This guide uses the following typographic conventions:
Words deﬁned for the ﬁrst time appear in boldface. For
example, an argument is the part of a command line that
indicates what ﬁle or directory the command is to act on.
Computer font indicates literal items displayed by the
computer. For example: file not found
Bold, computer text indicates literal items that you type. For
Manual titles and emphasized words appear in italics, as do
values that you supply.
For example, in the command below you would substitute an
actual directory name (such as mydir) for directory_name.
Text in a bold, sans serif font denotes a keyboard key. A
control key down, then press
Select an on-screen item or a corresponding softkey. For
shown at the bottom left side of the screen means that
pressing the softkey corresponding to that position on the
screen (f1) will cause a help screen to be displayed.
indicates that you should hold the