A dictionary of Linux terms, in zine form.
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\fancyhead[LE,RO]{\textit{A Linux Dictionary}}
\fancyhead[RE,LO]{1\textsuperscript{st} Edition}
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\author{Kenneth John Odle}
What follows is a dictionary of various terms related to Linux. It currently resides at\\ \texttt{https://git.kjodle.net/kjodle/linux-dictionary}. \\ \tabto{0.3cm}\textbf{Note:} A lot of these terms also relate to Unix. \textit{Caveat emptor!} \\ \tabto{0.3cm} \textbf{n.b.:} Some of these terms may also refer to Mac OSX or Windows. \textit{Intense shuddering intensifies.}
\textbf{{\LARGE The Words}}
\textbf{apt} -- Some information about apt.
\textbf{Arch Linux}
\textbf{command binary}
\textbf{command line}
\textbf{Elementary OS}
\textbf{Ghost Script}
\textbf{kernel module}
\textbf{Kubuntu} -- A GUI for Linux, based on Ubuntu. It uses KDE.
\textbf{Linux Mint}
\textbf{man} -- A command-line utility to display the ``man'' (i.e., manual) page for a particular command. It has many parameters. Try \texttt{man man} to start. \\ \tabto{0.3cm}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{q.v.} both the ``tldr'' and ``info'' entries.
\textbf{Puppy Linux}
\textbf{unix principle}