- 1. Simple Linux Find Commands ...
- Part I: Basic Find Commands for Finding Files with Names Part II: Find Files Based on their Permissions Part III: Search Files Based On Owners and Groups Part IV: Find Files and Directories Based ...
- 2. Tar Commands ...
- ... We've used several different flags in the sample tar commands so far. Here's a list of the most common flags: c Create a new archive. t List the contents of an archive. x Extract the contents of an ...
- 3. Linux Directories Explained
- ... basic commands viz., cat, du, df, tar, rpm, wc, history, etc. /boot : Holds important files during boot-up process, including Linux Kernel. /dev : Contains device files for all the hardware devices ...
- 4. Pipes
- ... as the input for another command. You can carry on this chain between commands for customized outputs. Pipes can be used with most of the Unix commands. You should take care to check that the output ...
- 5. Command Line Reference
- ... reading this so you can cut & paste. All these commands have been tested both on Fedora and Ubuntu. Command Description • apropos whatis Show commands pertinent to string. See also threadsafe ...