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  • Jak użyć lsmod Co to jest in 4 KB units), and, if appropriate, a list of referring modules. The same information is available in /proc/modules if the /proc directory is enabled on the system definicja
  • Jak użyć login Co to jest on the command line) and password (if appropriate). If successful, login updates accounting files, sets various environment variables, notifies users if they have mail, and definicja
  • Jak użyć logname Co to jest Consult /var/run/utmp for user's login name. If found, print it; otherwise, exit with an error message definicja
  • Jak użyć last Co to jest var/log/wtmp by default. If you specify a tty number or username, the output will display only the logins for that user or terminal definicja
  • Jak użyć lastb Co to jest Display a list of recent bad login attempts (from the /var/log/btmp file). Accepts the same option flags and arguments as last definicja
  • Jak użyć lastlog Co to jest System administration command. Print the last login times for system accounts . Login information is read from the file /var/log/lastlog definicja
  • Jak użyć ld Co to jest executable object module (a.out by default). ld is the link editor and is often invoked automatically by compiler commands. ld accepts many options, the most common of which are definicja
  • Jak użyć ldconfig Co to jest directories , /etc/ld.so.conf , /usr/lib , and /lib ; update links and cache where necessary. Usually run in startup files or after the installation of new shared libraries definicja
  • Jak użyć ldd Co to jest Display a list of the shared libraries each program requires definicja
  • Jak użyć lesskey Co to jest Configure keybindings for the less command using a configuration file. The input file defaults to ~/.lesskey and the output file to ~/.less unless you specify otherwise definicja
  • Jak użyć lftp Co to jest allows FTP and HTTP protocol transfers, plus other protocols including FISH (SSH based), FTPS, and HTTPS. It uses a shell-like command interface and offers job control in a manner definicja
  • Jak użyć lftpget Co to jest Uses the lftp program to fetch the specified URL, which may be HTTP, FTP, or any of the protocols supported by lftp definicja
  • Jak użyć link Co to jest Create a link between two files. This is the same as the ln command, but it has no error checking because it uses the link( ) system call directly definicja
  • Jak użyć ln Co to jest different names. Links may be hard or soft. A hard link creates two names for the same file, and a soft, or symbolic, link creates a second file which acts as a shortcut to the definicja
  • Jak użyć loadkeys Co to jest stored in /lib/kbd/keymaps . If you create your own keymap file, the related commands showkey , keymaps , and dumpkeys will be useful as well. Note that loadkeys applies only to definicja
  • Jak użyć locale Co to jest country-specific settings for a system, including character encodings, the formatting of dates, honorifics, diagnostic messages, currency, printer-paper sizes, and default definicja
  • Jak użyć locate Co to jest all files that contain pattern unless pattern includes metacharacters, in which case locate requires an exact match. *, ?, [, and ] are treated specially; / and . are not definicja
  • Jak użyć lockfile Co to jest lockfile fails to create some of the specified files, it pauses for eight seconds and retries the last one on which it failed. The command processes flags as they are encountered definicja
  • Jak użyć logger Co to jest TCP/IP command. Add entries to the system log (via syslogd ). If no message is given on the command line, standard input is logged definicja
  • Jak użyć logrotate Co to jest System administration command. Manipulate logfiles according to commands given in config_files definicja
  • Jak użyć look Co to jest Search for lines in file (/usr/dict/words by default) that begin with string definicja
  • Jak użyć losetup Co to jest Attach a loop device to a regular file or block device, detach a loop device, or query a loop device. A loop device can be used to mount an image file as if it were a normal definicja
  • Jak użyć lpadmin Co to jest command requires one of the following options: -d , -p , or -x . When a queue is configured to require a password, the lpadmin command will prompt for one definicja
  • Jak użyć lpinfo Co to jest System administration command. Print information on available printer devices and drivers definicja
  • Jak użyć lpq Co to jest display username, rank in the queue, filenames, job number, and total file size (in bytes). We document the CUPS printing system here; other versions will vary slightly definicja
  • Jak użyć lpr Co to jest input. We document the CUPS printing system here; the older LPRng and BSD systems will vary slightly. CUPS lpr, for example, does not accept the options c , d , f , g , i , m , n definicja
  • Jak użyć lprm Co to jest Cancel print jobs. Job IDs can be obtained from lpq ; if no job is specified, cancels the current job on the default printer definicja
  • Jak użyć lpstat Co to jest a list argument, omitting the list produces all information for that option. list can be separated by commas or, if enclosed in double quotes, by spaces. For the LPRng print definicja
  • Jak użyć ls Co to jest in the current directory. With one or more names , list files contained in a directory name or that match a file name . names can include filename metacharacters. The options let definicja
  • Jak użyć lsattr Co to jest Print attributes of files on a Linux Second Extended File System. See also chattr definicja
  • Jak użyć lspci Co to jest Interconnect (PCI) devices. This command has many options that are useful for debugging device drivers. Here we document some of the more common options definicja
  • Jak użyć lsusb Co to jest devices. This command has many options of use for debugging device drivers. Here we document some of the more common options definicja

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