Here are the Linux commands that everyone who uses Linux, should know, and if not should learn them. I will not explain everything they can do, just the most relevant things very briefly. Please let me know if I should add anything! 🙂
Debian based distributions package manager to install softwares or update the system from repository.
Read or modify text files.
Change the current directory. For example
cd ~/Downloads takes you to downloads directory.
Change the file access permissions
Change the ownership of a folder or file.
Copy file or folder.
Terminates the script or whatever session you are in.
File search with string or a character
Show your networks details, almost same as ipconfig in Windows.
List directory contents.
Outputs current TCP connections.
Change your current users password.
Red Hat Package Manager
Take a guess what this will do?
Run command as super user.
Remote access another Linux computers or servers shell.
Outputs current operating system.
Retrieve files, HTTP(S), FTP.
And also I want to give you one command that you should do everyday, at least on your desktop.
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
This updates your repositories and entire system plus softwares that are installed through repositories. Only works on Debian based distributions.
Hopefully you’ve found this article helpful. You can suggest me to add things if you think that I may have forgotten something.
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