Linux Commands

Hey, Linux has a pretty steep learning curve... why memorize, just use this handy reference.

Note: Many more complex ones have their own Scribbles. Generally linked to this one.

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User and Group Stuff

 

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ls (List)

Networking

Cron

Email

Auditing


tags: linux, commands, reference, cheatsheet

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  • ID: 148
    Author:
    leonard
    Date Updated:
    2022-02-03 22:04:51
    Date Created:
    2003-09-03 22:32:09

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