60 Commands of Linux : A Guide from Newbies to System Administrator

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55 Responses

  1. S.R Sharma says:

    Hi,
    Thank you so much for this nice article .Very helpful to work on Linux …

  2. Pratik Parekh says:

    Very nice articles, post and even whole web-site. I never seen any website that provide so much information on LINUX. This is BEST. Thank you TECMINT.COM. You guys are on the right way. You guys are helping so many people in the industry.
    Keep Posting..Always love to read n follow new posts of TECMINT.com

  3. Vajira says:

    Hi Avishek,

    This is a really useful article on Linux.
    Thank you very much for creating this.

    Hope you will provide an article on more advanced Linux commands.

  4. halcyon says:

    tq for a good article! really helpful for me as a beginner in Linux community

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Welcome @ halcyon, keep connected for more such post.

      • Barbara Mitchell says:

        Are there specific abbreviations to enter for the codes or should I go to shell and just type what was given and it will show me. I know cd is for change directory. I am trying to study and practice the most common used ones. I know by repetition it will become easier.

        • Ravi Saive says:

          @Barbara,
          No abbreviations, just open shell and copy/paste the commands from the article and see the results, nothing extra hard work..:)

  5. Brother, it is useful but also something like unsatisfaction i was com to check some commands. kindly send me the just some useful commands

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Dear @ Afzal
      These are the basic and most useful commands. You may follow the associated link to get more descriptive article. If you finds any missing command we haven’t covered, Poke us.

      Keep Connected, Enjoy!

      • Meraj Hussain says:

        Hello,

        Avishek Kumar first of all many many thanks to you,with outer help i can not climb on first step of linux world and i am working on Linux & Cloud.
        I always follow your post and Every post in Tecmint that keeps me always update my knowledge.
        Thanks a lot

        • Avishek Kumar says:

          Welcome @ Meraj Hussain.
          Keep connected for more such helpful writing.
          Your’s comment acknowledged, we are doing fine. Thanks!

  6. Vinoth says:

    Thanks for this Article

  7. Chirag Joshi says:

    Superb tutorial sir
    very nice add some more commands n linux tutorial in this site plzzz sir n ha thanx for sharing with us :)

  8. Khoi D. DInh says:

    Thank you.

  9. Kavitha says:

    Hi Avishek,

    Its really helped me understand in detail!! Looking forward for more posts.

    Thanks

  10. veerendra says:

    Dear Avishek,

    Its very usefull.
    Great work…

    Regards,
    Veeru.

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