10 Lesser Known Effective Linux Commands – Part IV

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9 Responses

  1. Chris says:

    34. getconf LONG_BIT

    This produces no output on my system.

  2. quydo says:

    Hi tecmint team

    I think you should post commands which used frequently in daily work :D

    For example command number 37 :D

    Thanks for your useful tutorial ^_^

  3. saurabh singh says:

    the linux command to reset your password for the currently logged user. plz tell me….

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Run the ‘passwd username’ to command to reset current logged in user. Make sure you must be root user to perform such command.

  4. sam says:

    Great List, Thanks.

  5. rizin says:

    “job” command is not working in Centos-6.4, Any idea ?

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