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The Linux command line, also known as the terminal, can be an intimidating place. But it can also be your most effective tool.
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Text - Commands - Operating - System - Results
Text commands often work regardless of which Linux-based operating system you use, and the results are often faster than what a graphical desktop interface can offer.
Yet even for long-time users, there are too many commands to commit to memory. That’s why we’ve prepared this handy cheat sheet of Linux commands.
Clear - Screen
clear Clear the terminal screen.
history Display recently used commands. You can also view these commands via the Up and Down keys.
Repeat - Command - N - Command - History
! Repeat a recently used command. You can use !n to repeat the n-th command in history or !-n to repeat what happened n commands ago.
man Display the manual for a terminal program.
Whatis - Display - Description - Program - Simpler
whatis Display a brief description of a terminal program. A simpler alternative to the man command.
alias Create a shortcut to a command or, when combined with the cd command, directory.
Exit - Exit - Terminal
exit Exit or close the terminal.
cd Change directory. Used to navigate between folders.
Pwd - Display - Directory
pwd Display current directory.
cd Change current directory.
Ls - Display - List - Files - Directory
ls Display a list of files in the current directory.
cp Makes a copy of a file. Defaults to the current directory unless you specify a specific one.
Mv - File - Directory
mv Move a file from one directory to another.
rm Remove a file or set of files.
Stat - Display - File
stat Display when a file was last accessed, modified, or changed.
touch Change the date accessed or date modified time of a given file to right now.
Rmdir - Delete - File - Files
rmdir Delete a file or files.
mkdir Create a directory. Defaults to the current directory, but you can also specify one.
Rmdir - Delete - Directory - Defaults - Directory
rmdir Delete a directory. Defaults to the current directory, but you can also specify one. The target directory must be completely empty.
rename Change the name of a file or set of files.
Search - Directory
find Search a specific directory (or your...
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