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  • I'm going to go out a limb here and take it that you're looking for a list of terminal commands for linux? If so, check out these following links:

    http://www.brighthub.com/computing/linux/articles/8729.aspx

    http://ss64.com/bash/

    http://ubuntulinuxhelp.com/friday-fun-useful-linux-terminal-commands-for-new-users/

    Have fun!

    Answered by euantor
    4 years ago
    0 1
  • [url]http://linuxcommand.org/[/url]

    That website is a great website to learn commands and how to use them.

    Hopefully that site is helpful, it sure was to me.

    Answered by jordantryon
    4 years ago
    0 0
  • I see some answers have already been posted in this section, so I'll just repeat what I've written in the other section.

    This is a link to a cheat sheet for Linux Bash commands. I have a copy hanging close by on my wall.

    http://ss64.com/bash/ (I see someone else here has found it as useful as I have)

    If you use the "search" command at the top of the Linux.com home page, it will bring you tutorials and how-to's on a wide variety of subjects all related to Linux, even the very basics. Try it out.

    Also, there is no need to ask the same question in two separate Question/Answer sections. We all see the questions when they come in, so, if you don't mind, just ask in one place. Or come over to the forums, where you can read threads where other users new to Linux have had their questions answered.

    Answered by Goineasy9
    4 years ago
    0 0
  • You can take a look at this site, it will give you a list of useful commands under linux:

    http://searchenterpriselinux.techtarget.com/generic/0,295582,sid39_gci1282259_mem1,00.html?track=NL-306&ad=764925&asrc=EM_USC_11526029&uid=9378217

    and for more information you can look at:
    http://www.linux-sxs.org/

    and if you want to see more combinations of commands take a look at
    www.commandlinefu.com

    Answered by fgaribaldi
    4 years ago
    0 0
  • Other than reading a book or website, you can always try the whole trial and error thing. Also, there's always the manual pages, and the documentation in /usr/share/docs.

    If you want a quick idea of what you can do on the CLI, open a terminal and enter the following command:

    ls -1 $(echo $PATH | sed -e 's/:/ /g') | xargs -L1 whatis 2>/dev/null | grep -v "nothing" | less

    Answered by gomer
    4 years ago
    0 0
  • if yo still want some help contact me via mail, i got the same issue myself and it's allot of reading, trying screwing everything up, and then somehow getting it to work again.
    like the another wrote here there's the cheat sheet, but there are big-time linux\unix terminal sheet's(more like a 2000 page dictionary)
    make your choice and ride the wave...
    but it's not always easy, i'm stuck with the simple commands.
    but if you want long nights of reading,it's just waiting for ya...

    Answered by scrutinizer
    4 years ago
    0 0
  • The simplest method to look up command is to use the apropos utility which searches your installed manual pages and output app names and descriptions that match the criteria.
    So if you want to find command for user administration you can run "apropos user" and you will get a list of command and what they do. To get additional information you can them option the man pages for your chosen command ,lets say useradd, by running the command "man useradd".

    Answered by mfillpot
    4 years ago
    0 0
  • I know books are old-fashioned these days, but here's one you should read:

    http://members.toast.net/art.ross/rute/index.html

    Answered by vtel57
    4 years ago
    0 0
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