All linux commands

All linux commands

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
All linux commands in this list include examples to demonstrate how the actual linux command works.Here is a list of basic linux commands. This list of linux commands is not complete as there are many more linux commands available.
A
alias – create names or abbreviations for commands
apropos – search the manual page names and descriptions
at [man page] – queue, examine or delete jobs for later execution
B
bc [man page] – An arbitrary precision calculator language
C
cal – displays a calendar
cat [man page] – concatenate files and print on the standard output
cd – change directory
chgrp [man page] – change group ownership
chmod [man page] – change file access permissions
cksum [man page] – checksum and count the bytes in a file
cp [man page] – copy files and directories
csplit [man page] – split a file into sections determined by context lines
D
date [man page] – print or set the system date and time
dd [man page] – convert and copy a file
du [man page] – estimate file space usage
E
egrep [man page] – print lines matching a pattern
export – set an environment variable
F
fgrep [man page] – print lines matching a pattern
find [man page] – search for files in a directory hierarchy
fold [man page] – wrap each input line to fit in specified width
G
grep [man page] – print lines matching a pattern
H
head [man page] – output the first part of files
I
J
join [man page] – join lines of two files on a common field
K
L
logrotate [man page] – rotates, compresses, and mails system logs
ls [man page] – list directory contents
M
mkdir [man page] – make directories
mv [man page] – move (rename) files
mount [man page] – mount a file system
N
nl [man page] – number lines of files
O
od [man page] – dump files in octal and other formats
P
pwd [man page] – print name of current/working directory
Q
R
rgrep [man page] – print lines matching a pattern
rm [man page] – remove files or directories
S
scp – secure copy (remote file copy program)
ssh – OpenSSH SSH client (remote login program)
T
tail [man page] – output the last part of files
tar [man page] – The GNU version of the tar archiving utility
tee [man page] – read from standard input and write to standard output and files
time [man page] – run programs and summarize system resource usage
touch [man page] – change file timestamps
V
vim – Vi IMproved, a programmers text editor
W
watch [man page] – execute a program periodically, showing output fullscreen
wc [man page] – print newline, word, and byte counts for each file
whoami [man page] – print effective userid
X
Y
yes [man page] – output a string repeatedly until killed
Z

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