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Hello. I'm just wondering but can some one either post in here or a site that has a list of linux commands. Like ones like who am i or uptime ...
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    List of linux commands.


    Hello. I'm just wondering but can some one either post in here or a site that has a list of linux commands. Like ones like who am i or uptime or fdisk -l or ones that show you your hardware.

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    Linux Commands

    These people have some tutorials on beginning Linux commands:

    http://www.reallylinux.com/

    They also have tutorials on a number of newbie topics.

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    515 commands ought to be enough.

    That's from O'Reilly & Associates. They also publish a great little (US$10) book called Linux Pocket Guide that has all of the most used commands and their most used switched, all organized functionally, instead of the more usual, but less handy alphabetical order. It's a good investment if you want to learn Linux.
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    check your bin folders for a list of commands. also try hitting TAB while ur in a shell (if i rememebr correctly). ps -aux gives a list of running commands. these commands arent explained, but u can use man pages for interesting-looking commands.

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