Best 30 Linux Commands For Beginners

30 Commands

1. How to Use the ‘ls’ Command

2. Mastering the ‘cd’ Command

3. Getting Started with ‘sudo’

4. Using ‘grep’ to Find Text

5. Understanding the ‘chmod’ Command

6. Exploring ‘less’ and ‘more’

7. Working with ‘cat’ and ‘tail’

8. How to Use ‘find’

9. ‘mkdir’ for Making Directories

10. ‘touch’ for Creating Files

11. ‘rm’ for Deleting Files

12. ‘mv’ for Moving and Renaming

13. ‘chown’ for Changing Ownership

14. ‘echo’ for Outputting Text

15. ‘tar’ for Compressing Files

16. ‘gzip’ for Compressing Files

17. ‘passwd’ for Changing Passwords

18. ‘ssh’ for Remote Connections

19. ‘man’ for Viewing Manuals

20. ‘df’ for Measuring Disk Space

21. ‘which’ for Locating Commands

22. ‘whoami’ for Finding Your Username

23. ‘ping’ for Testing Network Connectivity

24. ‘rsync’ for Syncing Directories

25. ‘history’ for Viewing Command History

26. ‘uname’ for System Information

27. ‘shutdown’ for Activating Shutdown

28. ‘top’ for Viewing Running Processes

29. ‘kill’ for Terminating Processes

30. ‘curl’ for Transferring Data

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