10 Lesser Known Linux Commands – Part 2

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25 Responses

  1. Arun Kumar says:

    Hi Avishek..’
    18th command curl is not working for me …i just followed by ur command but is not work…

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Arun,

      What error you getting on the screen after execution of curl command? do you share with us so that we can check and get back to you with solution. Also the curl package installed on the system?

  2. Gunnar says:

    Screen is a nice tool indeed, although tmux is worth a look. The session management is far more stable imo. Thanks for showing the other commands, didn’t know all of them yet :)

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Thanks @ Gunnar, for your feedback, sure would write an article on tmux, You can also contribute an article on tmux, if you are very much familiar with the application.

      And there exists a lot of things in/about Linux, none of us know :)

  3. Unnikrishnan says:

    command is not working. In history , the command is showing with white space :) :P am in centos 6

  4. Vijay says:

    Liked column -t and pv

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