Koody 23:39, Mar 5, 2004 (EST)
- I think the average man page is a waste of the reader's time and we should refrain from this. --ThorstenStaerk 20:39, July 13, 2008 (UTC)
Suggestion: Moving 'All Commands' to the top and separating it from the rest of the list, which could be defined as 'Commands by Category' or something like. As is, 'all commands' and all the rest of the commands are redundant, but are taking different approaches. The page's contents should reflect this.
Digiot 23:18, Mar 7, 2004 (EST)
What do we think of combining/revising 'Compressing files' and 'Uncompressing Files' into 'Compression Commands'? Most of 'Uncompressing Files' should probably be edited anyway - usage details, based on the general practice, belong on the specific command pages while that page is supposed to be just a link index with a 'man -k' vibe. Digiot 18:07, Apr 10, 2004 (EDT)
Oh yeah, and 'Disk and Tape Drive Commands' to 'Filesystem Commands'. Probably some other stuff. Digiot 18:10, Apr 10, 2004 (EDT)
How about an entry for stty
stty - used to set terminal characteristics. Most often used where backspace is not working. Usage: stty erase ^? (^? = the backspace key). See the man page for additional terminal characteristics.