SysAdmin to SysAdmin: five flags you completely forgot about

Wednesday, 29 September 2004, 7:17 PM EST

Administrators are creatures of habit. So much so that we often read things and think, "hey, that's really cool," and then we completely forget about them, even though they might, in some instances, be useful on a regular basis. Old habits are hard to break. I know this, because I fall victim to it myself. I try to correct this by occasionally using downtime to read man pages for commands I use all the time, like cp and ls. So I've done the geeky work for you, and now I present "Five flags you completely forgot about."

By Brian Jones at Linux.com

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