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Key Index
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Key Index
^
^[].......................................... 5
^]........................................... 5
^A........................................... 9
^B, LEFT..................................... 8
^C -........................................ 17
^C ......................................... 15
^C /........................................ 12
^C =........................................ 16
^C ^D A ..................................... 18
^C ^D c ..................................... 19
^C ^D C ..................................... 18
^C ^D f ..................................... 19
^C ^D h ..................................... 19
^C ^D i ..................................... 18
^C ^D I ..................................... 19
^C ^D l ..................................... 19
^C ^D L ..................................... 19
^C ^D p ..................................... 19
^C ^D P ..................................... 18
^C ^D r ..................................... 18
^C ^D R A.................................... 19
^C ^D R i.................................... 18
^C ^D R u.................................... 18
^C ^D s ..................................... 19
^C ^D S ..................................... 19
^C ^D u ..................................... 18
^C ~........................................ 13
^C 2 a ...................................... 25
^C 2 b ...................................... 25
^C 2 m ...................................... 25
^C a........................................ 17
^C B........................................ 16
^C b - ...................................... 17
^C b . ...................................... 15
^C b / ...................................... 12
^C b 2 a..................................... 25
^C b 2 b..................................... 25
^C b 2 m..................................... 25
^C b a ...................................... 17
^C b C ...................................... 11
^C b C (for directories).................... 22
^C b d ...................................... 23
^C b D ...................................... 11
^C b D (for directories).................... 22
^C b e ...................................... 15
^C b E ...................................... 15
^C b f Z..................................... 15
^C b G ...................................... 13
^C b H ...................................... 11
^C b i ...................................... 20
^C b I ...................................... 20
^C b k ...................................... 15
^C b K ...................................... 15
^C b M ...................................... 13
^C b m D..................................... 21
^C b m F..................................... 21
^C b m G..................................... 20
^C b m K..................................... 21
^C b m M..................................... 21
^C b m P..................................... 20
^C b m R..................................... 21
^C b N ...................................... 20
^C b o ...................................... 15
^C b O ...................................... 13
^C b R ...................................... 12
^C b R (for directories).................... 22
^C b r G..................................... 13
^C b r M..................................... 13
^C b r O..................................... 13
^C b S ...................................... 12
^C b T ...................................... 11
^C b T (for directories).................... 22
^C b V ...................................... 18
^C b x ...................................... 17
^C b X ...................................... 17
^C b z ...................................... 14
^C b Z ...................................... 14
^C C (for directories)...................... 22
^C c q ...................................... 23
^C c t ...................................... 23
^C d........................................ 23
^C D (for directories)...................... 22
^C e........................................ 15
^C E........................................ 15
^C ESC =.................................... 16
^C f d ...................................... 23
^C f Z ...................................... 15
^C G........................................ 13
^C H........................................ 11
^C i........................................ 20
^C I........................................ 19
^C j........................................ 16
^C J........................................ 16
^C k........................................ 15
^C K........................................ 15
^C M........................................ 13
^C m D ...................................... 21
^C m d, ^C m ^D.............................. 20
^C m F ...................................... 21
^C m G ...................................... 20
^C m K ...................................... 21
^C m L ...................................... 21
^C m M ...................................... 21
^C m P ...................................... 20
^C m R ...................................... 21
^C m T ...................................... 21
^C N........................................ 20
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Key Index
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^C n d ...................................... 12
^C n u ...................................... 12
^C o........................................ 15
^C O........................................ 13
^C p........................................ 16
^C P........................................ 16
^C q........................................ 20
^C R........................................ 12
^C R (for directories)...................... 22
^C r G ...................................... 13
^C r M ...................................... 13
^C r O ...................................... 13
^C s......................................... 7
^C S........................................ 11
^C t........................................ 20
^C T (for directories)...................... 22
^C u......................................... 7
^C U........................................ 23
^C V........................................ 18
^C W........................................ 16
^C x........................................ 17
^C X........................................ 17
^C z........................................ 14
^C Z........................................ 14
^E........................................... 9
^F, RIGHT.................................... 9
^H, BKSPC.................................... 9
^K........................................... 9
^L.......................................... 26
^O, ESC o.................................... 5
^R, ^Xr...................................... 8
^S, ^Xs...................................... 8
^SPC........................................ 10
^U........................................... 9
^W........................................... 9
^X ^A....................................... 30
^X ^F....................................... 14
^X ^I........................................ 8
^X ^L....................................... 26
^X ^P....................................... 24
^X ^R....................................... 24
^X ^X....................................... 10
^X 0......................................... 4
^X 1......................................... 5
^X 2......................................... 5
^X 4 a ...................................... 14
^X b m ...................................... 24
^X d, ^X ^D ................................. 23
^X e........................................ 14
^X E........................................ 28
^X g........................................ 25
^X G........................................ 25
^X h........................................ 30
^X H........................................ 28
^X I........................................ 16
^X k........................................ 29
^X N........................................ 24
^X p........................................ 26
^X P......................................... 7
^X q........................................ 29
^X S........................................ 29
^X T........................................ 28
^X v........................................ 14
^X w........................................ 17
^X W........................................ 17
^X z........................................ 25
^Y.......................................... 10
D
DEL, ^D...................................... 9
DOWN, ^N..................................... 6
E
END, ESC >................................... 6
ESC %....................................... 17
ESC &....................................... 17
ESC +........................................ 7
ESC -........................................ 7
ESC ........................................ 24
ESC /....................................... 24
ESC \........................................ 9
ESC 5 (for directories) .................... 22
ESC 6 (for directories) .................... 22
ESC 8 (for directories) .................... 22
ESC a c ..................................... 23
ESC a o ..................................... 23
ESC b........................................ 9
ESC BKSPC.................................... 9
ESC c....................................... 10
ESC d........................................ 9
ESC e a ...................................... 5
ESC e d ...................................... 5
ESC e f ...................................... 5
ESC e m ...................................... 5
ESC e o ...................................... 5
ESC e s ...................................... 5
ESC e S ...................................... 5
ESC ESC 1................................... 24
ESC ESC 2................................... 24
ESC ESC RET.................................. 8
ESC f........................................ 9
ESC g........................................ 7
ESC h....................................... 24
ESC i....................................... 24
ESC j........................................ 7
ESC k........................................ 9
ESC l....................................... 10
ESC m a ..................................... 26
ESC m b ..................................... 26
ESC m c ..................................... 27
ESC m f ..................................... 27
ESC m j ..................................... 27
ESC m t ..................................... 27
ESC m z ..................................... 27
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Key Index
53
ESC n....................................... 10
ESC p....................................... 10
ESC P a, ESC P l, ESC P u.................... 29
ESC P b, ESC P c, ESC P e.................... 29
ESC P T ..................................... 29
ESC P x, ESC P y............................. 29
ESC r a ..................................... 27
ESC r b ..................................... 27
ESC r c ..................................... 27
ESC r f ..................................... 27
ESC r j ..................................... 27
ESC r t ..................................... 27
ESC r z ..................................... 27
ESC RET...................................... 8
ESC s d ...................................... 6
ESC s e ...................................... 5
ESC S f ..................................... 28
ESC s g i..................................... 6
ESC s g n..................................... 6
ESC s m ...................................... 6
ESC S m ..................................... 28
ESC s n ...................................... 5
ESC s o i..................................... 6
ESC s o n..................................... 6
ESC S q ..................................... 28
ESC s s ...................................... 6
ESC S s ..................................... 28
ESC s u ...................................... 6
ESC S u ..................................... 28
ESC S v ..................................... 28
ESC S w ..................................... 28
ESC SPC...................................... 9
ESC u....................................... 10
ESC w........................................ 9
ESC x r m.................................... 25
F
F1, ESC 1, ^X i ............................. 29
F10, ESC 0, ^X ^C, ^X c...................... 30
F2, ESC 2, ^X a ............................. 22
F3, ESC 3................................... 14
F4, ESC 4................................... 14
F5 (for directories) ....................... 22
F5, ESC 5, ^C C ............................. 11
F6 (for directories) ....................... 22
F6, ESC 6, ^C T ............................. 11
F7, ESC 7, ^X M ............................. 22
F8 (for directories) ....................... 22
F8, ESC 8, ^C D ............................. 11
F9, ESC 9, ^X m ............................. 24
H
HOME, ESC <.................................. 6
I
INS, ^T, ^X \, ^\ ............................ 7
P
PGDOWN, ^V................................... 7
PGUP, ESC v.................................. 6
T
TAB, ^I, ^X o................................ 7
U
UP, ^P....................................... 6
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Command Index
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Command Index
A
adapt-current-directory ................... 23
Adapt-other-directory ..................... 23
apropos..................................... 30
ASCII-MAIL ................................. 25
B
B-ASCII-MAIL............................... 25
B-BINARY-MAIL.............................. 25
B-BZIP2-COMPRESS........................... 15
B-BZIP2-UNCOMPRESS......................... 15
B-CHGRP..................................... 13
B-CHMOD..................................... 13
B-CHOWN..................................... 13
B-COMPRESS ................................. 14
B-COPY...................................... 11
B-COPY (for directories)................... 22
B-DELETE.................................... 11
B-DELETE (for directories)................. 22
B-DIRR-DIFF................................ 23
B-GENERIC-UNPACK........................... 17
B-GENERIC-UNPACK-INTO ..................... 18
B-LINK...................................... 11
B-MAKE...................................... 24
B-MIME-MAIL................................ 25
B-MIME-PACK................................ 15
B-MIME-UNPACK.............................. 15
B-MOVE...................................... 11
B-MOVE (for directories)................... 22
B-MTOOLS-DELETE............................ 21
B-MTOOLS-FORMAT............................ 21
B-MTOOLS-GET............................... 20
B-MTOOLS-MKDIR............................. 21
B-MTOOLS-PUT............................... 20
B-MTOOLS-RENAME............................ 21
B-MTOOLS-RMDIR............................. 21
B-R-CHGRP .................................. 13
B-R-CHMOD .................................. 13
B-R-CHOWN .................................. 13
B-RENAME.................................... 12
B-RENAME (for directories)................. 22
B-RPM-INSTALL.............................. 20
B-RPM-UNINSTALL............................ 20
B-RPM-UPGRADE.............................. 20
B-SPLIT..................................... 12
B-SYMLINK .................................. 12
B-TAR....................................... 17
B-TAR-BZIP2................................ 17
B-TAR-COMPRESS............................. 17
B-UNCOMPRESS............................... 14
B-UUDECODE ................................. 15
B-UUENCODE ................................. 15
backward-char ............................... 8
backward-delete-char........................ 9
backward-kill-word.......................... 9
backward-word ............................... 9
beginning-of-line........................... 9
beginning-of-panel.......................... 6
BF-UNCOMPRESS.............................. 15
bin-packing................................ 13
BINARY-MAIL................................ 25
BZIP2-COMPRESS............................. 15
BZIP2-UNCOMPRESS........................... 15
C
capitalize-word............................ 10
change-directory........................... 23
CHANGE-LOG ................................. 14
CHGRP....................................... 13
CHMOD....................................... 13
CHOWN....................................... 13
compare..................................... 16
COMPRESS.................................... 14
copy........................................ 11
copy (for directories) ..................... 22
D
DATE........................................ 28
DECRYPT..................................... 16
delete...................................... 11
delete (for directories)................... 22
delete-char ................................. 9
delete-horizontal-space .................... 9
DIFF........................................ 16
DIRECTORY-USAGE............................ 23
DIRR-DIFF .................................. 23
DISK-FREE-SPACE............................ 28
downcase-word.............................. 10
DPKG-CONFIGURE............................. 18
DPKG-CONTENTS.............................. 19
DPKG-FIELD ................................. 19
DPKG-HELP .................................. 19
DPKG-INFO .................................. 19
DPKG-INSTALL............................... 18
DPKG-LISTFILES............................. 19
DPKG-LISTPKGS.............................. 19
DPKG-PRINTAVAIL............................ 19
DPKG-PURGE ................................. 18
DPKG-RECORDAVAIL........................... 18
DPKG-REMOVE................................ 18
DPKG-SEARCH................................ 19
DPKG-STATUS................................ 19
DPKG-UNPACK................................ 18
Command Index
55
E
EDIT........................................ 14
ENCRYPT..................................... 16
end-of-line ................................. 9
end-of-panel ................................ 6
enlarge-other-panel......................... 4
enlarge-panel ............................... 5
entry-to-input-line......................... 8
ENV......................................... 28
exchange-point-and-mark ................... 10
exit........................................ 30
F
F-UNCOMPRESS............................... 15
FAST-DIFF .................................. 23
FILE-ACTION................................ 22
FILE-CREATE................................ 14
FILE-TYPE .................................. 20
FIND........................................ 17
FINGER...................................... 28
FIRST-FLOPPY-DIR........................... 24
forward-char ................................ 9
forward-word ................................ 9
G
GENERIC-UNPACK............................. 17
GENERIC-UNPACK-INTO........................ 18
GITPS, PS................................... 29
GREP........................................ 25
H
HOME-DIR.................................... 24
horizontal-scroll-left ..................... 7
horizontal-scroll-right .................... 7
HTML........................................ 30
I
INCLUDE-DIR................................ 24
INFO........................................ 29
isearch-backward............................ 8
isearch-forward............................. 8
ISPELL...................................... 16
J
just-one-space.............................. 9
K
KILL........................................ 29
kill-line.................................... 9
kill-region ................................. 9
kill-ring-save.............................. 9
kill-to-beginning-of-line.................. 9
kill-to-end-of-line......................... 9
kill-word.................................... 9
L
LAST-BACKUP-DIFF........................... 16
LINK........................................ 11
LOCATE...................................... 17
lock........................................ 26
M
MAKE........................................ 24
make-directory............................. 22
MAN......................................... 29
MIME-MAIL .................................. 25
MOUNT-A..................................... 26
MOUNT-B..................................... 26
MOUNT-CDROM................................ 27
MOUNT-FLOPPY............................... 27
MOUNT-JAZ .................................. 27
MOUNT-THESE................................ 27
MOUNT-ZIP .................................. 27
MOUNTED-FILE-SYSTEMS....................... 28
move........................................ 11
move (for directories) ..................... 22
MPACK....................................... 15
MTOOLS-CHDIR............................... 20
MTOOLS-DELETE.............................. 21
MTOOLS-DIR ................................. 21
MTOOLS-FORMAT.............................. 21
MTOOLS-GET ................................. 20
MTOOLS-MKDIR............................... 21
MTOOLS-PUT ................................. 20
MTOOLS-RENAME.............................. 21
MTOOLS-RMDIR............................... 21
MTOOLS-TYPE................................ 21
MULTIPLE-EDIT.............................. 14
MULTIPLE-VIEW.............................. 14
MUNPACK..................................... 15
N
name-downcase.............................. 12
name-upcase................................ 12
next-directory............................. 24
next-history-element....................... 10
next-line.................................... 6
O
other-panel ................................. 7
other-path-to-input-line ................... 8
P
panel-enable-abbrevsize .................... 5
panel-enable-all............................ 5
Command Index
56
panel-enable-date-time ..................... 5
panel-enable-full-name ..................... 5
panel-enable-mode........................... 5
panel-enable-next-mode ..................... 5
panel-enable-owner-group ................... 5
panel-enable-size........................... 5
panel-sort-by-date.......................... 6
panel-sort-by-extension .................... 5
panel-sort-by-group-id ..................... 6
panel-sort-by-group-name ................... 6
panel-sort-by-mode.......................... 6
panel-sort-by-name.......................... 5
panel-sort-by-owner-id ..................... 6
panel-sort-by-owner-name ................... 6
panel-sort-by-size.......................... 6
panel-sort-next-method ..................... 6
previous-directory......................... 24
previous-history-element .................. 10
previous-line ............................... 6
PRINT-JOB .................................. 16
PRINT-JOB-LIST............................. 16
PSTREE...................................... 29
Q
quick-compare-panels....................... 23
QUOTA....................................... 28
R
R-CHGRP..................................... 13
R-CHMOD..................................... 13
R-CHOWN..................................... 13
R-DPKG-INSTALL............................. 18
R-DPKG-RECORDAVAIL......................... 19
R-DPKG-UNPACK.............................. 18
READ-MAIL .................................. 25
RECURSIVE-GREP............................. 25
refresh..................................... 26
RENAME...................................... 12
RENAME (for directories)................... 22
reset-directory-history ................... 24
ROOT-DIR.................................... 24
RPM-INSTALL................................ 19
RPM-QUERY .................................. 20
RPM-UNINSTALL.............................. 20
RPM-UPGRADE................................ 20
S
scroll-down ................................. 6
scroll-up.................................... 7
SECOND-FLOPPY-DIR.......................... 24
select-entry ................................ 7
select-extension............................ 7
select-files-matching-pattern.............. 7
selected-entries-to-input-line............. 8
set-mark.................................... 10
set-scroll-step............................. 7
SPLIT....................................... 12
SUB-SHELL .................................. 25
switch-panels ............................... 7
SYMLINK..................................... 11
SYNC........................................ 29
T
TAR......................................... 17
TAR-BZIP2 .................................. 17
TAR-COMPRESS............................... 17
thoroughly-compare-panels................. 23
tty-mode..................................... 5
TTY-RESET .................................. 26
two-panel-mode.............................. 5
U
UMOUNT-A.................................... 27
UMOUNT-B.................................... 27
UMOUNT-FLOPPY.............................. 27
UMOUNT-JAZ ................................. 27
UMOUNT-THESE............................... 27
UMOUNT-ZIP ................................. 27
UNCOMPRESS ................................. 14
unselect-extension.......................... 7
unselect-files-matching-pattern............ 7
up-one-dir ................................. 24
upcase-word................................ 10
USERS....................................... 28
UUDECODE.................................... 15
UUENCODE.................................... 15
V
VIEW........................................ 14
VIRTUAL-MEMORY-STATUS ..................... 28
W
WHEREIS..................................... 17
WHICH....................................... 17
WHO......................................... 28
WIPE........................................ 16
X
XHOST....................................... 28
Y
yank........................................ 10
Variable Index
57
Variable Index
A
AnsiColors ................................. 35
C
CommandLineModeHelp........................ 36
ConfirmOnExit.............................. 35
E
EDITOR...................................... 33
G
GNUIT_BROWSER.............................. 33
GNUIT_EDITOR............................... 33
GNUIT_RMAIL................................ 33
GNUIT_SHELL................................ 33
GNUIT_VMSTAT............................... 33
GroupDigits................................ 35
H
HistoryFile................................ 35
I
InfoDisplay................................ 35
L
LeadingDotMatch............................ 36
M
MaxUnscaledDigits.......................... 35
N
NormalModeHelp............................. 36
S
SHELL....................................... 33
StartupFileDisplayMode .................... 35
StartupFileSortMethod ..................... 35
StartupScrollStep.......................... 35
T
TERM........................................ 33
TypeSensitivity............................ 36
U
UseLastScreenChar.......................... 35
Concept Index
58
Concept Index
A
Adapt directory ............................. 23
Adding and removing hosts................... 28
Archive ..................................... 17
B
Background directory copy ................... 22
Background directory delete.................. 22
Background directory di .................... 23
Background directory move................... 22
Background directory rename................. 22
Background le copy......................... 11
Background le delete........................ 11
Background le move ........................ 11
Background le rename ...................... 12
Background le split ......................... 12
Background make............................ 24
Backward char................................ 8
Backward delete char ......................... 9
Backward kill word ........................... 9
Backward word............................... 9
bash........................................ 25
Beginning of line.............................. 9
Beginning of panel............................ 6
Binary comparison........................... 16
Binary les by mail.......................... 25
Browsing through the process list ............. 29
bzip2....................................... 15
C
Capitalize word.............................. 10
Change the current panel directory............ 23
Change the other panel directory ............. 23
Changing directory .......................... 23
Changing the current directory ............... 23
Changing the directory....................... 23
Changing the le’s group..................... 13
Changing the le’s mode ..................... 13
Changing the le’s owner..................... 13
Changing the group in background............ 13
Changing the group recursively............... 13
Changing the group recursively in background.. 13
Changing the inode’s group................... 13
Changing the inode’s mode................... 13
Changing the inode’s owner .................. 13
Changing the mode in background ............ 13
Changing the mode recursively ............... 13
Changing the mode recursively in background.. 13
Changing the owner in background............ 13
Changing the owner recursively............... 13
Changing the owner recursively in background.. 13
chdir........................................ 23
chgrp....................................... 13
chmod...................................... 13
chown ...................................... 13
Comparing directories quickly ................ 23
Comparing directories thoroughly............. 23
Comparing panels quickly.................... 23
Comparing panels thoroughly................. 23
Compile..................................... 24
Compiling programs ......................... 24
compress ................................ 14,15
Compressing directories................... 14,15
Compressing directories in background..... 14,15
Compressing les......................... 14,15
Compressing les in background........... 14,15
Console lock................................. 26
Convert to lower case ........................ 10
Convert to upper case........................ 10
Copy entry name to input line. ................ 8
Copying directories .......................... 22
Copying directories in background ............ 22
Copying les ................................ 11
Copying les in background .................. 11
Create directory............................. 22
Create le................................... 14
Creating a directory ......................... 22
Creating bzip2 compressed tar archives........ 17
Creating bzip2 compressed tar archives in
background ............................. 17
Creating compressed tar archives.............. 17
Creating compressed tar archives in background
........................................ 17
Creating tar archives......................... 17
Creating tar archives in background........... 17
csh ......................................... 25
Current disk quota........................... 28
Cursor backward.............................. 8
Cursor backward one word .................... 9
Cursor down one entry........................ 6
Cursor down one page......................... 6
Cursor end................................... 6
Cursor forward ............................... 9
Cursor forward one word ...................... 9
Cursor home ................................. 6
Cursor to BOL............................... 9
Cursor to EOL ............................... 9
Cursor to the other panel...................... 7
Cursor up one entry........................... 6
Cursor up one page........................... 7
D
date........................................ 28
Date and time................................ 5
Date, time ................................... 5
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