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Kenneth John Odle 8 months ago
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linux-dictionary.tex

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% We will space between items when we create the definition list
\setlist{noitemsep}
% Use tab stops when we need to
\usepackage{tabto}
% Include sections and subsections in the TOC
% https://latex-tutorial.com/tutorials/table-of-contents/
@ -174,7 +176,7 @@ Additional modern abbreviations used include:
\begin{small}
\begin{description}[leftmargin=4mm,labelsep=3mm,itemindent=0mm,itemsep=1mm]
\begin{description}[leftmargin=4mm,labelsep=3mm,itemindent=0mm,itemsep=1mm,style=nextline]
\begin{centering}
\subsection{alias -- fsck}
@ -331,7 +333,7 @@ Additional modern abbreviations used include:
\item[ls]
\item[man] A command-line utility to display the ``man'' (i.e., manual) page for a particular command. It has many parameters. Some people jest that \texttt{man} is the only command you really need to know. Try \texttt{man man} to start. The actual files that \texttt{man} reads from are generally stored in \texttt{/usr/share/man}. \\ A lot of people don't find the \texttt{man} command very helpful, as it generally contains no examples. If you are in this camp, \textit{qq.v.} ``tldr'' and ``info.''
\item[man] A command-line utility to display the ``man'' (i.e., manual) page for a particular command. It has many parameters. Some people jest that \texttt{man} is the only command you really need to know. Try \texttt{man man} to start. The actual files that \texttt{man} reads from are generally stored in \texttt{/usr/share/man}. \\ \tabto{4mm} A lot of people don't find the \texttt{man} command very helpful, as it generally contains no examples. If you are in this camp, \textit{qq.v.} ``tldr'' and ``info.''
\item[media]

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