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Hacks para Unix-like: Teclas de acceso rápido en bash

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Teclas de

acceso rápido en bash
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Lista de teclas[editar]

Lista de comandos que usan la tecla ctrl.
  • Ctrl + a - Jump to the start of the line
  • Ctrl + b - Move back a char
  • Ctrl + c - Terminate the command
  • Ctrl + d - Delete from under the cursor
  • Ctrl + e - Jump to the end of the line
  • Ctrl + f - Move forward a char
  • Ctrl + k - Delete to EOL
  • Ctrl + l - Clear the screen
  • Ctrl + r - Search the history backwards
  • Ctrl + R - Search the history backwards with multi occurrence
  • Ctrl + u - Delete backward from cursor
  • Ctrl + xx - Move between EOL and current cursor position
  • Ctrl + x @ - Show possible hostname completions
  • Ctrl + z - Suspend/ Stop the command
Lista de comandos que usan mas la tecla Alt.
  • Alt + < - Move to the first line in the history
  • Alt + > - Move to the last line in the history
  • Alt + ? - Show current completion list
  • Alt + * - Insert all possible completions
  • Alt + / - Attempt to complete filename
  • Alt + . - Yank last argument to previous command
  • Alt + b - Move backward
  • Alt + c - Capitalize the word
  • Alt + d - Delete word
  • Alt + f - Move forward
  • Alt + l - Make word lowercase
  • Alt + n - Search the history forwards non-incremental
  • Alt + p - Search the history backwards non-incremental
  • Alt + r - Recall command
  • Alt + t - Move words around
  • Alt + u - Make word uppercase
  • Alt + back-space - Delete backward from cursor
Here "2T" means Press TAB twice
  • $ 2T - All available commands(common)
  • $ (string)2T - All available commands starting with (string)
  • $ /2T - Entire directory structure including Hidden one
  • $ 2T - Only Sub Dirs inside including Hidden one
  • $ *2T - Only Sub Dirs inside without Hidden one
  • $ ~2T - All Present Users on system from "/etc/passwd"
  • $ $2T - All Sys variables
  • $ @2T - Entries from "/etc/hosts"
  • $ =2T - Output like ls or dir