A dictionary of Linux terms, in zine form.
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What follows is a basic dictionary of any all terms related to Linux. \textbf{Note:} A lot of these terms also relate to Unix. \textit{Caveat emptor!}
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\textbf{apt} --- Some information about apt.
\textbf{apt-get}
\textbf{bash}
\textbf{bin}
\textbf{bin}
\textbf{binary}
\textbf{boot}
\textbf{command binary}
\textbf{command line}
\textbf{cowsay}
\textbf{cp}
\textbf{CUPS}
\textbf{Debian}
\textbf{dev}
\textbf{dvipdf}
\textbf{Elementary OS}
\textbf{etc}
\textbf{Fedora}
\textbf{fsck}
\textbf{git}
\textbf{GUI}
\textbf{home}
\textbf{init}
\textbf{KDE}
\textbf{kernel}
\textbf{kernel module}
\textbf{Kubuntu} --- A GUI for Linux, based on Ubuntu. It uses KDE.
\textbf{latex}
\textbf{lib}
\textbf{ls}
\textbf{man} A command-line utility to display the ``man'' page for a particular command. It has many parameters. Try \texttt{man man} to start.
\textbf{media}
\textbf{mkdir}
\textbf{mnt}
\textbf{mv}
\textbf{opt}
\textbf{pandoc}
\textbf{pdftk}
\textbf{proc}
\textbf{Puppy Linux}
\textbf{rm}
\textbf{root}
\textbf{run}
\textbf{sbin}
\textbf{shell}
\textbf{srv}
\textbf{sudo}
\textbf{sys}
\textbf{terminal}
\textbf{tex}
\textbf{tmp}
\textbf{Ubuntu}
\textbf{unix principle}
\textbf{usr}
\textbf{var}
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