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Linux Command Quick Reference

Linux Command Quick Reference

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Linux Command Quick Reference
Linux Command Quick Reference

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su
switch user 
su -
switch to root
passwd
change user's password
login
sign into a new system
logout
log out of a system
logname
retun users login name
useradd
create a new user or update default new user information
userdel
remove a user account
usermod
modify a user account
groupadd
create a new group account
groupdel
enable a super user or root to remove a group
groupmod
enable a super user or root to modify a group
who
display who is on the system
whois
internet user name directory service
hostid
 print the numeric identifier for the current host
hostname
set or print the name of the currnet host system
finger
list information about the user 
exit
exit shell
reboot
reboot the system
shutdown
shutdown the system
shutdown -r minutes
shutdown the system after the specified number of minutes
poweroff/halt
stop the computer 
sleep
wait for x seconds to sleep
date
set/display date and time
settime
change file access and modificaiton time
cal
calendar 
time
used to time a simple command
clear
clear screen
echo
display message on screen
printf 
write formatted output
df 
display free disk space
uname
show system information
whereis
locate a binary, source, and manual page files for a command
env
display environment variables
set
set the value of an environment variable
setenv
set the value of an environment variable
ftp
enable ftp access to another terminal
telnet
open a login session on the specified host
ping
send an echo request via TCP/IP to the specified host
netstat
show network status
mount/umount
mount or unmount file systems and remote resources
 jobs
list the jobs currently running in the background
fg
continue a stopped job by running it in the foreground
bg
continue a stopped job in the background

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