The only Linux command you need to know - The Linux cheat command is a utility to search for and display a list of example tasks you might do with a command.

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  • cheat.sh

    the only cheat sheet you need

    Is there a way to set an alias for the partial curl command and have a program name as an input? It would then work the same without having to install anything. I haven't been able to get an alias to append an input after the cheat.sh/ text yet though. Perhaps this isn't actually possible.

  • tldr

    📚 Collaborative cheatsheets for console commands

    Cheat is better and it pulls from several sites including tldr.sh. If you have a bash function in your .bashrc, you could simply print several examples on your terminal like this:

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  • Codex-CLI

    CLI tool that uses Codex to turn natural language commands into their Bash/ZShell/PowerShell equivalents

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