Where can I find a legitimate command/resources for Linux recover syntax?

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Where can I find a legitimate command/resources for Linux recover syntax? I need to get  information, resources, samples or  commands that can be used for  linux recover syntax.

 

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Where can I find a legitimate command/resources for Linux recover syntax?

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Linux is a command based operating system. For recovering Linux syntax command / resources, "computerhope.com" can be a good solution for you. In this website you will find all Linux commands as well as you will find UNIX smbclient command. If you visit this site I think you will defiantly find the correct commands for recovering Linux syntax.

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Hi there: Although linux is one OS but has many flavours. Therefore in order to get the right syntax, you will need to rigt source for your flavour of unix: here are a few for the major flaovours: http://www.debianadmin.com/basic-linux-commands-with-man-pages.html for debian; www.linuxquestions.org for Red Hat linux; www.centos.org for centos. You will find the required commands at these resources. Hope this helps. 

 

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