Most Useful Linux Commands

Today’s *nix systems usually comes with a nice enough UI to handle things like copy/paste, find, find in files, directory space usage etc. however, there are times when you need to stay at the command prompt or shell. Remembering the commands with pipes and forks can be daunting – and very frustrating. Below is a raw list of the top commands used by me when using shell into my Linode accounts. Use your own good judgment when running these. Run as root or use “sudo” before all the commands below.

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