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kb:linux:commandline [2015/02/17 17:33]
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kb:linux:commandline [2016/01/13 20:35] (current)
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   * On a Linux System, VT1 through VT7 are the expected Virtual Terminals   * On a Linux System, VT1 through VT7 are the expected Virtual Terminals
     * in a GUI **using X**, use **CTRL-ALT-F1** through **CTRL-ALT-F7** to access these     * in a GUI **using X**, use **CTRL-ALT-F1** through **CTRL-ALT-F7** to access these
-    * When already in a VT that is **not using X**then **ALT-F1** through **ALT-F7** will do the same thing+    * When already in a VT that is **not using X**
 +      * then **ALT-F1** through **ALT-F7** will access VT1 through VT7 
 +      * **ALT-⇒** and **ALT-⇐** will scroll Forward and Backward throgh ​the VT terminals
   * One Virtual Terminal (either VT1 or VT7) is reserved for the Graphical Environment   * One Virtual Terminal (either VT1 or VT7) is reserved for the Graphical Environment
     * Ubuntu uses VT7, while CentOS/RHEL & openSUSE use VT1     * Ubuntu uses VT7, while CentOS/RHEL & openSUSE use VT1
 +<​note>​On Mint 13 Xfce it was actually VT8 (ALT-F8) that returned to the Graphical Environment.</​note>​
  
   * Most Commands have 3 possible parts   * Most Commands have 3 possible parts
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     * **''?''​** → match any single character     * **''?''​** → match any single character
     * **''​*''​** → match any string of characters     * **''​*''​** → match any string of characters
-    * **''​[set]''​** → match any character of ''​set''​+    * **''​[set]''​** → match any character of ''​set'' ​(''​s''​ **or** ''​e''​ **or** ''​t''​)
     * **''​[!set]''​** → match any character not in ''​set''​     * **''​[!set]''​** → match any character not in ''​set''​
   * **Locating Files**   * **Locating Files**
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