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TLDR pages

A collection of simplified and community-driven man pages for various terminal commands. TLDR pages aims to be an ever-growing collection of simplified “show me the common usages” man pages for the most common UNIX, Linux, OSX and SunOS commands. There are currently over 240 pages, each focussing on the most common usages, aimed at new or rusty command-line users. They don’t explain general UNIX concepts and introduce examples gradually. But, of course, they don’t cover everything; that’s what man is for!

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