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Awesome Linux Reference Sheets for Developers (and Administrators)

Bill Malchisky  September 27 2016 10:01:00 AM
A blog post for developers? Yes! Though it is not my first and will not be my last, it has been awhile. As an admin, this reference sheet is also helpful. I learned of a great Vim (vi Improved) reference sheet recently. There is a lot of information on a single sheet of paper, organized quite well and easy to use. If you need a handy reference sheet for vi commands... this is a good one to review. Although it works great in color, but he also offers a gray scale version and one for those with red/green color blindness: all in PDF and Excel.
Get the Vim reference sheet for programmers here.

The author links a four additional reference documents, and I thought I would include them below, along with the Vim Wiki. Each is a quality offering, allowing you to get the information in a way that works for you.


Additional References

Vim Wiki
Handy two-sided collated reference, with eight foreign language translations
An excellent end-user graphical keyboard, with succeeding images illustrating keyboard combinations; quite an amazing reference page
Command Reference Mind Map
Collated web site command reference and the Advanced version

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