Don’t forget the Environment: . ~/.profile or . /etc/profile or source .cshrc

man <command>, man -k <keyword> (manual pages)
catman (creates keyword indexes)
ls, ls -l, ls -la (directory listing)
rm (remove file)
cd (change directory)
pwd (present working directory)
mkdir (make directory)
rmdir (remove directory)
chmod (change mode, file permissions)
ps -ef, ps -ef | grep “word” (process list)
find <directory> -name “name” -print (find file)
kill -<level> <PID (Process ID)> (end a unix process)
passwd (change password )
xterm (terminal session)
admintool (GUI to Admin functions)
<command>& (send process to background when starting)
CONTROL + Z (Interrupt foreground Process)
bg (send interrupted process to background)
fg (send interrupted process to background)
jobs (check for running jobs)
CONTROL + C (Stop foreground Process)
CONTROL + D (End of File, Exit Shell)
exit (exit the current shell)
sh (bourne Shell)
ksh (Korn Shell)
csh (C Shell)
ifconfig is used to configure interfaces on a Unix host, this can also be used to make virtual interfaces like "ifconfig en0 alias ....."

Important Files:

tcp_relay is a cool little proxy program which allows you to cross map IP address and port numbers.  A simple form of Network Address Translation.

Solaris Commands

showrev -p - lists patches etc which have been applied
boot -i - re-initialises the /dev directory with new device files for recently added devices etc
m64config -depth 24 -res 1152 now to set the screen resolution to 1152 * ? and 24 bits depth of color ie no pallette sharing