Computer Magazine Linux Identity has put together a PDF with basic FreeBSD commands.

A newcomer to FreeBSD will probably find himself served well by a desktop environment (as KDE or GNOME). But there is also another world: a world of CLI – command line interface. Instead of clicking icons and menus, users memorize and type commands, exchanging all communication with the system through a rectangle of plain text.

The June 2008 issue was about FreeBSD 7.