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Changeset 3b1660a in mainline


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Timestamp:
2021-11-16T16:55:31Z (2 weeks ago)
Author:
Jiri Svoboda <jiri@…>
Branches:
master
Children:
5801b93, e510b28
Parents:
a5d20a3
Message:

Bdsh help is a little bit rusty

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  • uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules/help/help.c

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    131131            "Don't panic!\n\n"
    132132
    133             "This is Bdsh, the Brain dead shell, currently "
    134             "the primary user interface to HelenOS. Bdsh allows you to enter "
     133            "This is Bdsh, the Brain dead shell, the HelenOS "
     134            "command-line interface. Bdsh allows you to enter "
    135135            "commands and supports history (Up, Down arrow keys), "
    136136            "line editing (Left Arrow, Right Arrow, Home, End, Backspace), "
    137137            "selection (Shift + movement keys), copy and paste (Ctrl-C, "
    138             "Ctrl-V), similar to common desktop environments.\n\n"
     138            "Ctrl-V). You can also click your mouse within the input line "
     139            "to seek and use your mouse wheel to scroll through history.\n\n"
    139140
    140141            "The most basic filesystem commands are Bdsh builtins. Type "
    141142            "'help commands' [Enter] to see the list of Bdsh builtin commands. "
    142             "Other commands are external executables located in the /app and "
    143             "/srv directories. Type 'ls /app' [Enter] and 'ls /srv' [Enter] "
    144             "to see their list. You can execute an external command simply "
    145             "by entering its name (e.g. type 'tetris' [Enter]).\n\n"
    146 
    147             "HelenOS has virtual consoles (VCs). You can switch between "
     143            "Other commands are external executables located in the /app "
     144            "directory. Type 'ls /app' [Enter] to see their list. "
     145            "You can execute an external command simply "
     146            "by entering its name. E.g., type 'nav' [Enter] to start "
     147            "Navigator, HelenOS interactive file manager).\n\n"
     148
     149            "If you are not running in GUI mode, (where you can start "
     150            "multiple Terminal windows,) HelenOS console supports "
     151            "virtual consoles (VCs). You can switch between "
    148152            "these using the F1-F11 keys.\n\n"
    149153
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