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sh

Introduction

When kernel has finished to initialize at boot time, sh command is started in interactive mode

Interactive mode

Esc-b : move cursor at the beginning of the previous word

Esc-f : move cursor at the end of the next word

Esc-l : switch current word into lowercase, and put cursor at the end of the word

Esc-u : switch current word into uppercase, and put cursor at the end of the word

Ctrl-a : move cursor at the beginning of the line

Ctrl-e : move cursor at the end of the line

Ctrl-c : cancel current line

Ctrl-k : delete the end of the line

Ctrl-l : clear screen, and displays the line, the cursors keeps his position

Ctrl-u : clear the line and put cursor at the beginning of the line

Ctrl-t : swap char under the cursor with the previous one, and shift the cursor to the right

Ctrl-o : Switch into replacement or insertion mode

Shortcuts for tools

Funct+T : Start Twilighte setup

Funct+L : Start Loader

Funct+B : Start Basic11

Funct+G : Start basic11 gui

Available commands

The command line is limited in characters (37). If you reach this limit, you won’t be able to type the complete command line Known bugs

  • « ./ » can not be used to launch a binar

Last update: 2022-10-20