Create Linux beginners guide
- ps aux
- Mini screen manual: c-a [, c-a d, ...
Updated by Marc Auer over 4 years ago
Linux Beginner Guide¶
ps - snapshot of of the current processes.
a = show processes for all users
u = display the process's user/owner
x = also show processes not attached to a terminal
A pipe is a form of redirection that is used in Linux and other Unix-like operating systems to send the output of one program to another program for further processing.
example: ip addr | grep inet
Mini screen manual¶
Screen is an application that allows multiple use of terminal sessions within one window.
ctrl + a + c = open new Screen session
screen -S sitzung1 = opens a new session, named "sitzung 1"
screen -ls = lists all available sessions
Updated by Nico Schottelius about 4 years ago
- Due date changed from 10/10/2018 to 01/03/2019
Marc, please create a wiki page named "Linux beginners guide" and turn it into an article that users can go through.
h2. How to use piping
... what is piping?
... 2-3 examples that can be used by the users
And like the other pages, have a STATUS section at the beginning. Please finish by next week.