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sed and awk, they are coolest command in linux. Using them we can easily parse text files. They are rich with regex, For beginner they might sound weird, but once you know how it works, they would be part of your commonly used command in Linux.What are all the Linux commands?
LINUX COMMANDS CHEAT SHEET System dmesg => Displays bootup messages cat /proc/cpuinfo => Displays more information about CPU e.g model, model name, cores, vendor id cat /proc/meminfo => Displays more information about hardware memory e.g. Total and Free memory lshw =>Displays information about system’s hardware configurationWhat are the most common commands used in Linux?
cat (short for concatenate) is one of the most frequently used commands in Linux. It is used to list the contents of a file on the standard output (sdout). To run this command, type cat followed by the file’s name and its extension. For instance: cat file.txt. Use the cp command to copy files from the current directory to a different directory.How to use find and locate commands in Linux?
Use the 'find' Command to Locate a File in Linux. The command used to search for files is called find . The basic syntax of the find command is as follows: find filename. The currently active path marks the search location, by default. To search the entire drive, type the following: find / filename. If, however, you want to search the folder ...