There are a lot of things you can do from the Command line. Correction. There are a lot of things you can only do from a command line. My main system is a MacBook Pro which supports all of the above commands; because it’s UNIX. Linux isn’t different. My second laptop runs Arch Linux with XFCE and Deepin. My hosting server is the cutting edge Fedora which I tinker around with everyday. So even I can’t remember how much I know Linux. But suffice it to say, these commands are the stepping stone to getting familiar with Linux. Login to a remote system via ssh ssh [email protected] -i full-path-to-ssh-privatekey-including-file-name Clear the terminal clear Show current directory pwd List files in the current directory ls -al Navigate to another directory or folder cd foldername Navigate to the parent directory or folder cd .. Moving and renaming files mv file destination Example: […] [Click to read the full article »]
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