Terminal Shortcuts

July 30, 2011 at 10:36 (admin)

Ctrl + A – Move cursor to beginning of line
Ctrl + E – Move cursor to end of line
Ctrl + C – kills the current process
Ctrl + Z – sends the current process to the background
Ctrl + D – logs you out
Ctrl + R – finds the last command matching the entered letters
Enter a letter, followed by Tab + Tab – lists the available commands beginning with those letters
Ctrl + U – deletes the current line
Ctrl + K – deletes the command from the cursor right
Ctrl + W – deletes the word before the cursor
Ctrl + L – clears the terminal output
Shift + Ctrl + C – copy the highlighted command to the clipboard
Shift + Ctrl + V (or Shift + Insert) – pastes the contents of the clipboard
Alt + F – moves forward one word
Alt + B – moves backward one word
Arrow Up/Down – browse command history
Shift + PageUp / PageDown – Scroll terminal output

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1 Comment

  1. bop_bop_mara said,

    Йей, супер!

    Добавям:


    Ctrl + \ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Control-%5C) – малко по-мощно оръжие от Ctrl + C
    Ctrl + Q – XON или това, което трябва да натиснем след Ctrl + S (XOFF) 😉
    http://www.ice2o.com/bash_quick_ref.html

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