All ubuntu 20.04 terminal commands together in text editor or pdf

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Hey guys, please could someone send me list of commands (ubuntu 20.04 terminal) in text editor or pdf?

I am newbee and I want to have it buried.

THANK YOU!!!
 
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You can also use the man command to print/save manpages' commands to a PDF file:
Code:
man t- ls | ps2pdf - ls.pdf
This will save the contents of man ls to a PDF file in your home directory. Another command you can use is apropos followed by a keyword, i.e.
Code:
apropos network
you'll get a list of tools that can handle tasks related to the keyword "network" such as this
Code:
$ apropos network
interfaces (5)       - network interface configuration for ifup and ifdown
aseqnet (1)          - ALSA sequencer connectors over network
atmel_fwl (8) - Load firmware into Atmel at76c50x wireless networking chips.
byteorder (3) - convert values between host and network byte order
ctstat (8) - unified linux network statistics
dhclient-script (8) - DHCP client network configuration script
endhostent (3) - get network host entry
endnetent (3) - get network entry
endnetgrent (3) - handle network group entries
ethtool (8) - query or control network driver and hardware settings
freeaddrinfo (3) - network address and service translation
freehostent (3) - get network hostnames and addresses
gai_cancel (3) - asynchronous network address and service translation
The numbers in parenthesis indicates which manpage contains information about the tool, thus for interfaces (5) you'd do:
Code:
$man -t 5 interfaces | ps2pdf - interfaces.pdf
Another command is help which will show you a list of bash's built-in commands with a short description. (Please, note that my system is in Spanish, and while I did translate a few lines there were too many, in any case, those are really meaningless for now, you'll know their meaning when you see them in your system, with your own language.)
Code:
$ help
GNU bash, versión 5.1.4(1)-release (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu)
These shell commands are defined internally. Type `help 'to
see this list.
Type `help name 'to learn more about the function` name'.
Use `info bash 'to learn more about the shell in general.
Use `man -k 'or` info' to learn more about the commands that are not in
this list.

An asterisk (*) next to a name means that the command is disabled.

id_trabajo [&] history [-c] [-d despl] [n] o history -anrw [fichero] o history -ps arg [arg...]
(( expresión )) if ÓRDENES; then ÓRDENES; [ elif ÓRDENES; then ÓRDENES; ]...[ else ÓRDENES; ] fi
. fichero [argumentos] jobs [-lnprs] [idtrabajo ...] o jobs -x orden [args]
: kill [-s id_señal | -n num_señal | -id_señal] pid | idtrabajo ... o kill -l [id_señal]
[ arg... ] let arg [arg ...]
[[ expresión ]] local [opción] nombre[=valor] ...
alias [-p] [nombre[=valor] ... ] logout [n]
bg [id_trabajo ...] mapfile [-d delim] [-n cuenta] [-O origen] [-s cuenta] [-t] [-u df] [-C llamada] [-c quantu>
bind [-lpsvPSVX] [-m comb_teclas] [-f fichero] [-q nombre] [-u nombre] [-r secteclas] [-x se> popd [-n] [+N | -N]
break [n] printf [-v var] formato [argumentos]
builtin [orden-interna-shell [arg ...]] pushd [-n] [+N | -N | dir
caller [expresión] pwd [-LP]
case PALABRA in [PATRÓN [| PATRÓN]...) ÓRDENES ;;]... esac read [-ers] [-a matriz] [-d delim] [-i texto] [-n ncars] [-N ncars] [-p prompt] [-t tiempo]>
cd [-L|[-P [-e]]] [dir] readarray [-d delim] [-n cuenta] [-O origen] [-s cuenta] [-t] [-u df] [-C llamada] [-c quan>
command [-pVv] orden [arg ...] readonly [-aAf] [nombre[=valor] ...] ó readonly -p
compgen [-abcdefgjksuv] [-o option] [-A action] [-G globpat] [-W wordlist] [-F function] [-C> return [n]
complete [-abcdefgjksuv] [-pr] [-DEI] [-o option] [-A action] [-G globpat] [-W wordlist] [-F> select NOMBRE [in PALABRAS ... ;] do ÓRDENES; done
compopt [-o|+o opción] [-DEI] [nombre ...] set [-abefhkmnptuvxBCHP] [-o nombre-opción] [--] [arg ...]
continue [n] shift [n]
coproc [NOMBRE] orden [redirecciones] shopt [-pqsu] [-o] [nombre_opción...]
declare [-aAfFgiIlnrtux] [-p] [name[=value] ...] source fichero [argumentos]
dirs [-clpv] [+N] [-N] suspend [-f]
disown [-h] [-ar] [idtrabajo ... | pid ...] test [expresión]
echo [-neE] [arg ...] time [-p] tubería
enable [-a] [-dnps] [-f fichero] [nombre ...] times
eval [arg ...] trap [-lp] [[arg] id_señal ...]
exec [-cl] [-a name] [command [argument ...]] [redirection ...] true
exit [n] type [-afptP] nombre [nombre ...]
export [-fn] [nombre[=valor] ...] ó export -p typeset [-aAfFgiIlnrtux] [-p] name[=value] ...
false ulimit [-SHabcdefiklmnpqrstuvxPT] [limit]
fc [-e nombre_e] [-lnr] [primero] [último] o fc -s [pat=rep] [orden] umask [-p] [-S] [modo]
fg [id_trabajo] unalias [-a] nombre [nombre ...]
for NOMBRE [in PALABRAS ... ] ; do ÓRDENES; done unset [-f] [-v] [-n] [nombre ...]
for (( exp1; exp2; exp3 )); do ÓRDENES; done until ÓRDENES; do ÓRDENES; done
function nombre { ÓRDENES ; } o nombre () { ÓRDENES ; } variables - Nombres y significados de algunas variables de shell
getopts optstring name [arg ...] wait [-fn] [-p var] [id ...]
hash [-lr] [-p ruta] [-dt] [nombre ...] while ÓRDENES; do ÓRDENES; done
help [-dms] [patrón ...] { ÓRDENES ; }
Likewise, you can use help followed by a command on that list, i.e.
Code:
help exit
to know more about what that command does.
 
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