10 Lesser Known Linux Commands – Part 2

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Avishek Kumar

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23 Responses

  1. 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 :)

  2. Unnikrishnan says:

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

  3. Vijay says:

    Liked column -t and pv

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