This guide is simply a short summary of some of the available tools of a GNU/Linux based distribution. If you find a particular command interesting and useful, you can look up the on-line manual,
or/and info page to learn more about how to use this command or check the HOWTO's online at Linux Documentation Project.
The manual/info pages will always be an up-to-date source of information on how to use the command. Also have a look at the documentation installed on your distribution, its normally located in
Check the references section of this document, Bibliography, for some links to useful resources which were used in the creation of this document.
Of course if you are having trouble with a particular command try using a search engine such as Google or AllTheWeb, or search the usenet groups Google Groups. If you still can't find a solution, look for a mailing list which is
related to the topic you are having trouble with, or try a forum which is related to the topic.
Readers who would like another reference to commands may want to have at:
If you wish to learn more about GNU/Linux on a variety of subjects also see the various online (free) tutorials published by IBM
If you are looking for a general reference to everything GNU/Linux try the Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition. Or take
a look at your distributions documentation, Debian maintains comprehensive documentation, debian documentation site.