Linux CoreUtils Manual
1.2 Varies with device
The Linux CoreUtils contains basic shell command utilities. This will include:

arch, b2sum, base32 ,base64 ,basename ,cat ,chcon ,chgrp ,chmod ,chown ,chroot ,cksum ,comm ,cp ,csplit ,cut ,date ,dd ,df ,dir ,dirname ,du ,echo ,env ,expand ,expr ,factor ,false ,fmt ,fold ,groups ,head ,hostid ,hostname ,id ,install ,join ,kill ,link ,ln ,logname ,ls ,md5sum ,mkdir ,mkfifo ,mknod ,mktemp ,mv ,nice ,nl ,nohup ,nproc ,numfmt ,numfmt ,od ,parse_datetime ,paste ,pathchk ,pr ,printenv ,printf ,ptx ,pwd ,readlink ,realpath ,rm ,rmdir ,runcon ,seq ,sha1sum ,shred ,shuf ,sleep ,sort ,split ,stat ,stdbuf , stty ,sum ,sync ,tac ,tail ,tee ,test ,timeout ,touch ,tr ,true ,truncate ,tsort ,tty ,uname ,unexpand ,uniq ,unlink ,uptime ,users ,vdir ,wc ,who ,whoami ,yes

The CoreUtils Reference Manual provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and experts will find advanced details they need.

In this you will see the following things below.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
2 Common options
3 Output of entire files
4 Formatting file contents
5 Output of parts of files
6 Summarizing files
7 Operating on sorted files
8 Operating on fields
9 Operating on characters
10 Directory listing
11 Basic operations
12 Special file types
13 Changing file attributes
14 Disk usage
15 Printing text
16 Conditions
17 Redirection
18 File name manipulation
19 Working context
20 User information
21 System context
22 SELinux context
23 Modified command invocation
24 Process control
25 Delaying
26 Numeric operations
27 File permissions
28 File timestamps
29 Date input formats
30 Opening the Software Toolbox
Appendix A GNU Free Documentation License

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Content rating: Everyone

Requires OS: 2.3 and up

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