Thursday, March 26, 2020

Important Linux Commands - Ready Reckoner

Hi All,

In this blog, let me share some commonly used Linux commands which you may find useful in case you do not frequently interact with Linux servers or operating systems.

  • cd /<folder path> - Go inside a particular folder.
  • mkdir <folder name> - Create a new folder or directory with the given name.
  • ls - List the contents of the present directory.
  • rmdir <folder name> - Delete the directory or folder if it is empty.
  • exit - Leave the existing ssh session
  • sudo su - Switch to Super user.

I will keep adding the list based on the frequency of usage. Thanks for reading.

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