30 Basic Linux Terminal Commands | Kali Linux, Ubuntu, backbox, parrot OS

some of the leading Operation System Like Times Linux, parrot Security OS, backbox, Black Arch, Ubuntu, Debian and many more, anyone who does not know one of the Open Source Operating System or Linux, of course you already know it may even be proficient in using it, and for those of you who have not or just learned about Linux is the 30 Basic Commands in the Linux Terminal.

basic Command Linux
  1. any_command -help: Displays help information about the usage of the command.
    "-help" is the same as the command on DOS "/ h".

  2. Ls: View the contents of the file from active directory. In Linux dir command is only an alias
    from the ls command. For ls own commands are often created alias ls -color, at the time in ls displayed the colors according to the files, usually green for executing, etc.

  3. Ls -al: View the entire contents of the file in the current directory and hidden files, then displayed screen per screen.

  4. Cd directory: Change directory. Using a cd with no directory name will to take you to the home directory. And cd - will get you to the previous directory.

  5. cp source destination: Copy a file.

  6. mcopy source destination: Copy a file from/to dos filesystem. Example
    mcopy a: autoexec.bat ~ / junk. Use man mtools for that command similar: mdir, mcd, mren, mmove, mdel, mmd, mrd, mformat.

  7. mv source destination: Move or rename files.

  8. ln -s source destination: Creating Symbolic Links, example ln -sf / usr / X11R6 / bin / XF86_SVGA / etc / X11 / X, create a Symbolic link of the file XF86_SVGA to X Create a Symbian Links, eg ln -sf / usr / X11R6 / bin / XF86_SVGA / etc / X11 / X, create a Symbolic link of the file XF86_SVGA to X

  9. rm files: Delete the file.

  10. mkdir directory: Create a new directory.

  11. rmdir directory: Deletes the empty directory.

  12. rm -r files: (recursive remove) Delete files, directories and their subdirectories.
    Be careful using this command if you are logged in as root, because root can easily delete all files on the system with the above command, there is no command to undelete on Linux.

  13. More: To view the contents of a file, with the addition of more commands, then the contents of the file the screen is displayed per screen.

  14. less filename: View a screen file per screen, and press "q" key if want to get out,

  15. pico filename: Edit a text file.

  16. pico -w filename: Edit a text file, by disabling the word wrap function, very useful for editing files like / etc / fstab.

  17. lynx file.html: View html file or browse to net with text mode, where image / image can not be displayed, but lynx is a very browser fast, very useful if you just want an article without image.

  18. tar -zxvf filename.tar.gz: To untar a tar file at once, uncompress the file (* .tar.gz or * .tgz), to put it in the directory desired add option -C directory, example tar -zxvf filename.tar.gz -C / opt (put the file in / opt directory.

  19. tar -xvf filename.tar: To untar an uncompressed tar file (* .tar).

  20. gunzip filename.gz: Uncompress a zip file (* .gz "or * .z). with using gzip (also zip or compress) if you want to compress files.

  21. bunzip2 filename.bz2: Uncompress files with format (* .bz2) with utility "bzip2", used on large files.

  22. unzip filename.zip: Uncompress files with format (* .zip) with utility "Unzip" compatible with pkzip for DOS.

  23. find / -name "filename": Search for "filename" on your computer starts with the / directory. The filename may contain wildcards (* ,?).

  24. locate filename: Search for files with the string "filename". It's easy and fast from the above command.

  25. Pine: Email reader is very easy to use, and a favorite of many Unix machine users. Or you can use email that is very customize, that is mutt,

  26. talk username1: Talk to the keyboard with other users who are logged in
    on our machine (or use talk username1 @ machinename to talk with another computer). To accept conversation invitations, type talk username2. If someone tries to talk to you and it felt annoying, you can use mesg n command to reject the message. And use the who or rwho command to see who the interrupt user is.

  27. Mc: "Midnight Commander" as a file manager, fast and good.

  28. telnet server: To connect our computer to another computer with using the TELNET protocol. Use machine name or machine IP Number, and you will get a login name from the machine, enter it password, oh yes .. you also have to have an account on the remote machine. Telnet will connect you with another computer and let you in to operate the machine. Telnet is very unsafe, every thing you type to "open text", also with your password! Use ssh instead of telnet for access the machine remotely.

  29. rlogin server: (remote login) Connecting you to another computer. Loginname and password, but if your account has been used, then you will get error message on your password. Very unsafe too, g
  30. rsh server: (remote shell) Another way to connect you to the remote machine. If your login name / password is being used on the remote machine, your password will not apply. Idem with rlogin, replace with ssh.

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