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Solaris Advanced User's Guide

  1.  Differences Between Command Line Interface and Graphical User Interface
  2.  Logging In and Using Basic SunOS Commands
  3.  Working With Files and Directories
  4.  Searching Files
  5.  Managing Processes and Disk Usage
  6.  Using the vi Editor
Starting vi
Creating a File
Status Line
Two Modes of vi
Entry Mode
Command Mode
Ending a Session
Saving Changes and Quitting vi
Printing a File
Basic vi Commands
Moving Around in a File
Inserting Text
Changing Text
Undoing Changes
Deleting Text
Copying and Moving Text -- Yank, Delete, and Put
Using a Count to Repeat Commands
Using ex Commands
Turning Line Numbers On and Off
Copying Lines
Moving Lines
Deleting Lines
Searching and Replacing With vi
Finding a Character String
Refining the Search
Replacing a Character String
Going to a Specific Line
Inserting One File Into Another
Editing Multiple Files
Summary of Basic vi Commands
  7.  Using Mail
  8.  Using Printers
  9.  Using the Network
  10.  Customizing Your Working Environment
  A.  Modifying the Keyboard