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A list of commonly used commands:
 
A list of commonly used commands:
  
* <code>sudo</code>
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* <code>sudo</code>  
* <code>ls</code>
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* <code>ls</code> - Stands for “list files” and will list all the files in your current directory.
* <code>pwd</code>
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* <code>pwd</code> - Means “print working directory” and will tell you the exact working directory you are currently in.
 
* <code>cd</code>
 
* <code>cd</code>
 
* <code>mkdir</code>
 
* <code>mkdir</code>

Revision as of 13:16, 27 January 2020

A list of commonly used commands:

  • sudo
  • ls - Stands for “list files” and will list all the files in your current directory.
  • pwd - Means “print working directory” and will tell you the exact working directory you are currently in.
  • cd
  • mkdir
  • tree (need to be installed)
  • rm ("-rf" danger!!!)
  • apt
  • lspci
  • su - <username>
  • unzip
  • gunzip
  • tar -xvzf
  • touch
  • pip
  • echo
  • cat
  • more
  • less
  • nano
  • gedit
  • vi
  • wget
  • curl
  • chmod

Sources

An extended list of useful Terminal Commands is available on the "Terminal Commands Beginner" repository by Akash Trehan.

See also