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OS versions in parentheses; e.g. 10+ means version 10 and greater; 9- means version 9 and previous. $=extra cost. (obs) = obsolete
If not specified, commands are in one of the following directories: /usr/bin, /usr/sbin, /bin, /sbin
Files referenced may be either commands, configuration files, or directly-referenced text files. Use the man command to read the man pages for details such as command options.
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