are you confused with the commands or commands you should type on terminal.?
here i will give you a little input on basic linux commands for beginners if you do not know with linux better (19459008) you should read first the useful benefits of using linux if you do not understand why [linux os] (19659008) As well as typing commands in DOS, the command line or command line in Linux is also typed in the prompt and terminated enter to execute the command. The command line is a more efficient way of doing things work therefore Linux users still rely on this way to work. We recommend that beginners should also know and at least use this command line once
at some point the knowledge of these commands can be indispensable.
Basic command linux debian or ubuntu
on the base its ubuntu is a derivative of the main distro of debian, so the terminal command from ubuntu is not much different from debian, but if you want to use linux distro red hat and its derivatives its basic difference is at the time of installs the delete application example
apt-get install nano instead of apt-get with yum so the script is changed to yum install nano so his example but there are some other differences but later you look for yourself because I do not know the command you need it itself. (19659013) Some basic commands that may be used mostly by
- to shut down the computer: shutdown -h now
- see ip on the computer: ifconfig
- text editor for editing text file: nano 'location file'
- command to restart application: /etc/init.d/ 'application name' restart
- command to detect cdroom: apt-cdrom add  command to install the application: apt-get 'application name'
- command to copy data: cp 'where file will be copied' 'where the copy result'
- deletes all files in 1 folder: sudo rm -rf
- creates the folder: mkdir 'folder name'
- specifies the location of the folder: cd 'folder location'
- shows the file name attached to terminal in folder: ls
- move one folder to back: cd ..
- deleted files to file: rm 'filename'
- deleted files by filename: rm 'filename' 'filename'
- deleted all the files in the file: cd / home / master / download
- folder: rm *
- deleted folder: rm -rf 'namafolder'
- deleted all folder and its contents: rm -rf *
- deleted file in system must use sudo and enter password: sudo rm / bin / file. txt
- Ctrl + A Go to the beginning of the line you are typing.
- Ctrl + E To the end of the line you are typing
- Ctrl + L Cleans all terminal screens, like clear command.
- Ctrl + U Clear the line before the cursor position. If you are at the end of the line, it will delete all the lines.
- Ctrl + H Like backspace
- Ctrl + R Search for your previous commands
- Ctrl + C Turn off whatever you are running.
- Ctrl + D Out of the current shell.
- Ctrl + Z Put whatever you run in the Terminal into the suspended background process. (19659015] Ctrl + K Clear the line after the cursor
- Ctrl + T Swap the last 2 letters behind the cursor.
- Esc + T Swap the last 2 words in (19659015) Alt + B Move the cursor one word backwards on the same line
- Auto-complete tab for folder and file names.
- Home Like Ctrl + A.
- End As Ctrl + E.
- Ctrl + Shift + Tab Adding a New Tab in Terminal
above are some basic linux command examples, and many more commands – commands you can develop yourself or you can find yourself when you are learning linux later
application exercises for basic linux commands
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