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C
c for character special file12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
C shell syntax for color setup10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
C-s/C-q flow control19.2.2 Input settings
calendar date item28.2 Calendar date items
canonical file name12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
canonicalize a file name12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
case folding7.1 sort: Sort text files
case translation19.2.4 Local settings
case, ignored in dates28.1 General date syntax
cat3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
cbreak19.2.5 Combination settings
cbs11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
CD-ROM file system type14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
cdfs file system type14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
change or print terminal settings19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
change SELinux context22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
changed files, verbosely describing13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
changed owners, verbosely describing13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
changing access permissions13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
changing file attributes13. Changing file attributes
changing file ownership13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
changing file timestamps13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
changing group ownership13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
changing group ownership13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
changing security context22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
changing special mode bits27.2.3 Changing Special Mode Bits
character classes9.1.1 Specifying sets of characters
character count6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
character size19.2.1 Control settings
character special check16.3.1 File type tests
character special files12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
character special files, creating12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
characters, special19.2.6 Special characters
chcon22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
check file types16.3 test: Check file types and compare values
checking for sortedness7.1 sort: Sort text files
checking for sortedness7.1 sort: Sort text files
checksum, 128-bit6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
checksum, 16-bit6.2 sum: Print checksum and block counts
checksum, 160-bit6.5 sha1sum: Print or check SHA-1 digests
checksum, 224-bit6.6 sha2 utilities: Print or check SHA-2 digests
checksum, 256-bit6.6 sha2 utilities: Print or check SHA-2 digests
checksum, 384-bit6.6 sha2 utilities: Print or check SHA-2 digests
checksum, 512-bit6.6 sha2 utilities: Print or check SHA-2 digests
chgrp13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
chmod13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
chown13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
chroot23.1 chroot: Run a command with a different root directory
cio11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
cksum6.3 cksum: Print CRC checksum and byte counts
clocal19.2.1 Control settings
clone11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
cntrl9.1.1 Specifying sets of characters
color database, printing10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
color setup10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
color, distinguishing file types with10.1.5 General output formatting
cols19.2.7 Special settings
column to wrap data after3.5 base64: Transform data into printable data
COLUMNS10.1.5 General output formatting
columns19.2.7 Special settings
COLUMNS19.2.7 Special settings
combination settings19.2.5 Combination settings
comm7.4 comm: Compare two sorted files line by line
command-line operands to shuffle7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
commands for controlling processes24. Process control
commands for delaying25. Delaying
commands for exit status16. Conditions
commands for file name manipulation18. File name manipulation
commands for invoking other commands23. Modified command invocation
commands for printing text15. Printing text
commands for printing the working context19. Working context
commands for printing user information20. User information
commands for redirection17. Redirection
commands for SELinux context22. SELinux context
commands for system context21. System context
commas, outputting between files10.1.5 General output formatting
comments, in dates28.1 General date syntax
common field, joining on8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
common lines7.4 comm: Compare two sorted files line by line
common options2. Common options
compare values16.3 test: Check file types and compare values
comparing sorted files7.4 comm: Compare two sorted files line by line
comparison operators16.4.3 Relations for expr
concatenate and write files3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
concurrent I/O11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
conditional executability27.2.4 Conditional Executability
conditions16. Conditions
conflicts with shell built-ins12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
conflicts with shell built-ins14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
conflicts with shell built-ins15.1 echo: Print a line of text
conflicts with shell built-ins15.2 printf: Format and print data
conflicts with shell built-ins16.3 test: Check file types and compare values
conflicts with shell built-ins19.1 pwd: Print working directory
conflicts with shell built-ins23.3 nice: Run a command with modified niceness
conflicts with shell built-ins24.1 kill: Send a signal to processes
conflicts with shell built-ins25.1 sleep: Delay for a specified time
connectives, logical16.3.6 Connectives for test
connectives, logical16.4.3 Relations for expr
context splitting5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
context, system21. System context
control characters, using `^c'19.2.4 Local settings
control settings19.2.1 Control settings
controlling terminal11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
conv11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
conversion block size11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
conversion specifiers, date21.1.2 Date conversion specifiers
conversion specifiers, literal21.1.3 Literal conversion specifiers
conversion specifiers, time21.1.1 Time conversion specifiers
converting tabs to spaces9.2 expand: Convert tabs to spaces
converting while copying a file11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
cooked19.2.5 Combination settings
Coordinated Universal Time21.1.6 Options for date
copy on write11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
copying directories recursively11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
copying directories recursively11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
copying existing permissions27.2.2 Copying Existing Permissions
copying files3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
copying files and directories11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
copying files and setting attributes11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
core utilitiesGNU Coreutils
count11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
COW11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
cp11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
crashes and corruption14.4 sync: Synchronize data on disk with memory
CRC checksum6.3 cksum: Print CRC checksum and byte counts
cread19.2.1 Control settings
creating directories12.3 mkdir: Make directories
creating FIFOs (named pipes)12.4 mkfifo: Make FIFOs (named pipes)
creating links (hard only)12.1 link: Make a hard link via the link syscall
creating links (hard or soft)12.2 ln: Make links between files
creating output file, avoiding11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
creating output file, requiring11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
crn19.2.3 Output settings
crown margin4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
crt19.2.5 Combination settings
crterase19.2.4 Local settings
crtkill19.2.4 Local settings
crtscts19.2.1 Control settings
csh syntax for color setup10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
csn19.2.1 Control settings
csplit5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
cstopb19.2.1 Control settings
ctime, printing or sorting by10.1.3 Sorting the output
ctime, show the most recent14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
ctlecho19.2.4 Local settings
current working directory, printing19.1 pwd: Print working directory
cut8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
cyclic redundancy check6.3 cksum: Print CRC checksum and byte counts

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