Get The Fedora 13 Reference Cheat Sheet
By on May 28th, 2010

A few days back Fedora 13 Goddard was released with a lot of new features.

Now there is a Reference Cheat Sheet for Fedora 13 Goddard to help newbies (or maybe a few experienced users as well? ) at Digitizor. The cheat sheet list the commonly used commands for Fedora so that you can get up and running in no time.

The Cheat Sheet lists the commands that you will need related to privileges, system services, firewall, network, display, package management etc.

Here is a picture of the the cheat sheet and you can download it in PDF format from here.

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  • Rahul Sundaram

    There is no gtksu in Fedora. We have beesu instead

  • Ryan

    Don't forget since Fedora 11 the commonly used key sequence (Ctrl-Alt-Bkspace) to restart X server is by default disabled. You can enable through the GUI gnome-keyboard-properties -> Layouts tab -> Layout Options -> Key Sequence to kill the X server -> check. Further instructions here: http://ryanler.wordpress.com/2009/06/11/controlal

 
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