UNIX to DOS Conversion

On the UNIX platform, CLI commands are typically used with UNIX commands in a terminal window. On the Windows platform, you can use CLI commands with DOS commands in a native DOS window. This appendix lists commonly used UNIX commands and their DOS equivalents.
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On the UNIX platform, CLI commands are typically used with UNIX commands in a terminal window. On the Windows platform, you can use CLI commands with DOS commands in a native DOS window. This appendix lists commonly used UNIX commands and their DOS equivalents.
The appendix is intended to be a quick reference of UNIX and DOS commands rather than an exhaustive list. See your UNIX, DOS, or Windows documentation for more information about commands and their functions.
UNIX
DOS
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rem
cat
type
cd
cd
chdir
chdir
clear
cls
cmp, diff
comp, fc
cp
copy
cp -r
xcopy
cpio, dump, tar, ufsdump
cpio, dump, tar, ufsdump
cpio, restore, tar, ufsrestore
restore
csh, sh
command
date
date, time
echo
echo
ed
edlin
exit
exit
exportfs, share
share
fdformat, format
format
format
fdisk
format->analyze
scandisk
fsck
chkdsk
goto (csh)
goto
grep
find
if
if
ln -s
subst
lp, lpr
print
ls
dir
ls -l
attrib
man
help
mkdir
md, mkdir
more
more
mv
move, ren, rename
print (sh)
echo
rm
del, erase
rm -r
deltree
rmdir
rd, rmdir
set path= (csh), PATH= (sh)
path
set prompt= (csh), PS1= (sh)
prompt
set var= (csh), var= (sh)
set
shift
shift
showrev
ver
sort
sort
stty
mode
textedit, vi
edit
uncompress, unpack
expand