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basename(1)
basename, dirname – separate path components
basenc(1)
basenc, base64, base64url, base32, base32hex, base16, base2msbf, base2lsbf, z85 – transcode RFC 4648, binary, or ZeroMQ data
cat(1)
cat – concatenate files
chcon(1)
chcon – alter SELinux context of files and directory trees
chown(1)
chown, chgrp – change file ownership
cksum(1)
cksum – compute Ethernet checksum
comm(1)
comm – analyse sorted line sets
cut(1)
cut – extract bytes, characters, or fields
dd(1)
dd – block-wise copy with conversions
df(1)
df – get free filesystem space
du(1)
du – disk usage
echo(1)
echo – output arguments
env(1)
env – alter and consume environment
expand(1)
expand, unexpand – (de)tabulate files
expr(1)
expr – evaluate expression
factor(1)
factor – ise integers
fold(1)
fold – break lines
head(1)
head – extract file header
hostid(1)
hostid – get host ID
id(1)
id – get credentials
link(1)
link – create file link
logname(1)
logname – get session login name
mkdir(1)
mkdir – create directory
mkfifo(1)
mkfifo, mknod – create named pipe or special file
mktemp(1)
mktemp – create temporary file or directory
nice(1)
nice – adjust scheduling priority
nohup(1)
nohup – inoculate invocation against hang-ups
nproc(1)
nproc – get processor count
paste(1)
paste – merge lines
pathchk(1)
pathchk – validate filenames
pinky(1)
pinky – little finger
printenv(1)
printenv – list environment variables
printf(1)
printf – format data
pwd(1)
pwd – print working directory
rm(1)
rm – remove files and directory trees
rmdir(1)
rmdir – remove directory
runcon(1)
runcon – alter and consume SELinux context
seq(1)
seq – generate numerical sequence
sha1sum(1)
sha*sum, b2sum, md5sum – generate or verify cryptographic hashes
shred(1)
shred – zero and unlink files
shuf(1)
shuf – shuffle lines
sleep(1)
sleep – do nothing, slowly
stdbuf(1)
stdbuf – configure I/O buffers
stty(1)
stty – inspect and alter teletype and window attributes
sum(1)
sum – compute legacy checksum
sync(1)
sync – flush kernel caches
tac(1)
tac – concatenate reversed files
tee(1)
tee – copy to multiple outputs
test(1)
test, [ – validate predicate
timeout(1)
timeout – signal command after delays
tr(1)
tr – transliterate bytes
true(1)
true, false – do nothing
truncate(1)
truncate – trim or punch holes in files
tsort(1)
tsort – stable total ordering
tty(1)
tty – get path to current teletype
uname(1)
uname, machine, arch – get system information
uniq(1)
uniq – merge or filter adjacent identical lines
unlink(1)
unlink – remove file link
wc(1)
wc – line, word, character, byte, and line length count
who(1)
who, users – list login and system state
yes(1)
yes – continually output arguments
libstdbuf(3)
libstdbuf – configure I/O buffers
chroot(8)
chroot – execute with alternate filesystem root
December 2, 2022 voreutils pre-v0.0.0-latest