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Reference Sheet for Raspberry Pi (Debian) Commands

Working with Microsoft software everyday I some times find it hard remember which Linux command does what and in what context it does it in when working with my Raspberry Pi.

So after a quick look round the internet I found a great reference sheet from the team over at Flosswire (Jacob Peddicord) who has put a long list of Debian commands to one sheet of A4 which can be printed off and kept for easy reference.

Take a look at the following link for the reference sheet


  1. April 14, 2013 at 10:32 pm

    That is good, but have a look at some of my posts, I think they will be useful for you…

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