Surely if you have been trying to learn about Linux, or you work regularly with it, the cheatsheets (cheat sheets or chops) they will have been of great help to have at hand all the most important commands and options that you can use for the different tasks. These summaries are a good way to have everything in order and at hand for when you need it, and with cheat you can work with them.
cheat is a command line tool that will allow you to work with these sheets, creating them or simply viewing them interactively. A layout that was created to help remind system administrators * nix of the most important commands and options that are used frequently.
Once you have it installed, use it it's quite simple. It will allow you to view, create and modify cheatsheets in a very simple way. For example, you can see some examples of the use of the command and comments about the actions that each one performs:
#Ver una hoja de trucos ya creada llamada cpio cheat cpio #Editar una hoja de trucos llamada ls cheat -e ls #Ver al path configurado para las hojas cheat -d #Listar las hojas disponibles cheat -l #Listar solo las hojas etiquetadas como "seguridad" cheat -l -t seguridad #O solo las del directorio pruebas cheat -l -p pruebas #Buscar por el nombre "tar" cheat -s tar
As you can see, it is quite simple and it can help you a lot for your training, especially if you are trying to get some CompTIA, LPIC, LF, SUSE, Red Hat, or similar certification on administration where you need to learn many commands and options. What's more, installation You can do it from the site that I leave you here below or you will also find it in the repos and application stores of some distros, for easier ...
More information - Official site of the project