies files between hosts on a network.
Print a sequence of numbers.
Print a sequence of numbers.
shutdown halts, suspends, or reboots.
shutdown halts, suspends, or reboots.
Delay for the specified amount of time.
Delay for the specified amount of time.
Sort lines.
Sort lines.
Serve files on the network.
Serve files on the network.
strace is a simple multi-process tracer.
strace is a simple multi-process tracer.
Strings finds printable strings.
Strings finds printable strings.
The command works like this: stty [verb] [options] Verbs are: dump -- dump the json of the struct to stdout load -- read a json file from stdin and use it to set raw -- convenience command to set raw cooked -- convenience command to set cooked In common stty usage, options may be specified without a verb.
The command works like this: stty [verb] [options] Verbs are: dump -- dump the json of the struct to stdout load -- read a json file from stdin and use it to set raw -- convenience command to set raw cooked -- convenience command to set cooked In common stty usage, options may be specified without a verb.
sync command in Go.
sync command in Go.
tac concatenates files and prints to stdout in reverse order, file by file Synopsis: tac <file...> Description: Options:
tac concatenates files and prints to stdout in reverse order, file by file Synopsis: tac <file...> Description: Options:
Tee transcribes the standard input to the standard output and makes copies in the files.
Tee transcribes the standard input to the standard output and makes copies in the files.
Returns 0.
Returns 0.
Truncate - shrink or extend the size of a file to the specified size Synopsis: truncate [OPTIONS] [FILE]...
Truncate - shrink or extend the size of a file to the specified size Synopsis: truncate [OPTIONS] [FILE]...
Unmount a filesystem at the specified path.
Unmount a filesystem at the specified path.
Print build information about the kernel and machine.
Print build information about the kernel and machine.
Uniq removes repeated lines.
Uniq removes repeated lines.
Disassociate parts of the process execution context.
Disassociate parts of the process execution context.
This program validates a file by verifying a checksum and a signature file.
This program validates a file by verifying a checksum and a signature file.
Wc counts lines, words, runes, syntactically–invalid UTF codes.
Wc counts lines, words, runes, syntactically–invalid UTF codes.
Wget reads one file from a url and writes to stdout.
Wget reads one file from a url and writes to stdout.
Which locates a command.
Which locates a command.
zimage dumps the header of a zImage.
zimage dumps the header of a zImage.

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