- 1. 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 ...
- 2. Simple Linux Find Commands ...
- ... next article we will discuss more about other Linux commands in depth with practical examples. Let us know your opinions on this article using our comment section. ...
- 3. grep
- The grep command searches the given input FILEs for lines containing a match or a text string. grep command syntax The syntax is: grep "text string to search” directory-path OR grep [option] ...
- 4. Command Line Reference
- This is a linux command line reference for common operations. Examples marked with • are valid/safe to paste without modification into a terminal, so you may want to keep a terminal window open while ...
- 5. Tar Commands
- ... t0 panda Archive the files in the panda directory to the tape drive. The /dev/fd0 entry is Linux-ese for "floppy drive zero" (your A drive under DOS), and /dev/rmt0 means "removable media tape zero," or ...