||Quotes from people, quoted
||Literal computer input and output
captured from the terminal, usually rendered with a light grey
||Name of a command that can be
entered on the command line.
||Name of a variable or pointer to
content of a variable, as in $VARNAME.
||Option to a command, as in
"the -a option to the
||Argument to a command, as in
"read man ls ".
||User prompt, usually followed by a
command that you type in a terminal window, like in [email protected]> ls -l
|Command synopsis or general usage,
on a separated line.
||Name of a file or directory, for
example "Change to the /usr/bin directory."
||Keys to hit on the keyboard, such
as "type Q to
||Graphical button to click, like
->||Choice to select from a graphical
menu, for instance: "Select-> in your browser."
||Important term or concept:
"The Linux kernel is the heart of the
||The backslash in a terminal view
or command synopsis indicates an unfinished line. In other words,
if you see a long command that is cut into multiple lines, \ means
"Don't press Enter
||link to related subject within
||Clickable link to an external web