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ARCHER Screencast: Finding help and documentation from the command line (man pages etc.)

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Published on Jun 23, 2015

Did you forget that really convenient option for a Linux shell command you use all the time? Is there a command you use less frequently and need a reminder about? Would you like to find out more information about what compiler flags actually do, what the options for qsub are and what all those aprun options actually mean?

This screencast will help you find out. You will be shown three different ways to get help directly from the command line, including how to access and navigate man (manual) pages. As you will see these mechanisms give you quick, direct access to relevant documentation. You will be able to use this to improve not only your use of ARCHER but of any Linux and indeed Unix-variant system.

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